At Integrated Health Center of the Rockies (IHCR) we understand what patients are going through as they attempt to heal from complex health problems while trying to navigate through a broken healthcare system that at times creates more problems than it fixes.
Today’s patient requires hope, optimism, and a clear path as they work to recover their health and return to normal function.
Therefore, our health should be our #1 priority.
For someone who is experiencing the challenges that come with being sick, this can feel like an overwhelming ideal. However, in our experience moving yourself and your health to the top of your to-do-list is very powerful and is often the catalyst to creating a transformational life-experience.
Our Ideal Patient
This admissions process is first focused on whether the prospective patient has a condition we can successfully treat. Next, we focus on whether they possess qualities that would make them a good overall fit. Some of those qualities include health being the #1 priority, being motivated to get better, having a great support system, and a pleasant and optimistic attitude.
Discover if You’re a Good Candidate
Meet our Clinical Team
Dr. Heather Stone, DC
Throughout her career she has been instrumental in showing tens of thousands of patients how to reverse long-standing health problems. She focuses on type 2 diabetes, hypothyroidism, and cognitive decline. The success of her patients is frankly astounding!
She is famous for her easy going, infectious and southern-charm bedside manner. If you spend any time in her office, it won’t take long before you hear her giggling and laughing with patients that ultimately become part of her family.
When she is not working she is reading, meditating, cooking, going to great restaurants, and traveling the world. She is a mother to her two sons, Cam and Cannon, as well as two dogs Emma and Bella.
Dr. Heather Stone, DC
Dr. Tina Hashtroudilar, DC
Dr. Tina Hashtroudilar, DC graduated from National University of Health Sciences in Illinois. She completed her undergraduate studies at George Mason University in Virginia, where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Biology and Bachelor of Arts in Biochemistry.
Dr. Tina has extensive post-doctorate education, training, and experience in Functional Medicine and Clinical Nutrition. She’s an avid proponent of functional medicine and has a passion for inspiring patients through education.
Dr. Tina focuses on reversing type 2 diabetes and helping women overcome the symptoms of low thyroid. She continues to stay current and on the cutting edge by relentlessly taking post-graduate courses in various topics related to Functional Medicine and Clinical Nutrition.
When she’s not helping patients onto the path to reversing their chronic disease, you can find Dr. Tina practicing meditation, dancing and cooking for family and friends.