For those interested, we also offer facilitation of health, wellness, healing, through discovery of, evaluation of, exercise within the mind-body connection, to include meditative practices, journaling and visualization.
The modern era of healthcare is often fraught with time constraints, disconnections, stiff protocols, and regulatory roadblocks. Sophisticated medical advances have improved results but increased confusion, frustration and anxiety. It can feel like we’re observers or unwilling participants in our own disjointed care.
Let’s sit down and discuss how we can provide personalized guidance, advocacy, and support for your health care. We can work together on a one-time assessment, a short-term goal, or on an ongoing basis.
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Let us guide your wellness and fitness by providing:
Anthropology, exercise, medicine. Dr. Marietta has diversity of academic as well as practical experience. She received her bachelor’s degree from Bryn Mawr College, her master’s from Colorado State University, and her MD from University of Colorado Health Sciences. Along the way, she has worked for non-profits, hospitals and as an independent contractor developing fitness prescriptions for individuals and sports teams. While she enjoys bedside medicine and being involved in direct patient care, it became clear that there is a rapidly growing need for guidance and advocacy, as many are becoming lost in a rote and dismissive system focused on volumes and bottom lines.
When she is not working, Dr. Marietta enjoys active time with her family, including children and pets, reading, writing and learning the latest middle and elementary school jargon
Dr Marietta welcomes persons from all backgrounds, philosophies and perspectives.
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