CONNECT WITH OUR LOCAL MS SUPPORT GROUP
Roaring Fork Valley MS Support Group
Contact: Ann Merz, group organizer
970-945-1095 or email@example.com
Meets the 2nd Thursday of each month at 5pm - GWS Community Center
ROARING FORK NEUROLOGY MS PARTNERS
After receiving this award, we spend some time thinking about who our partners are in our community as we take care of individuals with MS. See below for a list of resources in the Roaring Fork Valley providing excellent and unique care!
National MS Society
Faith Lipori (E-RYT 500, IAYT – International Association of Yoga Therapists, ParaYoga Level 2 certified teacher)
TAC FITNESS in Basalt - Tuesday Yoga Class from 12:30-1:30
Elizabeth Ward, Active Life Massage
Roaring Fork Physical Therapy
1450 East Valley Road #203, Basalt, CO 81621
Aspen Valley Hospital, Rehab Dept.
0401 Castle Creek Road, Aspen, CO 81611
Valley View Hospital, Rehab Dept.
1906 Blake Avenue, Glenwood Springs, CO 81601
Aspen Hope Center
303 Aspen ABC, Aspen, CO 81611
Aspen Strong Foundation
Colorado Community Acupuncture
1101 Village Road, Suite UL-4D, Carbondale, CO
Dr. Anders Beier
381 Southside Drive, Basalt, CO 81621
Aspen Pointe Telehealth
Basalt neurologist receives National MS Society’s MS Partner in Care designation
Aspen Daily News BUSINESS BRIEFS
November 3, 2014
Dr. Alison “Brooke” Allen, neurologist and owner of Roaring Fork Neurology, PC and Mountain Neurological Research Center in Basalt has been designated a Partner in MS Care- Neurologic Care by the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. This designation recognizes exceptional commitment to MS patient care and the need for patients to have access to a neurologist with current knowledge and experience treating MS. Allen is the first physician in the Colorado-Wyoming Chapter area to attain this recognition and is the Society’s first Partner in MS Care on the Western Slope.
Program partners include health care professionals in the areas of neurology, mental heath and rehabilitation, in addition to health centers that provide multi-disciplinary health care. Partners have demonstrated knowledge and experience in MS care and have a special interest in treating people living with this disease that attacks the central nervous system, impacting vision, cognition and mobility, depending on where the nerve damage occurs.
“Dr. Allen looks at all issues, such as general health, chronic MS symptoms, fatigue, pain and cognition, and will make referrals to the Chapter to ensure that the patient receives the help and resources needed in areas such as financial counseling, education, and connections to additional community services,” said Colorado-Wyoming Chapter President Carrie Nolan. “Having her expertise available to patients in Basalt and surrounding communities, and on the Western Slope is an invaluable asset.”
Allen opened her neurology practice in 2010 and has partnered with allied professionals including a nutritionist, physical therapist and a local mental health specialist to address the complex and diverse needs of MS patients.
For information on MS and Chapter resources and programs, visit www.cureMSco-wy.org.
Want to learn more about Clinical Research Trials?
We have several clinical research trials available for patients with the following conditions:
Relapsing Remitting Multiple Sclerosis
Secondary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis
Individuals at risk for Alzheimer's Disease
Please contact our Clinical Research Coordinator, Rosie Aguilar, at 970-927-1141, to learn more about our clinical research trials and see if you might qualify.
Dr. Allen also hosts seminars to explain ongoing local clinical neurology research twice yearly. You may sign up for invitations to those receptions by sending a message to
Rosie running the Aspen Town-N-Trail 10K for raise money for the MS Society!