Meet The Integrative Sports Medicine Team
Dr. Brad Abrahamson, MD
Dr. Abrahamson is passionate about orthopedic and joint health, regenerative medicine, new advances in Sports Medicine and concussion care. He grew up in the West and first came to Fort Collins as a 7th grader. He graduated with the “Scholar-Leader” honor from his undergraduate work at Miami University, an honor reserved for the top 15 students in the University. He has a Masters degree in Public Policy from the University of Colorado and spent 2 years as a policy analyst before attending Medical School at State University of New York – Stony Brook. At medical school. he graduated with top honors and met his wife Lara. Dr. Lara Abrahamson and Dr. Brad Abrahamson have two children and enjoy living in Fort Collins.
Lara Abrahamson, MD
Graduate of SUNY Stony Brook School of Medicine and Family Medicine Residency at UNC Chapel Hill. Worked as a physician at Salud Community Health Center and then Associates in Family Medicine. Currently assisting Dr. Brad in an operational capacity at Integrative Sports Medicine and spending more time raising their two active children. In her free time she enjoys tennis, watching her children in their multiple sports endeavors, and enjoying the Colorado outdoors.
Registered Medical Assistant
Bianca serves ISM in multiple capacities, including facilitating operations and serving as lead Medical Assistant. Her experience in the medical field is extensive. She served for 7 years in an outpatient surgical setting, and another 7 years in a multi-specialty outpatient setting. She is a Fort Collins native. When not working at ISM, Bianca enjoys playing softball and other sports, spending time with her children and supporting local sports teams.
Kendall Murray, ATC
Certified Athletic Trainer
Kendall Murray, a native of Lancaster, Pennsylvania graduated from West Chester University in 2008 with a Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training. She then went on to receive her Master of Arts in Kinesiology from San José State University in 2010. During her time at San Jose, Kendall provided athletic training services to the University’s baseball, women’s volleyball and gymnastics programs. From there, Kendall relocated to Greeneville, Tennessee where she served as Assistant Athletic Trainer for Tusculum
Certified Athletic Trainer
Stacy Hutchings was born and raised in Iowa and attended the University of Northern Iowa where she graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training. After graduation Stacy moved to Illinois to work for Iroquois Memorial Hospital in the physical therapy department, as well as provide outreach coverage to 11 area high schools.