Acute and Chronic Pain
Intervertebral Disc Disease
Urinary Tract Disorders
Changes in Performance
Inflammatory Bowel Disease
Post Surgical Relief
Allergies and Atopy
Meet Dr. Bronwen Foster, DVM, CVA
Dr. Bronwen Foster was born and raised in Windsor, Colorado. Bronwen received an undergraduate degree from the University of San Diego and then returned home to her native state. She received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Colorado State University and enjoyed practicing conventional small animal veterinary medicine and surgery in the Fort Collins area for twenty years. Bronwen has always been drawn to natural and holistic healing modalities and while she values the importance of Western medicine’s diagnostic tests and treatments, she remains passionately fascinated by a body’s natural responses for healing when the appropriate tools are provided.
Bronwen completed her Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medical Acupuncture certification for both large and small animals at Chi University in Ocala, Florida in 2018. Bronwen is thrilled to be able to provide this type of care, along with supportive nutritional advice, to enhance the health of her patients.
For fifteen years Bronwen volunteered for ViDAS (a group who provides no cost pet sterilization surgeries and vaccines to foreign communities in need), she has taught a dentistry lab for veterinary technician students at Front Range Community College, and was previously a communication coach for the junior year veterinary students at Colorado State University.
For leisure, Bronwen enjoys spending quality time with her daughter and their cat, Captain Butch, from whom they "rent" space. Bronwen is passionate about family, friendships, Yoga, exercise, humor, good food, travel, and the mountains. She especially enjoys witnessing the healing results of her work for her patients and their owners.