Brandon M. Lundell DC, APC, DABCI, IFMCP, Dipl. Ac., NE, FAACP, CAC

About Brandon M. Lundell DC, APC, DABCI, IFMCP, Dipl. Ac., NE, FAACP, CAC

Dr. Lundell graduated cum laude from Parker University in 2004 with a Doctor of Chiropractic degree (DC). He received his B.A. from the University of Colorado, Boulder with a double major in Political Science and Classical Studies. Throughout his academic and professional career, he has demonstrated a commitment to learning and staying at the forefront of health science advancements. While in school full time obtaining his DC degree, he completed a three year diplomate in acupuncture and oriental medicine. He has also completed a Naturopathic Endocrinology certification from the National Institute of Endocrine Research and is board certified by the American Naturopathic Medical Association (ANMA) in Endocrinology. Dr. Lundell is licensed in Colorado and New Mexico where he has completed advanced practice training which allows Doctors of Chiropractic expanded scope of practice to include injectable nutrients. He has completed a 300 hr. post graduate Internist certification program through the American Board of Chiropractic Internists (DABCI) which trains and certifies chiropractors in internal disorders, diagnostics, natural medicine and alternative therapies for areas such as autoimmune diseases, pediatrics, neurology and more.

He is an assistant professor at Southern California University of Health Sciences where he developed and teaches a functional medicine program for doctorate students. He teaches several courses for the chiropractic internist program. He has completed the functional medicine certification program through the Institute of Functional Medicine (IFMCP) – the oldest and largest worldwide organization in the education and certification of functional medicine practitioners. He is a fellow of the American Academy of Chiropractic Physicians (FAACP), a select group of chiropractors who have passed additional post graduate certification in primary care.

Dr. Lundell has been practicing integrative health for over 11 years and has built a waiting-list only practice. In addition to a busy teaching schedule, he maintains a private practice in Longmont, Colorado. His focus is on integrative primary care, family practice, sports medicine and holistic functional medicine.

Dr. Lundell offers many services and treatments to address the unique needs of each patient. He treats a variety of people in his practice ranging from pediatrics to professional athletes. His holistic practice utilizes clinical laboratory testing and analysis (including blood, urine and saliva), dietary/nutritional education, chiropractic, functional endocrinology, acupuncture, eastern and western herbology, homeopathy, detoxification, visceral manipulation, pre-conception/prenatal planning, functional exercise training, tai chi and mindfulness based cognitive techniques. It is this unique and varied scope of practice which allows a more complete health picture to come into focus which can uncover the true causes of dis-ease and path to wellness. He believes that functional/integrative medicine physicians can provide a much needed service in the current health care environment by filling both a primary care/general practice void as well as offering personalized, science-based treatments which emphasize Prevention and Wellness throughout the lifespan.