About Wolfe Functional Medicine

Our mission is to provide health care rather than sick care; to look beyond just the symptoms, understand the root cause, prevent future disease and restore proper health through supplementation, diet, and lifestyle; implemented with genuine love and concern for our patients.

Wolfe Functional Medicine is a full-spectrum integrative health office.

My Story

My Story

If you’re here, my story will sound familiar.

As a practitioner I feel very vulnerable telling it, but I want you to know you are not alone!

I experienced so much illness in my life, suffered from so many different kinds of serious conditions, I became hopeless.  I lost a sense of “the real me” and wondered if I’d ever find myself and my health again.

My frustration with incorrect diagnoses, immune system weakening medicines, and constantly falling into cycles of illness, lead me to seek out my own answers and a new approach to my health.

I like to say Functional Medicine found me and changed my life forever.  I’ve spent the last 17 years of my life engrossed in this; studying published medical journals, attending symposiums, working on diplomates and seeking out the hidden solutions to many health concerns. I work to offer much more than blanket alternative care. I want answers and I want to be able to help you regain control of your health!

I’m in the best health of my life thanks to Functional Medicine, and I’ve thankfully been able to put an end to the cycles of illness I suffered the first half of my life.

I want this for you too!

I believe life brought me all these health challenges not only to make me a stronger person, but also a better doctor and understand first-hand what you’re going through. It is my mission to help you experience vibrant health again whether you’re suffering from a chronic illness or simply want to optimize your current level of wellness. I will fight for your health with the same persistence and dedication I fought for my own.

I’m grateful for the privilege of supporting you in your journey back to “the real you”.

Thank you for reading my story.

I’m ready to hear yours.



Dr. Wolfe.

Ginger Wolfe, D.C.

Doctor Wolfe has over 17 years of experience improving the health and wellness of her patients through both Functional Medicine and Chiropractic care. From the very start of her career, she has had a dedicated passion towards understanding the “why” behind health conditions, how they originated, and how they can effectively be helped without the use of prescription medications.

Dr. Wolfe has held several professional memberships including the Colorado Chiropractic Association, the Maryland Chiropractic Association, and The Virginia Chiropractic Association as well as the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association. She has completed both Functional Medicine University education and the Diplomate of the American Board of Chiropractic Internist program. She has also served as a practitioner for many professional athletes  (NFL quarterbacks!), triathlon clubs, soccer teams, and running clubs.

Dr. Wolfe is originally a native of a small town near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and fell in love with Boulder, Colorado while on a vacation during graduate school. She enjoys all the great outdoor activities that Colorado has to offer including hiking, skiing, snowboarding, mountain biking, yoga, and triathlons. Whenever possible, you will find her best friend (and official office Therapy Dog) “Colbie” in tow as her furry sidekick.



Office Manager

Meet Rachel our Office Manager. Although a classically trained flutist and professional singer-songwriter, Rachel has worked in the nutritional supplement and alternative medicine industry for 20 years.

She loves people, music, and the arts. Her passion for music with the goal to inspire people to be their unique selves allows for an intuitive understanding and compassion for our patients who come to our office for
extremely diverse health issues.

Andrew J Pollak, L.Ac, LMT

Colorado-Licensed Acupuncturist, Chinese Herbalist and Massage Therapist

Andrew J Pollak is a Colorado-licensed acupuncturist, clinical Chinese herbalist and massage therapist. He holds a Master of Science in Oriental Medicine (MSOM) from Southwest Acupuncture College and an Associate of Occupational Studies (AOS) in Medical Massage from the Boulder College of Massage Therapy. He is board certified by the National Certification Commission of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) and a member of the Acupuncture Association of Colorado (AAC). Andrew holds a Diplomat of Acupuncture and a Diplomat of Chinese Herbs.

The four-year Chinese medical training curriculum included over 3000 hours of didactic and clinical education and over 900 hours of clinical practice; the 2 year massage therapy training curriculum spanned 1350 classroom hours and 300 hours of clinical practicum.

Andrew is a native of Detroit, Michigan and has been a resident of Colorado since 2006. He loves cats and horses, and is endlessly enchanted by the hiking vistas explored and yet unknown in the Colorado mountains.

Andrew’s passion for deep healing in healthcare was born out of a love for languages. A graduate of the University of Michigan, he studied Linguistics and specialized in East Asian and Western European languages. Living abroad as an English teacher, he uncovered a dormant capacity for heartfelt listening while engaging his students in sincere conversation. Since then, he has developed many intuitive and scientific tools for hearing the issues in his patients’ tissues, such as clairvoyance, clairsentience and empathic point location.

Norah Charles, MSOM, L.Ac

Boulder Acupuncture and Herbs

Norah Charles, MSOM, L.Ac., holds a Master of Science in Oriental Medicine from Southwest Acupuncture College in Boulder, Colorado. She is board certified by the National Certification Commission of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) and licensed by the state of Colorado. Norah holds a Diplomat of Acupuncture and a Diplomat of Chinese Herbs. She is also a Certified Provider of Hospice and Palliative Care Acupuncture.

Norah specializes in treating musculoskeletal pain, anxiety, depression, gastrointestinal issues, women’s reproductive health (including menopause), headaches, fatigue, hypertension, and many other chronic and acute conditions. Norah is especially committed to providing exemplary geriatric care and regularly treats patients in their senior years.

Prior to her education in Chinese medicine, Norah received her Bachelor’s in English from the University of Colorado and worked as a writer. When not in the clinic, Norah likes to dance, read, hike, and practice yoga.



Colbie is our resident English Golden Retriever and Certified Therapy Dog. He’s a staple part of our office and even has his own business cards! You’ll often find him leaning into a patient’s leg, serving as a pillow for kids, or just basking in sun with one of his toys. We all need a little puppy love in our lives and we’re grateful for the love and joy he brings to our office and patients.