The Denver Integrated Spine Center offers advanced specialized treatments for a variety of health concerns. Meet the team whose goal is to alleviate acute or chronic physical pain, and enable you to resume a healthy and normal productive life.
We utilize diagnostic techniques to locate the source of the problem and utilize cutting-edge treatment modalities to provide effective relief of the symptoms. Our methods of treatment include medication, acupuncture, rehabilitation, injections, decompression, and chiropractic care. In many cases, our comprehensive treatment will eliminate the need for surgeries or more invasive therapies. Contact us to learn more about your condition & available treatment options.
Lee Moorer, MD, FACEP – Auto Injury Specialist
- Doctor of Medicine – University of Kentucky College of Medicine
- Emergency Medicine Residency Program
- University of Chicago – The Pritzker School of Medicine
- Bachelor of Science – Miami University
- Emergency Physician – University of Colorado Health
Dr. Lee Moorer brings a wealth of experience to Denver Integrated Spine Center. His training as an emergency room physician has given him a depth of experience in dealing with a variety of auto accident related injuries. He works with car accident injury victims not only in the emergency department, but also as a general physician. In the office he specializes in the management and treatment of auto accident patients. He ensures that his patients are getting the best care possible from the multiple disciplines that handle auto injuries.
He helps coordinate all care from start to finish for an auto injury case. He is the manager and head doctor of the auto case. He has a vast network of specialists, including; physiatrists, orthopedists, neurologists, neuropsychologists, and just about any other specialty. Most car accident injuries produce a variety of injuries and thus the need for multiple specialists. Dr. Moorer fills the role of a treating provider, but also as a case manager and contact person for all of the different doctors involved. This dramatically improves case outcomes.
He works intimately with the chiropractors, physical therapists, and massage therapists at Denver Integrated Spine Center. Dr. Moorer works side by side with these providers. This “all in one location” not only makes it convenient for patients, but it also enables constant communication on the progress of the patients. It is this communication between all of the providers that allows high quality patient care in conjunction with providing a very detailed and well documented case for the legal aspect of an auto injury.
When Dr. Moorer is not treating car accident patients, you can find him on the mats, practicing his jiu jitsu. He also enjoys traveling, snorkeling, and spending time with his family.
Dr. Dan Hartman PT, DPT, OCS
Dr Hartman has dedicated his career to helping people overcome various physical limitations. He received his Physical Therapy degree from the University of Alabama in 1999, and later his Doctorate degree from the University of Colorado, Denver. Clinically, his experience is widespread with a special interest in musculoskeletal pathology and trauma related disorders. He is credentialed as an Orthopaedic Certified Specialist (OCS) through the American Physical Therapy Association (ABPTS). He enjoys the opportunity and privilege to help people reach their personal potential!
Dr. Michael Schnider D.C., CCWP
Dr. Michael is a 2009 graduate of Logan College of Chiropractic. The doctor’s goal is to provide comprehensive, conservative care to the city of Denver. Comprehensive conservative care is the treatment of injuries, ailments and disease by utilizing an integrated model. This evidence based model of care blends the talents of different specialists in achieving high quality, affordable patient care. Dr. Michael is a Chiropractic & Wellness Expert who focuses on restoring the body to health by creating balance in the spine and nervous system. His training has included soft tissue injuries, sports injuries, and functional movement biomechanics; all of which focus on identifying the condition and applying the proper treatment. On a personal note, the doctor is an avid runner and an aspiring triathlete with a goal of completing the Hawaii Ironman Triathlon within the next several years.
Brent Turner, MMHs, PA-C, MS, ATC
- Physician Assistant and Certified Athletic Trainer
- Masters of Medical and Health Sciences
- Emory University School of Medicine; Atlanta, Georgia
- Masters of Science in Exercise and Sport Science
University of Oregon; Eugene, Oregon
- Bachelors of Science Kinesiology
University of Colorado; Boulder, Colorado
Brent is a Colorado native being born in Durango, leaving for some time and since returning for good. His medical career began as a Student Athletic Trainer for the University of Colorado in 1989. After graduating Brent spent four years working in outpatient Physical Therapy. He subsequently completed an internship at the Northwestern University Sports Medicine Department. Afterwards, Brent then worked as a Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer for the University of Oregon Athletic Medicine Department, while studying for his Masters degree. Upon completion of the program, Brent was accepted into the Emory University School of Medicine, Physician Assistant Program. During his schooling, he was awarded the Rocky Mountain Spine Fellowship and spent a summer studying at the Steadman-Hawkins Clinic in Vail, CO, learning about surgical and non-surgical neck and back conditions.
Brent’s first job as a Physician Assistant was in the Emergency Department at St. Anthony’s Hospital. He then transitioned into Urgent Care medicine and since 2006 has been in Auto Injury Medicine working and learning under Dr. Lee Moorer.
Brent also volunteers for medical mission trips and has been team leader for trips to Panama, Nicaragua and Haiti. In his free time, Brent enjoys traveling, skiing, biking, hiking, spending time with his fiancé and has recently started an Integrative Medicine practice.