10233 S. Parker Road Ste. 200   Parker, CO  80134

Phone: 303-805-1264    |    Fax: 303-805-1164

 About Our Team

bios_03Susanna Sun Choi, M.D.

Dr. Choi earned her B.A. in Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology from the University of Colorado—Boulder; she earned her M.D. from the University of Colorado Medical Center in Denver in 1980, served a surgery internship at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center and her OB/GYN residency at St. Joseph Hospital—Denver. She has been in private practice since 1984 and is board certified in OB/GYN. Dr. Choi has always had a passion for treating comprehensively the whole person—physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual; she is board certified from the American Board of Integrative & Holistic medicine and is a member of ACAM.

Dr. Choi has been married to her husband, Jay since 1979 and has three sons and three grandsons. She has been to several medical mission trips to Pakistan, Cambodia, and North Korea, and China. Dr. Choi is bilingual in Korean and English.




Kristin Bell
Practice Manager

Kristin has worked in the medical field for several years and has a passion for helping others. She is always looking for ways to further her knowledge when it comes to alternative treatments. She loves working at IWC because she fully believes in the power of healing through natural sources and she loves to see patients feeling better than when they first came in. Her ultimate goal is to become a nurse. She is also a Nationally Certified Phlebotomist.

Kristin moved to Colorado with her family in 2004, after living in California most of her life. She is married and has three daughters; Kendra, Alexis, and Makayla. She enjoys volunteering, playing with her kids, birds and pups, and crafting in her spare time.




Connie J. Wright, NA, BeP, MBe
BioEnergetic Practioner

Connie completed her training for BioEnergetic Practitioner, then later obtained her Masters in BioEnergetics from the Academy of BioEnergetics in 2004. The Academy of BioEnergetics is accredited by “AADP”, the American Association of Drugless Practitioners. She has worked with Dr. Choi since 2001.

Since graduation she has attended courses and has extensively studied the following areas:

– Acid/Alkaline Balance
– Addiction
– Auto-Immune issues/Immunization theory
                     – Autism/ADD/ADHD
                     – Candidiasis/Environmental Mold
                     – Detoxification
                     – Emotional roots of disease/Stress-Disease connection
                     – Enzymes for digestion and other uses
                     – Female & Male hormone function
                     – Gluten Intolerance/Celiac Disease
                     – Hemochromatosis
                     – Homeopathy
                     – mHBOT- mild Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy & use
                     – Neuro-Biology and Neurotransmitter balance
                     – Thyroid Function
                     – Weight Loss theories/ Leptin/ hCG
                     – Diets: Adkins, Leptin, Paleo, Raw food, Specific Carbohydrate Diet, Vegetarian

Connie completed her Nurse Assistant certificate from Azusa Pacific College in 1974, then went on to raise her family of two grown sons and a daughter. She is grandmother to three grandsons and four granddaughters.



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BioMeridian Technician

After leaving the corporate medical environment, Sheri now enjoys the ability to assist others in obtaining optimal wellness at IWC and is pleased to be a part of the BioMeridian department.  It has become her passion to help patients with different areas of their health.  Her specialty includes: BioMeridian testing, diet teaching (Yeast, Paleo, and Gluten Free), Candidiasis, Hormones, Food Allergies, and overall health.  Sheri provides compassionate care and aims towards helping patients find balance and wellness in their lives.

Sheri has a love for the outdoors, and in her free time is often hiking on Colorado’s beautiful trails with her fiancé, Rob, and their dog, Buckley.  Sheri is the proud grandmother of her two fantastic grandkids Magnus and Lily.




Medical Assistant

Hanna moved to Colorado about ten years ago and has lived here ever since. She enjoys playing sports, listening to music, watching movies, and hanging out with family and friends. She also loves spending time and serving at her church in the children’s ministry to college and young adult group. She has been on several mission trips in the past and has developed a passion in helping and serving the people in need. She recently graduated from University of Denver and is planning on furthering her career in the medical field. She hopes to become a missionary in the future and help those who are sick, poor, and needy. She is also a Nationally Certified Phlebotomist.



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Medical Assistant

Suyoun graduated from University of Denver in June 2018 and received a B.S. in Biology and Psychology with a concentration in Cognitive Neuroscience. She is a Colorado native and hasn’t gotten sick of it yet. She wants to become a Physician’s Assistant and work in a similar environment with a similar mission as IWC where the patient’s health and wellness are top priorities. Being able to work with a caring staff and patients has been a great experience for her. She is also a Nationally Certified Phlebotomist.

She has two younger sisters and one maltipoo. Other than spending her time on Netflix watching The Office or Parks and Recreation, she loves hanging out with her family and friends usually through food, hiking, or desserts.




Patient Care Coordinator

Sarah is relatively new both to Colorado and the medical field. Sarah has enjoyed diverse employment working with detoxing military personnel, coding a website for the Buckle, being a caretaker for schizophrenic women, and making chocolate. She has lived in Oregon and Nebraska, but is happy to be able to call Colorado and IWC home. Working with passionate and caring people is what Sarah has strived for in her employment and she feels like she hit the jackpot working here.

Sarah is only a pet mom, but loves to walk Rain the dog, play with Eleanor the python or Shamus the gecko, and watch Grover and Murphy the axolotls. If she isn’t attending to her hoard of animals, she is usually reading some nonfiction book or exploring the many things Denver has to offer.




Patient Care Coordinator

Erin is a Colorado Native and with her adventurous spirit and love of the outdoors, she adores what the colorful state has to offer. She loves hiking and trying new activities as well as working out. She also enjoys reading, watching Netflix, and being a part of her church community. Erin has a small family of animals with her cat Tiger and bearded dragon Prince Charles. She currently lives with her boyfriend and best friend with her pets.

Erin has worked a number of customer service jobs but her primary goal has been to work somewhere in the medical field with happy and kind people, making IWC a wonderful job for her. Working here has opened her eyes to the world of alternative medicines and the idea of treating patients physically, emotionally, and spiritually. She has lots of interest in the medical field because of her eagerness to help people and her love of science and medicine. Erin is currently attending Arapahoe Community College and is planning on eventually majoring in Biology or Pre-Med. Erin’s ultimate goal is to become a surgeon as well as travel a lot. She is also a Nationally Certified Phlebotomist.