Corey Feldman, MMS, PA-C
Formerly an athletic trainer for the Colorado Crush and Denver Broncos, Corey is also a Physician Assistant with a Masters in Medical Science from St. Francis University. For six years, he worked in urgent cares, family practices, and emergency rooms. However, he was seeing over 60 patients a day and realized traditional medicine had lost its bedside manners. Soon after he began a focus on functional medicine.
Combining his medical practice with his Bachelors in Sports and Exercise Science from the University of Northern Colorado, Corey founded Trivida to spend more time with his patients so they could get faster, real results. When Corey isn’t meeting with clients one-on-one, he’s immersed in research and learning how he can better treat clients. Corey also loves to read multiple books at the same time, travel with his wife Meghann, and continuing to hone his skills in Brazilian Jui Jistsu.
Years ago, Meghann created a proposal that won her company a dream project — building a city from scratch. The island is now one of the premier destinations in the Middle East, and Meghann realized that even though she was a grain of sand in the project, her actions impacted the world. Inspired, Meghann left her career to create an even bigger impact on people’s lives. Around the same time, Meghann met Corey on eHarmony, and on the first date he told her about his idea for Trivida. She knew the world needed his passion, drive, and help, and jumped at the chance to support him. In 2016, Meghann discovered her own health struggles with Hashimotos. After many frustrating appointments with “traditional” providers, Meghann made it her mission to help other people find a voice in their health.
With a Bachelors of Science in Business and Administration from Colorado State University, Meghann now works alongside Corey to help people with their emotional and physical wellbeing — and she manages Trivida Functional Medicine’s daily operations and marketing.
Jaimee Pacheco, PA-C
As a physician assistant, Jaimee has been both a leader and an integral team member in the medical specialties of neurosurgery, nuclear medicine, functional brain imaging, internal medicine, pediatrics, otolaryngology, facial aesthetic surgery, cosmetic injectables and skin care. Such diverse clinical experience has allowed her to provide exceptional care to those she passionately serves. A passion for health and wellness brought her to the world of functional medicine. She has been researching and learning all different aspects of Functional Medicine while working on her Functional Medicine certification. Working with the Team at Trivida has just excited Jaimee even more for the possibilities in health and truly helping clients find answers and hope for their health.
In addition to her career, Jaimee is an active member of Colorado’s community (as well as a Colorado native). She loves the outdoors and enjoys reading, learning about health and wellness, running, biking, hiking, skiing, and sporting events. She is always looking for more ways to give back to the less fortunate and care for the underserved. Jaimee is a wife and mother to two busy and athletic boys. She spends most of her free time supporting her boys’ athletics and creating memories with family and friends.
Andy hails from Arizona but is a true Coloradoan at heart. He loves the outdoors, dogs, and good food! When he is not coaching clients, you can usually find Andy rock climbing in the mountains or eating at one of our many amazing restaurants with his wife Erika. When he is coaching, Andy helps encourage his clients to make sustainable lifestyle changes that work for them. He understands that everyone is different and the one-size-fits-all approach offered by others doesn’t cut it. With a background in exercise science and nutrition, Andy joined the Trivida team 5 years ago and has learned the in’s and out’s of functional medicine.
Born and raised in Colorado, Nicole went on to receive her Bachelors of Science in Athletic Training/ Sports Medicine from Florida Southern College. After graduating, she worked on the Sports Medicine team at University of Denver where she focused on hockey and gymnastics. She then went on to do post-graduate work at The University of Colorado in Pre-Medicine/ Biology studies. As a collegiate volleyball player who suffered multiple concussions in her career, Nicole felt passionately that there was a need for more understanding and research of the human brain.
Nicole decided to take a new direction with her career, so she became Board Certified in Neuroscience and Neurofeedback and worked in this field for 5 years. She worked with patients suffering from concussions, anxiety, depression, ADHD, and many other mental health conditions. Realizing that there was an even deeper need to treat people with a multifaceted approach, Nicole came to Trivida eager to learn and grow her career in Functional Medicine.
Dr. Gina Datolli, MD
Raised here in Colorado, Dr. Datolli did her medical training at the Uniformed Services University in Bethesda, MD (the military’s medical school). She served as a Family Practice doctor in the Air Force for 10 years. She found functional medicine after being unable to overcome chronic fatigue for 3 years. Corey has helped her to regain her energy and now she’s excited to help other clients do the same. She loves seeing all clients, but her passions are women and children’s health, especially fertility, pregnancy, postpartum as well as children with ADHD and autism. She has 3 very talkative little boys: 9 year old twins and a 5 year old. When she’s not in clinic, you’ll find her wrangling children, reading, cross stitching or hiking.
Dr. Gina is not currently taking on clients.