Our Staff

Dr. Mark C. Winslow

Dr. Mark C. Winslow

Owner and Founder

Dr. Winslow is one of a handful of dual board certified physicians in the U.S. with specialties in Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine and Family Practice. He has been on the adjunct faculty of Rocky Vista University, College of Osteopathic Medicine teaching in the Osteopathic Manual Medicine Department. In addition, he has years of experience in Family Practice, Emergency Medicine, and Urgent Care. He has worked in both large corporate medical world and small rural communities. It is through his experience in a variety of medical practices that he developed his vision for Rocky Mountain Osteopathic Medicine. Dr. Winslow earned his medical degree from The University of Health Sciences in Kansas City, and completed his residency at Presbyterian-St. Luke's Hospital in Denver, Colorado. He also is Level II certified with the Colorado Division of Workers' Compensation. Dr. Winslow is a member of the American Academy of Osteopathy and the American Osteopathic Association. Dr. Winslow lives in Lowry with his wife Brianda and their son Dylan. When he is not working, he enjoys Yoga, hiking, skiing, cycling, gardening, and reading.


Jessica Elson

Jessica Elson

Office Manager

Jessica is a native New Yorker who received her bachelors of science in biology from Indiana University in 2001. She moved to Colorado shortly thereafter to pursue training in massage therapy at the Center for Advanced Therapeutics. When she isn't in the office she enjoys a regular yoga practice, running, hiking and spending time with friends and family. Jessica joined the RMOM team in March 2015 but has been working in the medical administrative field for over 14 years. While her title is office manger, Jessica also holds a certification in massage therapy as well as yoga instruction. She brings to the office a solid understanding of insurance practices, billing procedures and a passion for health and wellness.


Juliette Coughlin

Juliette Coughlin

DPT: Doctor of Physical Therapy

Juliette Coughlin earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Washington University in St. Louis. In addition to the standard physical education curriculum, she trained in the Sahrmann-based Movement System Impairment Syndromes (MSI) while at Washington University. MSI is a whole-body, whole-lifestyle approach to physical therapy. It takes into account your work habits, your home life, and your recreational choices to create modifications and exercises that best fit your life and get you on the road to recovery. Juliette has worked with clients as young as 4 months old as well as octogenarians. She recently was certified in the BIG program to work with Parkinson's patients. She lives in Colorado with her dog PT and is happy to be in a state where playing outdoors is a year-round activity.


Ranada Erickson

Ranada Erickson

NCTMB, RYT: Pilates Instructor, Yoga Teacher and Massage Therapist

Ranada is a registered yoga teacher, Balanced Body trained Pilates instructor, nationally board certified massage therapist, and a former nurse. Ranada has worked in the medical field for more than 15 years helping patients with headaches, neck, back, shoulder, knee, hip, and sciatic pain as well as working with athletes with injuries. She has years of experience shadowing Osteopathic doctors and physical therapists in a specialized musculoskeletal medical clinic. Whether you are a healthy person, recovering from, or living with an acute or chronic injury or illness, Ranada will design a customized yoga or Pilates sequence and or massage session specifically for you. She will show you how to perform each yoga pose or Pilates exercise correctly for your body. Ranada can also show you effective self-care techniques you can do in your home to help alleviate pain or stress. Ranada is truly committed to the art and science of intelligent movement and to the health and well-being of her students and patients. When Ranada isn't working or practicing yoga and Pilates, she likes to dance, snowboard, volunteer, read, spend time outside and be with her family & friends.


Curt Frager, M.S., L.Ac., Dipl. O.M.

Curt Frager, M.S., L.Ac., Dipl. O.M.

Curt Frager is a licensed acupuncturist and nationally certified by the NCCAOM. He received his Bachelors of Arts from the University of South Florida and his Masters of Traditional Chinese Medicine degree from the Colorado School of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Curt has also participated in a 3 year mentor-ship in Five Element Constitutional Acupuncture, has training in AcuTonics (sound therapy) and is certified in Functional Medicine. In addition to private practice Curt manages the AcuDetox program for the Colorado Coalition for the Homeless as well as the State Veterans Home on the Fitzsimons Campus. It is Curt’s philosophy that when we compassionately listen to and treat the whole person, physically, mentally and emotionally, true healing can occur. Issues that Curt specializes in include acute and chronic pain, headaches/migraines, insomnia, emotional wellbeing (stress, anxiety, depression), digestive issues, women’s health (PMS/Fertility). In his spare time, Curt enjoys time with his wife, daughter and two dogs, is an avid practitioner of yoga, meditation and Qi gong, and loves to read and be outdoors.


Krista Hartig

Krista Hartig

Physical Therapist

Krista earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. She practiced in Las Vegas for 7 years with patients ranging from pediatric to geriatric, with a heavy emphasis on young athletes. In 2016 she moved south to Georgia where she worked at an Army hospital helping soldiers return to duty. She has been trained in trigger point dry needling, instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization, and battlefield acupuncture. She has also continued her education with the Herman-Wallace Institute for women’s health physical therapy. Krista is a firm believer that patient education is a large key to patient success. She is a dedicated and passionate physical therapist with a goal to see each one of her patients succeed. Krista and her family are recent Colorado transplants who are looking forward to exploring all the state has to offer. In her free time, she enjoys reading, traveling, playing with her corgi Dash, and making memories with her family.


Jessica Caine

Massage Therapist

Jessica graduated from the Massage Therapy Institute of Coloradoin 2009 and has spent her career to date working in chiropractic offices specializing in medical massage. “When I touch someone I want to leave a lasting impression. I like to be a stepping stone in their journey to improved health and well being”, Jessica says. Jessica is a multitalented therapist specializing in deep tissue and trigger point therapy, but tailors each session to the individual needs of her clients. Her main focus is better health, wellbeing, and stress relief for each individual client. Her training in different modalities enables her to assist clients in obtaining more balance and harmony through her intuitive touch. Creating a positive, relaxed environment she is able to manipulate the muscles reliving stress and chronic pain. The end result is a more happy pain free individual. There is no greater feeling of accomplishment then when a client gets off my table and says, 'I haven’t felt this great in years'.