FREE Online CME entitled "Sublingual Immunotherapy - Prime Time for Primary Care" is available to physicians at www.PrimaryCareAllergy.com/cme Scott Rollins, MD Bio Dr. Scott Rollins graduated from the University of Kansas School of Medicine then finished his residency training in Family Practice at St. Mary's Hospital in Grand Junction. He opened his private practice in Collbran, CO in 1994. Since then he and his partner have managed a full service family practice clinic and provided 24 hr/day emergency coverage. Dr. Rollins is Board Certified with the American Board of Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine. He founded AdvantAge Integrative Medicine in 2006 and the Integrative Medicine Center of Western Colorado in 2008 which is located in the nearby city of Grand Junction, CO. Dr. Rollins is Board Certified with the American Board of Family Medicine and Dr. Rollins is also a member of the American College for the Advancement of Medicine (ACAM) and is certified in Chelation Therapy by ACAM. In 2004 Dr. Rollins was chosen for "Colorado Family Physician of the Year". This prestigious award is given annually to only one of over 1800 family physicians. Dr. Rollins has extensive background in Occupational Medicine, caring for work related injuries. He has been certified in Advanced Cardiac Life Support and Advanced Trauma Life Support. Dr. Rollins serves as Medical Director for Hospice and Palliative Care of Western Colorado in Plateau Valley and Debeque. He also hosts medical students at his practice in Collbran several months each year and also teaches several days each month at St. Mary's Family Practice program in Grand Junction. Scott, his wife, and two boys live in Plateau Valley, on the Grand Mesa, and especially enjoy the outdoors, camping and fishing, skiing and hiking. They are shooting enthusiasts and are active in karate. He is from the Ozark Mountains of Missouri and as a kid he grew up tagging along with his father, a veterinarian, and acquired an interest in science and medicine. He is also an avid musician playing guitar and piano.
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Matt suffered from allergies all of his life. As a small child he would have allergy attacks so bad that the only thing that would help a little was a dose of medication and trying to go to sleep. Matt's allergies were severe 9 months out of the year. The only relief he had was Dec.- Feb. but then it was too cold to really enjoy outdoors. Even though Matt loved being outdoors he dreaded the spring and summertime because of his allergies. He used to have to mow the lawn with a bandana on his face and then would still have an allergy attack that would ruin his day. Matt also loves animals, especially dogs, but he would have an allergy attack even when he pet his dogs. When he started using the Sublingual Immunotherapy (Allergy Drops) he noticed within the first 30 days a decrease in his allergies and they were pretty much gone within a few months. This year Matt was able to go outdoors, camp, hike, and do all the things he enjoys. Matt says that being able to go outside and exercise has actually helped in his overall health and happiness. For information on how your Primary Care physician can order Allergy Drops for you go to www.PrimaryCareAllergy.com
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