We had the good fortune of connecting with Pierre Brunschwig and we’ve shared our conversation below.
Hi Pierre, what’s the most important thing you’ve done for your children?
I have a daughter who is now in college. I divorced when she was 11 years old. Since that time, which was devastating to her emotionally, a mixture of transparency, kindness especially toward my ex-wife, finding my own happiness, and willingness to be vulnerable with her helped her confidently emerge into her young adulthood. My sense is that being myself, fully sharing that with her authentically is the special sauce of parenting. This takes commitment, patience, and time.
Can you give our readers an introduction to your business? Maybe you can share a bit about what you do and what sets you apart from others?
Helios Integrated Medicine is my baby. For over 25 years it has been a healing place for patients to find answers to their medical problems that need out of the medical box thinking and treatment. We offer a richly textured polypardigmatic approach combining Oriental Medicine, Functional Medicine, Homeopathy, Intravenous Nutrient Therapy, Nutritional Medicine, and Herbal Medicine. We spend the time to listen. We have many decades of combined experience treating problems conventional medicine struggles with. We are immersed in both the conventional medical profession and the allied alternative medical community. This allows us to crack some of the toughest medical problems.
We are now taking our success and applying it to Long COVID. While most doctors are bewildered by the complexity and diverse problems of long haulers, we are excited by this challenge. We are accustomed to both complexity and individualizing treatments plans. Colorado Covid Care is our response to the pandemic and those suffering from lasting symptoms of COVID19.
If you had a friend visiting you, what are some of the local spots you’d want to take them around to?
Honestly most of free time is spent on the trials of South Boulder, biking and hiking. They are a complete reset button for me. My favorite places in town are the Pearl street mall more for the people watching than the shopping. The best, by far, Thai food is Aloy Thai; gift shop is Sweet Ruckus; tea shop is Ku Cha tea; breakfast food is Walnut Cafe South; and honestly I miss our dear Table Mesa King Soopers. Things are not quite the same without our local market. “You don’t know what you got till its gone.”
Who else deserves some credit and recognition?
My CU college professor Ron Billingsley.