Optimized Wellness & Harmonized Brain Centers
Hormone Optimization and Ozone Therapy Specialist
The expert team at Optimized Wellness helps the men and women of Centennial, Colorado, take control over their health with natural root-cause and preventive therapies. They use holistic, integrative methods to medicine as an alternative to the conventional approach: treating symptoms with medications.
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Some of the advanced, transformative treatments they offer include hormone, and ozone therapies. These therapies help restore wellness, promoting the body’s own self-regulating systems without introducing foreign substances.
The Optimized Wellness team believes in enriching the lives of each individual who walks through their door. They understand your health is complex and continuously changing, so they offer you strategies and treatments to help you maximize your wellbeing.
Amy Maron-MartinezAmy has spent over 15 years in the medical field in many disciplines from EMT to RN to NP. She has worked in multiple areas including the ER and ICU units and most recently in Neuroscience. Amy graduated with her BSN from Regis University and obtained her Masters in Nursing from Maryville University. She is board certified Nurse Practitioner through the American Association of Nurse Practitioners. During her career and education, she came to realize how many of our issues can actually be prevented because our bodies are truly amazing. By focusing on controlling what we can control, we are able to slow the breakdown of the pieces and parts of our bodies to help us live our best lives. She is a firm believer in educating our clients. It’s through the knowledge and the understanding of why we do what we are doing that allows you to form a strong connection between the procedure and the results. She will be focusing on providing hormone replacement therapy and ozone therapy to continue the work that Jordan has established at Optimized Wellness.
For more information visit www.myoptimizedwellness.com. or call 720-370-2073
Dallas and Shelly Shepard became “students of the brain” after their son, Austin, suffered an Epidural Hematoma in Jan., 2003 when he was hit in the head with a baseball at Little League practice. After an emergency left sided craniotomy, Austin remained in a coma for 2 1/2 months and after many hours of rehab at Health South in Largo, FL. Austin was sent home in a wheelchair and walker at the age of 10 in May, 2003.