Lacey D. Sanchez, NP-C


Lacey

Lacey received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Northern Colorado in 2005. After working as a Registered Nurse at Poudre Valley Hospital in Fort Collins for six years, she decided to pursue an advanced degree, returning to the University of Northern Colorado where she received her (Master of Science) Family Nurse Practitioner degree. Since joining our practice in 2011, she has enjoyed helping her patients learn more about allergies and asthma and teaching them how to manage their symptoms so they can lead healthy, happy lives.

Nurse Practitioners are trained to take care of a variety of diseases. They are licensed by the State of Colorado and are required to accumulate continuing education credits yearly to maintain their licensure. Lacey works very closely with our physicians to assure that Colorado Allergy and Asthma Center’s patients receive the best quality care

Wisdom From Lacey D. Sanchez, NP-C

Can a tick bite really cause a meat allergy?!

08.08.2011

By: Lacey Sanchez, NP-C Have you heard about the rare meat allergy that can cause anaphylaxis? Here are the facts. Tick Bite Allergy It’s called Alpha-gal allergy or Mammalian Meat Allergy (MMA) and it’s an unusual meat allergy condition. The allergy develops after a bite from the Lone Star tick. This tick is typically found... Read more »

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5 Ways to Improve your COPD

08.08.2011

COPD is a term used to describe lung diseases that can worsen over time; these diseases include emphysema, chronic bronchitis and certain types of asthma. COPD often develops in patients who have a history of smoking. COPD symptoms tend to include shortness of breath, excess mucus production, coughing and wheezing. Here are 5 ways you... Read more »

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