Meet Our Providers

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Brent Jaster, MD, FAAFP

Brent Jaster MD, graduated from Dartmouth Medical School, and enjoys helping others, particularly men, achieve emotional, mental, and physical health. Personal growth/spiritual health, however defined, are foundational to his approach to holistic health.

Dr. Jaster believes passionately in the power of entheogenic medicine (to induce a non-ordinary state of consciousness), neurofeedback, sound as therapy, and that which helps resolve past trauma/unhealthy patterns through enhanced neuroplasticity (changeable brains). We all have some trauma, and getting to the root of a problem brings true resolution.


Brent uses lifestyle medicine, integrative holistic medicine, an open-mind, and creativity to help people help themselves. He is a facilitator of health on your individual path. Focus areas include mental and emotional wellness, sleep, sinus

health and environmental allergies, eczema, and helping people understand the link between mental wellness and physical symptoms.

Brent’s appreciation for diversity, inclusion, culture and equity emerged in 9th grade (SF Bay Area), meeting profound strangers (of color) during his travels and hanging out with his dad’s pro baseball teams for many months of his life. Immense personal growth comes from his children and interpersonal relationships. Influential moments in life include: a semester abroad in Melbourne, Australia; a 200-hour yoga teacher training; 6 weeks of volunteering on Patch Adams’s land in WV; and trainings in Entheogenic (Psychedelic) Medicine. While recreational psychedelic drug use has a social stigma, there is a good amount of published research that justifies the use of chemicals, often from plants, that change perception, mood and cognitive processes that do not serve an individual.

Ketamine is a legal, and commonly used anesthetic, while clinical trials are underway that point to legalization of mdma and psilocybin for therapeutic use of conditions like: suicide risk, treatment resistant depression, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and others. Stay tuned for more information to be posted here.

We believe Black Lives Matter, create a safe space for LGBTQIA+, endeavor to research/provide access to life-changing services and utilize the power of community/group process.

 

My Medical training and career highlights include:

  • Coordinating a clinical trial, published in Diabetes Care, that compared a vegan diet and an American Diabetes Association diet. Guess which was superior?

  • Co-authoring 2 editions of the Nutrition Guide for Clinicians. Access the free on-line version at NutritionMD.org

  • Board Certifications: Integrative Holistic Medicine and Family Medicine

  • Nationally-recognized expertise as a speaker and consultant for Shared Medical Appointment implementation.

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Kaylee Dewan, FNP-BC

Kaylee was born and raised in metro-Detroit. She earned her Bachelor of Science from Grand Valley State University and Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Michigan State University. She received her Master of Science in Nursing at the University of Michigan. She is currently enrolled in the ADAPT Practitioner Program through the Kresser Institute to broaden her knowledge of functional medicine. After living in Michigan her entire life, she recently moved to beautiful Colorado with her husband Jack and aussiedoodle Zuma to start a new adventure. She believes nature is medicine and when she’s not working, you can find her outside hiking, camping, traveling, or snowboarding.

After working several years in both the hospital and outpatient facilities, Kaylee has seen the damaging effects of chronic disease and patients who desire more from their health care provider. She believes that each patient has their own story. Please join her in a partnership to help you achieve optimal wellness!

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Robin Kelly, PA-C

 

Robin is a board-certified Physician Assistant with over 10 years of clinical experience.  Her growing desire to connect more holistically to patients has led her to adopt an integrative approach to caring for patients. It is her belief that we must investigate all aspects of ourselves in order to achieve our highest potential of physical and emotional well-being.

After completing an undergraduate degree in Spanish and International Relations at Colorado State University (and University of Sevilla, Spain), she volunteered in Paraguay, Peru, and Costa Rica. Upon a life-changing year abroad, she relocated back to the States to continue her education.  She received a Masters of Health Services  - P.A. degree from the University of California Davis. 

Raised in northern California, but a Colorado native, she is happy to once again call Colorado home. Her life is made abundant by sharing the joys and life's journey with family and friends. She also enjoys laughing with her nieces, endurance trail running, traveling, meditating, fostering dogs, and dancing to great music.

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Rosemarie Schild

 

My passion has always been helping people attain optimum health in body, mind and/or spirit. I was a Physician Assistant for almost 20 years, and I focused on each patient’s uniqueness to encourage this journey. In my new role as a health coach/educator and neurofeedback specialist, I have that approach as well. I educate, guide and support patients in their quest for excellent health and healing and optimal performance. Whether physical, mental or emotional, we create a partnership that identifies obstacles, and sets goals to achieve breakthroughs and reach true balance in your life.

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