Passions: Wellness, The Great Outdoors, Transformation
Goals: Well-being for all, transformation for all who are interested
Pillars of Health:
• Relationships—with self, others, creator
• Health—mental, emotional, physical, spiritual
Techniques I use: Mind-Body Medicine, positivity, character strengths, life skills, medical and nursing training, functional medicine, food as medicine, quantum mechanics.
Ms. Radcliffe runs 5 day retreats throughout the year. Locations and outdoor excursions change depending on the time of year. All retreats teach mind-body skills, values, character strengths, positivity, and focus on self love, self awareness and self care. Retreats at Carly’s Place also include cooking, food as medicine and sleeping outdoors.
When not coaching or teaching, Bronwyn, husband Reed and dog Carly spend time outside; biking, skiing, hiking, or backpacking. Bronwyn enjoys creative sewing, adventure cooking, traveling, researching and writing. Bronwyn is the proud mother of four lovely, self sufficient, grown children who are now having children and leading healthy, productive lives.
Dr. Mulkey received her doctorate from Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine in Arizona in 2004. Before this, she received her AS in Radiology & Nuclear Medicine and MS in Biology and Health Care Management, working in conventional hospitals for 10 years prior to naturopathic school and clinical practice.
Dr. Mulkey’s specialty is in integrative & naturopathic oncology and clinical applications for cancer of IV nutritional therapies, including IV mistletoe therapy and IV High-Dose Vitamin C. In 2016, as one of the leading authorities on IV mistletoe therapy applications, Dr. Mulkey was invited to be a key speaker at the International Mistletoe Symposium.
Molly graduated from CSTCM in the spring of 2015 with her Masters of Science in Traditional Chinese Medicine. She is a licensed acupuncturist and Chinese herbalist in the state of Colorado, and is a member of the Acupuncture Association of Colorado and the American Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine.
Molly works extensively with Chinese herbal medicine in conjunction with acupuncture as an integral part of her individualized care of patients. She has found herbal medicine, when appropriate, to be critical to the expedited recovery in cases of chronic headaches, chronic digestive complaints, multiple sclerosis, menstruation issues, sleep problems and for post chemo-therapy nourishment. Molly also utilizes cupping, gua sha, tui na (Chinese massage) and moxibustion.
Dietary supplements are concentrated versions or specific blends of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, herbs, or other plants. The supplements we recommend to you address underlying imbalances, and are specifically chosen because they are of high-quality and will not interfere with your conventional treatments.
IV Therapy is designed based upon your specific bioindividual terrain. IV Therapy may be either mistletoe IV therapy, High-dose Vitamin C IV therapy, or other nutritional therapeutic agents.
Nutrition therapy can enhance your conventional treatments and reduce side-effects by using specific therapeutic foods. Nutrition therapy is informed by your personal health history, diet diary, and laboratory testing, such as blood, hormone, genetic, or microbiome results, all to create a personalized, therapeutic dietary protocol for you. We integrate specialty diets as needed for our clients, including the ketogenic diet and intermittent fasting, and help our clients integrate powerful anti-cancer foods into their daily lives.
Patients with cancer use acupuncture to control pain and reduce chemotherapeutic and radiation side-effects, like relieving nausea and vomiting, dry mouth, hot flashes, neuropathy, anxiety, fatigue, depression, and sleeping problems.
Acupuncture may also boost the immune system to enhance the efficacy of the IV nutritional therapy that we administer.
Hydrotherapy stimulates healing by causing changes in circulation (through vasoconstriction and vasodilation) to the internal organs.
Hydrotherapy increases lymphatic movement & drainage, improving detoxification pathways, while simultaneously mobilizing therapeutic agents, like IV nutritional therapy, to cancering tissues.
STEP 1: Schedule a 15 min. Meet & Greet with Dr. Stacy Mulkey, RND
Schedule a 15 minute free "meet and greet" phone consult so you can understand what our approach is and how we would treat YOU as you. Call 970-247-2043 to schedule or email us at email@example.com.
STEP 2: Submit the following 2 business days before your Meet & Greet
2 days or more prior to your visit we need to have:
A completed diet diary (write out 3 to 5 days of foods you eat, snacks, how much water you drink)
A completed stress diary (list any significant stressful events in the past month with dates)
Your initial pathology report and/or surgical report
Your most recent lab work from the last 3 months
A brief timeline/medical history about your journey through everything since diagnosis.
A completed gratitude diary (list all the moments, people, things that you are grateful for)
Email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
or Fax to: 970-462-9595
This all helps the doctor understand your story so she can use the 15 minutes to discuss her approach for you so you can decide if you feel it is the right fit.
Please call us if you have any questions. We look forward to hearing from you!