Dr. David Amli of Integrative Medicine recently received the National Service Medal for his work in Antarctica. It was dated 2010 for work he did in 2007-08 but still “it was nice to be recognized,” he says.
Shortly after his work in Antarctica he returned to Denver. Next came a new health care model, a new partner Dr. David Gordon MD, and a new practice: Integrative Medicine of Cherry Creek. Originally located in Cherry Creek, Integrative Medicine will soon celebrate the one year anniversary at their new location in Glendale.
Integrative Medicine offers, primary care, and Internal Medicine with Chiropractic, Acupuncture, Physiotherapy, Weight Management, Wellness Counseling, and Massage. Both Dr. Amli DC and Dr. Gordon MD strive to provide extraordinary health care emphasizing quality of care and education.
Dr. Chris Bantock DC recently joined the practice and he along with Weight Managment Specialist Arlene Perry and Wellness Counselor Catherine Hupp round out a staff of experts ready to personalize your Integrative Medicine experience and according to Amli, “Empower you to achieve all of your health and wellness goals.”
In addition to his practice at Integrative Medicine, Dr. Amli also treats horses and dogs. The technique is called Veterinarian Orthopedic Manipulation (VOM) and has gained much attention for its positive results. “We always prefer to work with your Vet to seek expertise on any conditions at hand,” says Amli.
As a member of the Greater Glendale Chamber, the staff at Integrative Medicine loves participating in community projects. We have several goals at Integrative Medicine, says Amli, including “engaging the community and offering education on many health care issues.” He continues, “Our goal is extraordinary patient care and ease of access.”
Making an appointment is as easy as visiting the Integrative Medicine website at www.intmedcc.com or calling the office directly at 303-619-9303.
Excerpted from an article originally published in The Glendale Cherry Creek Chronicle.