Heather Tribble, FNP, BC
Heather Tribble, FNP, BC is a board-certified Family Nurse Practitioner. She has more than 12 years of experience as a nurse working in Emergency medicine, Neurosurgery, and wound care. She is a certified BioTe practitioner for bio-identical hormone replacement. She is certified through the Cellular Medicine Association for the Vampire Facelift, Vampire Facial, Vampire Breast lift, PRP hair restoration, O-Shot and P-Shot . She has been trained and certified to administer both Botox and fillers. Heather has been through training and earned certification in ultrasound guided injections.
Heather Tribble went to undergraduate school at Texas Woman’s University where she graduated Magna Cum Laude with her bachelors of science in nursing. She then went on to work in the Parkland County Hospital Emergency Room in Dallas, TX. Heather completed her Masters of Science in Nursing from Belmont University in 2013. She is board certified by the ANCC as a Family Nurse Practitioner and worked in Neurosurgery at Methodist Hospital of Dallas for 5 years. While working in Neurosurgery she received post graduate certification as a surgical first assistant from the National Institute of First Assist.
About Regenerative Medicine of the Rockies
At Regenerative Medicine of the Rockies, we take a whole-person approach to your health needs. We are a fully integrative medical clinic that welcomes new patients of every age from Highlands Ranch and the surrounding areas.
Patients often find the help they need at the clinic, even if they’ve had unsuccessful treatments in the past. As one of the leading functional and regenerative medicine clinics in Colorado, the caring team at Regenerative Medicine of the Rockies is dedicated to finding pain relief and treatment options for all of their patients, no matter the diagnosis.
Regenerative Medicine of the Rockies uses the latest cutting-edge, regenerative forms of medicine and treatment techniques to help patients of all ages feel their best, regain mobility, and live life without debilitating pain.
The overarching philosophy at Regenerative Medicine of the Rockies is one that initially addresses reducing pain and discomfort by getting symptoms under control. Once symptoms are under control, the regenerative medicine specialists evaluate muscle strength in the treatment area. Based on individual patient needs, the team creates and implements a strengthening and stretching program that functions to prevent symptoms from recurring.