Dr. Piper came to Colorado in 2011 by way of Minnesota. He spent his younger years involved in hockey, lacrosse, soccer, baseball, boy scouts and in various math/science clubs. While he still had hair on his head, Dr. Piper received his undergraduate degree in Biochemistry at the University of St. Thomas. After college, Dr. Piper spent a year serving at a homeless shelter near Wolf-Creek, CO – then onto medical school at the University of Minnesota where he focused on Family Medicine.
After medical school, Dr. Piper returned to Colorado to complete his Family Medicine Internship/Residency. He has lived in the Ft. Collins area since 2011.
In his free time, Dr. Piper enjoys: reading, skiing, cycling, ice hockey, lacrosse and trying out new restaurants!
Dr. Piper practices full-scope Family Medicine from birth through end-of-life care. His specific areas of interest include:
* Women’s Health (OB/GYN care)
* Preventative Care in Adults
* Chronic Disease Treatment and Education
* Family Medicine Procedures
Tags: Chronic Disease Treatment and Education, Family Medicine Procedures, Pediatrics, Preventative Care in Adults, Women’s Health (OB/GYN care)