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.

Dr. Allison Mulcahy in scrubs

Allison Mulcahy, MD is a Board Certified Emergency Physician. She has held academic positions with University of New Mexico and University of Utah. She is currently an Adjunct Professor of Emergency Medicine with University of Utah and University of Washington.

Dr. Mulcahy graduated from Cornell University with a Bachelor of Science in chemical and biomedical engineering. She earned her MD from University of Nevada School of Medicine in 2006 and completed her residency in Emergency Medicine at Alameda County Medical Center in Oakland, CA, where she also completed a one-year point-of-care ultrasound fellowship. Dr. Mulcahy has practiced, researched and taught medicine with various institutions throughout her career. In addition to her academic appointments, she has worked with the University of California, San Francisco, Stanford University and Harvard University. Dr. Mulcahy has worked for Médecins Sans Frontières (Doctors Without Borders), International Medical Corps and has provided disaster relief in clinical settings in Haiti, Yemen, Mali and Nepal.

In 2014, an experience as a patient changed the way she practiced medicine. As a former Division 1 athlete, and someone who loves biking, skiing and running, years of wear and tear led to chronic knee pain. An orthopedic surgeon advised Dr. Mulcahy that if she didn’t stop all weight bearing activity, she’d need a knee replacement within a decade. That prognosis was devastating. She wondered if there might be another way.

Dr. Mulcahy realized that regenerative and integrative medicine both offer effective, non-surgical treatment options . Some of the same principles that allowed Dr. Mulcahy to heal her knee–understanding the body as a system, seeking root causes rather than just treating symptoms, seeking preventative strategies, and using innovations to harness the body’s natural healing potential–can be used to effectively intervene in all kinds of injuries and illnesses.

She graduated the University of Arizona’s two-year Integrative Medicine Fellowship in February of 2020 and the Kresser Institute’s one-year Functional and Ancestral Medicine Practitioner Certification Program in November 2020. She completed a one year Genomics-Based Precision Medicine Fellowship through Wild Health in July 2021. She has honed her musculoskeletal ultrasound skills through many hands-on and cadaver courses through She has worked in Emergency Medicine since 2006 and founded Boost, a regenerative and integrative medical practice, in 2019.

Boost Staff




Emily Ledingham

Health Coach


Sabrina Plesner

Moab Nurse Manager


Mary Widener

Physician Assistant, Victor


PeeBee van den Toorn

Health Coach


Erin Allred

Victor Nurse Manager