RMCNews with Rick Mautz – Denver, Colorado … Dr. Timothy Arnott will be joining the Rocky Mountain Lifestyle Center staff in mid-July.

A board-certified family practice physician and a founding member of the American College of Lifestyle Medicine, Arnott is licensed to practice in Colorado and Wyoming and will soon be licensed in New Mexico.

With the addition of Arnott to the staff, individuals will have the option of lifestyle medicine advice from a certified physician. In-person appointments will be available as well as telemedicine appointments.

Arnott is passionate about helping individuals regain health through nutrition, exercise, and other lifestyle changes.

He obtained his medical degree at Loma Linda School of Medicine in Loma Linda, California after which he completed his residency training in family practice at Hinsdale Hospital in Illinois. During that time, he also presented health lectures in Poland, Russia, and Serbia.

Most recently, he was practicing at an Adventist clinic in Tamuning, Guam, having moved to Guam after a wildfire destroyed his home in Paradise, California.

​​Arnott’s hobbies include exploring the outdoors and writing. He authored the book Dr. Arnott’s 24 Realistic Ways to Improve Your Health which is available in both Spanish and English.

He and his wife have three daughters and the family enjoys going on mission trips together.

Rick Mautz, director of the Rocky Mountain Lifestyle Center is looking forward to working alongside Arnott. “Most of today’s chronic diseases,” says Mautz, “have lifestyle as their cause, so lifestyle is also their cure.” Let Dr. Arnott review your medical history, labs, and medication, and work with you to design a lifestyle that will bring you the health you deserve. Although he will not take the place of your primary health care provider, he will serve as a specialist to complement your current medical care.”

For more information on how to schedule an appointment with Dr Arnott call the Rocky Mountain Lifestyle Center at 303-282-3676.

— RMCNews with Rick Mautz who is director of Rocky Mountain Lifestyle Center; photo supplied