For questions and setting up appointments:
For specific questions about our services, please call (720)-404-9199. Dr. Blanning answers the phone between appointments. If you do not catch him please leave a message. Dr. Blanning checks his voicemail at least twice daily, Monday through Friday.
Often the most efficient way to speak with Dr. Blanning is to schedule either an office or a phone consultation. Phone consultations are offered for 10, 30 or 60 minutes. Click the button below to book an appointment.
For questions about anthroposophic nursing or rhythmical massage treatments, you can reach Dona Totten RN at 303-704-0199. You can also schedule appointments directly with Dona by clicking on the “Schedule an appointment” button–you will just need to select her as a provider (instead of Dr. Blanning).
For special situations and documents:
Dr. Blanning does not answer medical questions by email.
If you need to send us reports, photos, or other scanned documents, please fill out the form below and attach your documents (PDF, JPEG, PNG and DOC Formats only). But, please do not ask medical questions via the form, as you will just be prompted to schedule an office visit or phone consultation.
We are very happy that we are able to work with people with a wide variety of health philosophies and needs, as well as people both inside and outside the Denver/Boulder area. Have a special situation? Contact us, and let’s see what is possible.
Denver, CO 80205
The office fax number is (844)-274-2984
From Interstate-25: take exit 213, the Park Avenue/38th Avenue exit If you are driving North, at the exit you will make a U-turn to a stop light. Then go left towards downtown. If you are driving South, follow the long elevated viaduct towards “Park Ave.” and “downtown.” From the corner of Park Ave. and Blake St. (the North-east corner of Coors Field), stay in the middle lanes and go seven blocks to Stout where the road divides. At Stout street (a one way street) take a left and go four blocks to 26th Street, then left again. Parking is usually easiest on Champa street, between 25th and 26th street, in the 2-hour parking zone (just around the corner from the office).
From Colfax: get onto Park Avenue (which connects diagonally) at Franklin Street, going Northwest towards downtown. At Stout street turn right, go three blocks to 26th Street, turn left, and park on the street—the office is the middle building on the left in the second half of the block.
From Broadway: Take Broadway North, past downtown, to where it intersects with Stout at 21st Street. Then go five blocks North on Stout to 26th Street, turn left and park on the street—the office is the middle building on the left in the second half of the block.