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University of Colorado Health welcomes neurologist to Fort Collins clinic

University of Colorado Health welcomes neurologist to Fort Collins clinic

Neurologist Brian Kaiser joined University of Colorado Health Neurology July 7
Published: July 17, 2014

Dr. Kaiser treats most neurological conditions and offers advanced diagnostic and treatment technology for disorders of the nervous system, including strokes and neuromuscular diseases. He focuses on treating the whole person and helping his patients navigate their way through complex issues to get them back to good health.

“I enjoy having the opportunity to get to know my patients and their families more intimately and impact their lives in a positive way,” said Kaiser. “I’m passionate about finding answers and working with my patients to best meet their individual needs.”

Dr. Kaiser joins the team of board-certified neurologists Gerald McIntosh, Sheri Friedman, Lawrence Meredith, Jeffery Siegel and Scott Strader. They serve patients in northern Colorado and southern Wyoming. Dr. Kaiser will care for patients at the Fort Collins clinic, 1106 E. Prospect Road, Suite 100.

Before joining UCHealth, Dr. Kaiser completed his residency at the University of California, Irvine and earned his medical degree from Michigan State University. He also served as a flight surgeon for the United States Air Force from 2008 to 2011. For more information about the clinic or Dr. Kaiser, visit uchealth.org or call 970.482.4373.

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