Fred Grover Jr. MD
Well-recognized family physican of over 28 years
Dr. Grover is a well-recognized Board Certified Family Physician (FAAFP) who has been practicing medicine in Denver for 28 years. His additional board certifications in Integrative medicine (ABIHM) and Anti-Aging and Restorative Medicine (ABAARM) and expertise in Functional Medicine provide an opportunity for him to evaluate you much more broadly and with greater depth than traditional physicians.
- Integrative & Functional Medicine
- Anti-aging, Age Management & Restorative Medicine
- Bio-identical Hormone Replacement & Restoration
- Sexual Health and Wellness
- Aesthetic DermatologyBrain Health and Mind-Body Balance, Preventative Neurology
Dr.. Grover is an Assistant Clinical Professor of Family Medicine at the University of Colorado at Denver, and he also teaches resident and medical students about Integrative Medicine via lectures at the University of Colorado. It is no surprise that he is listed as one of the few 5-star family doctors in Denver Magazine as he has completed additional Board Certifications in Anti-Aging Medicine and Integrative Holistic Medicine which gives him the skills for integrating cutting-edge modern medicine and complementary (alternative) therapies into patient care.
In addition to his accomplished academic profile, Dr. Grover has published two books: “Spiritual Genomics” and Awakening Gaia. Both can be found on Amazon, Tattered Cover, Barnes and Nobles, and Boulder book store. These books discuss the history and integration of using many unique modalities to optimize your DNA via the epigenetic process of incorporating mindfulness, sound therapy, nature and more.
Dr. Grover volunteers his time researching innovative therapies for traumatic brain injuries. He actually co-authored a paper demonstrating the benefits of Transcranial NIR LED therapy for TBI. Research participants were wounded veterans, and the study was funded by the non-profit Tug McGraw foundation and was published in the Journal of photomedicine and Laser therapy. He is studying this NIR light therapy application for mild cognitive impairment and neurodegenerative disorders, and is involved in ongoing research with sound therapy. He served on the board of Health Team Works board for almost a decade (formerly the Colorado Clinical Guidelines Collaborative), assisting them with innovative ideas in improving health care for Coloradans. Dr. Grover also enjoys volunteering his time internationally by doing periodic medical volunteer work in Nepal since 1996.
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