Dr. Elliot: (970) 368-6173 | Dr. Tami: (303) 589-8310 | Jill Serour: (970) 389-5810


After graduating Life University in 2000, Dr. Elliott Smith practiced in Vail, CO for  three years, gaining extensive experience with sports injuries. He then moved to Denver to start a successful practice, where he worked for 13 years. Dr. Elliott is excited to move his practice back to the mountains in Frisco, CO and bring his experience, skills and knowledge to serve and educate Summit County.

Dr. Elliott has a broad scope of training in diagnostic technologies, chiropractic, acupuncture, laser, orthotics, and clinical nutrition to be able to treat the physical, mental, and chemical aspects of a patient’s health challenges. His main goals are to find the underlying cause of your problem and tailor an individual treatment plan.

One of the things that makes Dr. Elliott unique is that he’s a skilled practitioner of Avatar, an advanced technology that allows his to eavesdrop in on the communication systems of the body. It measures acupuncture points on the skin via a computerized system and can identify where imbalances are in the body that may be causing disease or dysfunction. This combined with a his intuition and broad scope of training in diagnostics, chiropractic, acupuncture, cold laser therapy, orthotics, functional medicine, and clinical nutrition, makes him exceptionally qualified to treat the physical, mental, and chemical aspects of a patient’s health challenges.

While operating his successful practice, Dr. Elliott has devoted considerable time to a postgraduate education through courses and seminars spanning a wide range of medical fields: from bio-energetic medicine to spinal trauma, to advanced EAV/EDS training, thyroid, adrenal, cholesterol studies, acupuncture certification, cold laser training, animal adjusting courses, neurotransmitter seminars, and immune system studies to name a few. When he’s not in the office he enjoys spending time with his family, snowboarding, mountain biking, golfing, hiking, and camping.