Meet Sarah Choszczyk

Sarah Choszczyk

Functional Nutritionist

Sarah Choszczyk began working with Dr. McCann in 2009 as her medical assistant. After moving out of the area, she stayed on remotely as medical biller and new patient enrollment specialist, committed to continuing her relationship with Dr. Kelly’s revolutionary practice.

She obtained her master’s degree in human nutrition and functional medicine from the University of Western States and is delighted to devote her knowledge and experience to The Spring Center’s patients through nutritional counseling.

A native of Colorado, Sarah grew up in the Denver area studying theater, music, and Traditional Chinese Medicine. Her time in California was an adventure, but she is back in her home state of Colorado, where she continues to make music, act, garden, and enjoy nature.

Get to know our incredible team better! We asked our staff some questions to better showcase who they are

What is your why? Why do you wake up every morning and do this work?

I believe that the style of care we are providing is the most effective and meaningful approach to health. I have always believed it is important to help others in some way.

If you could give one piece of advice to every single person in the world about their health, what would that be?

Think about your body as a person – bodily personhood encourages us to care for our bodies as we would another person, rather than see our bodies as objects that simply carry around our brain/soul.

If you could snap your fingers and be anywhere in the world, where would that be?

In an ancient forest – it doesn’t matter where, the plants and animals of forests speak the same language.

What are you reading? What is your favorite podcast?

I’m constantly reading, so this answer won’t be accurate in a day or two! As I write this, I am reading a book by Black feminist activists. Books on my to-read list include: Confessions of a Bookseller by Shaun Bythell; We Are Legion (We Are Bob) by Dennis E. Taylor; The Art of Dying Well by Katy Butler; and Make Change by Shaun King.

Favorite go-to dessert?

Dark chocolate-covered almonds.

If you could travel back in time, what year/decade would you visit?

The late 1800’s, time of the Wild West. But I would dress as a man because it was so dangerous to be a woman at that time (and almost any time).

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