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#1 of 2 Old 07-23-2012, 03:10 PM - Thread Starter
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I am in Longmont but I have a good friend in Denver who is looking for a new pediatrician. Her three month old has had all sorts of different feeding issues for the past couple months and the extreme medical model of care that they are receiving is just not working for them. So if anyone could reccommend a pediatrician who might take a more natural approach with something like this, I will pass on their info to her. She is not really a natural/crunchy mama but she is becoming more so as they battle the medical system with this. Thank you!


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I don't know anyone in Denver, but we go to Mindful Pediatrics (Dr. Roy) in Boulder. He is AWESOME! I had some issues with my LO not gaining weight, etc., and he was very helpful. He practices "integrated medicine" - blending conventional and natural/alternative approaches when appropriate.

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