Dr. Dilaawar (Danny) Mistry, MD, MS, ATC, is Board Certified in Internal Medicine, a Certified Athletic Trainer, and has a Master of Science degree in Exercise Science. Dr. Mistry provides comprehensive, evidence-based, primary and sports medicine care for recreational and elite athletes, including a focus on integrative management of concussion and traumatic brain injury. His goal is to promote preventative health and wellness programs and to develop community educational programs to enhance health and athletic performance.
He is a National Team Physician for USA Swimming, Chair of the Concussion Task Force for USA Swimming, is a Board Member of the Colorado MINDSOURCE Brain Injury Network, and past Chair of the Concussion Task Force in Grand Junction, Colorado. As part of his passion for teaching locally and nationwide, he also teaches Sports Medicine to the residents at the Family Medicine Department, UC Health, Fort Collins.
Nicole Crawford, Ph.D. is a licensed psychologist and school psychologist. Nicole has nearly 20 years of experience in the schools and with the Colorado Department of Education completing neuroeducation assessments, supporting school staff and working with children who have a variety of learning and social needs. Nicole provides evaluations for the identification of learning, attention and behavioral disorders as well as autism spectrum disorder, brain injuries or other neurocognitive influences on the brain. Nicole understands the importance of a thorough assessment that provides an understanding of underlying cognitive needs to help guide in intervention planning. https://www.neuroedassessment.com
Karen McAvoy is dually credentialed as a clinical psychologist and school psychologist. She practiced in Cherry Creek School District for 20 years. Karen was the school psychologist at Grandview High School when Jake Snakenberg passed away from “second impact syndrome”. As a result, she authored R*E*A*P – a community-based Interdisciplinary Team approach to concussion management used in many Colorado school districts and customized for 10+ states (www.REAPconcussion.com).
After directing the Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children Center for Concussion for 7 ½ years, Karen moved to Ft Collins where she privately consults with school districts to manage the Return to Learn (RTL) components of concussion management using the www.GetSchooledOnConcussions.com materials. She also continues to be a brain injury consultant for the Colorado Department of Education.
Dr McAvoy and Dr Mistry work closely together at the Aasha Brain Clinic to provide comprehensive treatment for adults and students with acute concussion.
Colorado In Motion is a multi-specialty physical therapy, occupational therapy, and industrial wellness health care partner in northern Colorado. The team of specialists have advanced training in postconcussion and whiplash associated disorders including vestibular rehabilitation, cervicogenic headaches, balance disorders, and persistent pain. The therapists are dedicated to providing valuable hands-on care that focuses on the unique needs of each patient and delivered in a caring supportive manner.
Northern Colorado Sleep Consultants LLC
Since 2002 Northern Colorado Sleep Consultants has specialized in individualized, non-drug treatment of insomnia, sleep problems because of shift-work, nightmares and sleep problems in children. A sleep doctor can provide you with information, techniques, and coaching that focuses on your individual problems and needs that help you to solve your sleep problems to have better, healthier sleep without drugs. Have fewer and less intense nightmares and help your children improve their sleep habits. Be more alert and productive at school and work. Over 500 people of all ages have been treated.