Colorado Preventive Medicine - Dr. Abrams

About Us










Dr. Richard Abrams has practiced Internal Medicine in Denver, Colorado for over 30 years and has been listed in Best Doctors in America since 1995. Dr. Abrams’ interest in preventive health led him to found the Colorado Preventive Medicine in 2006. Since that time, several hundred busy, health-conscious, people have participated in the program.

Dr. Abrams also serves on the clinical faculty at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. He has written and edited 5 medical books and numerous articles. His book, Will It Hurt the Baby, was featured on the NBC Today Show, ABC Good Morning America, and CBS This Morning.



Dr. Aria Mohtadi comes to CPM after working for 18 months as a hospital medicine physician at Rose Medical Center. He graduated from Rush Medical College in Chicago and later completed internal medicine residency at Rush University Medical Center. Prior to medical school, he worked as investment banker and completed his business administration degree at the University of Michigan in 2003.

During his residency, Dr. Mohtadi noticed that many medical problems can often be reversed with intensive lifestyle changes. For this reason, he has chosen to focus on preventive medicine to maximize his patients’ health with particular interests in diet, exercise, sleep, and stress reduction as cornerstones to health. In his free time, he enjoys watching Michigan football, world travel, and scuba diving.


Ashley Moriarty joined Colorado Preventive Medicine as the Director in January 2006 and was instrumental in the start up of the practice with Dr. Abrams. She combines her education with her past managerial experience in the medical industry to effectively coordinate all employee and business operations.

Ashley has a Bachelor’s degree in Healthcare Administration from Southern Illinois University and has 20 years of medical experience including managing a state-of-the art, 23 physician, Cardiology practice for 3 years prior to joining the Colorado Preventive Medicine.



Alana Lucero, MA joined Colorado Preventive Medicine in March 2014 and has been in the medical field for over ten years. She graduated from Concorde College and works as a Medical Assistant.  She has background in many aspects of medical from Infertility to Neurosurgery.  Alana will be completing all patient phlebotomy and health testing.  Alana is a native of Colorado and enjoys outdoor activities with her family.




Casey Stoneburner joined Colorado Preventive Medicine in September 2021 as the Front Office Manager.

Casey recently moved to Denver from Chicago, IL with her fiancé, Jared and two dogs to explore nature.  She come with years of medical office experience and a Bachelors’ of Science in Healthcare Management from Southern Illinois University.



Dr. Craig Kornbluth is a Board Certified Radiologist specializing in Body Imaging.  He completed his undergraduate degree at Yeshiva University in New York, NY and obtained his doctorate from FUHS/The Chicago School of Medicine, in N. Chicago, IL. Dr. Kornbluth completed his Diagnostic Radiology residency at St. Luke/Roosevelt Hospital New York, NY  followed by a Body imaging fellowship at Johns Hopkins Medical Center in Baltimore, MD.

Dr. Kornbluth is a leader in the Denver Medical Community and has been named multiple times on the Top Doctor list in 5280 Magazine.  He has been involved in multiple research projects and lectures across the country on imaging specifically of the Abdomen and pelvis.

Dr. Kornbluth resides with his family in Denver, Colorado.  When Dr. Kornbluth is not working, he spends his time hiking, fly-fishing, biking, golfing and snowboarding in the beautiful Rocky Mountains.


Dr. Marc Sarti is a Board Certified Radiologist specializing in Body Imaging and Diagnostic Radiology.  His M.D. was obtained from the University of California San Diego School of Medicine in La Jolla, CA.  He received his Radiology Residency education at Harbor/UCLA Medical Center in Torrance, CA.  Dr. Sarti continued his specialty education at the University of Virginia Health System in Charlottesville, VA, where he received his Fellowship Training in Thoracoabdominal Imaging. As an Assistant Professor at the Universtiy of Virginia, he was the Medical Director of Ultrasound and Non-Vascular interventions. At UVA, his interest in radiation-free modalities led to research in the clinical use of Ultrasound and MRI.

Recent Publications: Walters D.M., Lapar D.J., de Lange E.E., Sarti M., et al. Pancreas-protocol imaging at a high-volume center leads to improved preoperative staging of pancreatic ductal carcinoma. Ann Surg Oncol. 2011 Oct; 18(10): 2764-71. Sarti M., Brehmer B., Gay S.B. Low dose techniques in CT-guided in interventions. Pending publication Radoiographics, July 2012. Sarti, M. (2012). Pancreas MR Imaging. In W.E. Brant and E.E. deLange (Eds.), Essentials of Body MRI (pp. 132-161). New York, USA:  Oxford University Press.

Dr. Sarti currently resides in Denver, Colorado.  When he isn’t working, you will find him on his bike or in the kitchen.


Dr. Garret Gannuch has over 20 years experience in Radiology. Born and raised in New Orleans, he moved to Denver, Colorado after finishing medical school.  He decided to make Colorado his permanent home after completing his internship and residency.  He has a passion for using CT, MRI, and Ultrasound to detect signs of disease early, when a cure or good outcome is possible.   In addition, he has also completed a fellowship in Pediatric Radiology at the Denver Children’s Hospital.  Outside of Radiology he spends his free time with his beautiful family, his wife, son, miniature schnauzer, and skye terrier.





Colorado Preventive Medicine - Dr. Abrams