The focus of all our treatments is to boost your body to heal faster than it can on its own, allowing you to get back out there doing what you love sooner.
Allison Mulcahy, MD is a Board Certified Emergency Physician and currently practices in Alaska, Wyoming and Utah. She has held academic positions with University of New Mexico and University of Utah and is currently an Adjunct Professor of Emergency Medicine with University of Utah and University of Washington.
Dr. Mulcahy was a three season Division I athlete at Cornell University and has been an avid backcountry skier and mountain biker for over two decades. She has always been interested in optimizing health and performance and applied to both naturopathic and conventional medical schools before ultimately choosing the conventional route. The wear and tear on her body from sports and years of shift work led her to discover the powers of regenerative and integrative medicine initially as a patient in 2016. Since then, she has been traveling around the world learning the cutting edge techniques that have helped her. She is excited to be able to use an integrative approach and regenerative medicine to help people get back to doing what they love to do and help boost performance.
She has worked and taught all around the world and has volunteered in many different countries for organizations such as Doctors without Borders and International Medical Corps. She studied chemical and biomedical engineering at Cornell University and moved out to Wyoming after graduating to play in the mountains for a few years. She received her doctorate from University of Nevada School of Medicine and completed her residency in Emergency Medicine at Alameda County Medical Center in Oakland, CA, where she also completed a year-long point-of-care ultrasound fellowship. She will complete a two-year fellowship in Integrative Medicine with the University of Arizona in February 2020. She is also enrolled in the one-year ADAPT functional and ancestral medicine practitioner certification program through the Kresser Institute. She has worked in Emergency Medicine since 2006 and founded Boost in 2018.