Dr. Brodie earned a B.S. in Environmental Biology and M.S. in Exercise Physiology from the University of Colorado. He served as a senior research assistant at the Southwest Foundation for Biomedical Research in San Antonio, TX, and then returned to the University of Colorado where he earned his
Doctor of Medicine in 1990. Following medical school, Dr. Brodie completed a Post-Doctoral Orthopedic Surgery Research Fellowship and subsequently a one-year internship in General Surgery at the University of Utah. He began his own occupational medicine practice in Denver in 1993.
Dr. Brodie earned a Master of Public Health in Occupational and Environmental Medicine as part of a residency and fellowship program from the University of Utah in 1999. He was selected by both Harvard and the University of California, San Francisco to complete the training in 2000, during which he also received graduate level training in ergonomics. He became board certified in Occupational and Environmental Medicine and a Diplomat of the American Board of Preventative Medicine in 2001.
Outside of work, Dr. Brodie has a passion for music and athletics. As a child, he won top rankings in state competitions in classical clarinet. He was a nationally ranked Alpine Ski Racer in high school and college. He received a full ride athletic scholarship for his undergraduate studies. Dr. Brodie continues to play the saxophone, flute, and wind-synthesizer controller. He has played as a professional musician at regional, national, and international jazz, soul, Motown, rock, and salsa performances. He is happily married and is the proud stepfather of two awesome kids, with whom he loves to go boating and skiing. Dr. Brodie is happy to be a part of the Peak Form Medical team. He uses his many years of experience working closely with patients to return them safely and efficiently back to work.
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