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Julie McCallen MD

Julie McCallen MD
position: President of Cenegenics Denver

Dr. Julie McCallen is the President of Cenegenics Denver. She is board-certified in Family Medicine, a member of the Endocrine Society, the International Hormone Society, American Academy of Family Physicians, and the Age Management Medicine Group.

After earning an undergraduate degree in Biochemistry from Cornell University, Dr. McCallen received her MD from the University of Pittsburgh School Of Medicine in 1990. She completed her residency in Family Medicine at the University of Wyoming-Casper in 1993, and served as a civilian physician with the Air Force in Emergency Medicine for 3 years.

From 1996 to 2009 Dr. Julie McCallen’s solo rural family practice in southwestern Colorado focused on wellness and corrective hormone therapy. In 2005 she joined Cenegenics Medical Institute, moving to Denver in 2009 to establish Cenegenics Denver. In 2013 she became part of the leadership team for Cenegenics.

Read about Dr. McCallen’s journey in her own words:

“I was fortunate to have woken up to the limitations of the disease-based American medical system in my third year of medical school, when I was seriously injured in an automobile accident. I received excellent care and support through years of reconstructive surgeries and physical therapy; however, I found that I could not return to the energy and vitality I had previously enjoyed as a runner and a cyclist. I struggled with my weight and, in spite of regular exercise, continued to lose strength and endurance. Sixteen years after the accident, in my continued search to regain optimal health, I became a Cenegenics patient, and was so impressed with the comprehensive nature of the care, that I became certified in Age Management Medicine by the Cenegenics Education and Research Foundation (CERF). Over the first year of my Cenegenics program I not only regained my strong and lean body, but the chronic pain related to my previous injuries resolved. As I saw the lives of my own patients changed by similar interventions, I realized that I could help them to be truly healthy and to remain at peak health as they grew older, rather than gradually declining in the failed disease-oriented approach of the past. After 5 years of practicing with Cenegenics part time, I closed my family medicine practice and moved to Denver to open Cenegenics Denver. Cenegenics enabled me to break free of many obstacles to good health, and one of my greatest joys is to help my patients transform their health in the same way.”