Meet our Providers
Cheryl Lee D. Eberting, M.D., FAAD
Dr. Eberting founded Alpine Dermatology & Laser in 2006 and has greatly enjoyed the meaningful relationships she has made with her patients over the years. Dr. Eberting is one of the world's experts in the diagnosis and treatment of eczema (atopic dermatitis), and has developed the patent-pending TrueLipids Skin Barrier Optimization Technology to help treat this condition. Dr. Eberting has been an invited lecturer for physicians and pharmacists all over the country and is a sought after expert in the treatment of eczema, skin biology, chemical sensitivities and toxicities.
Dr. Eberting's patients have found incredible relief from problems like eczema, rosacea, acne, cracked heels and hands, severely dry skin and countless other skin problems when using the TrueLipids technology. The TrueLipids products are also used by compounding pharmacies all over the United States for making custom prescription drugs for skin problems, hormone replacement and topical pain creams.
Dr. Eberting noticed a great need for many of her customers who were sending photos of themselves from all over the country asking Dr. Eberting to diagnose and treat them. Dr. Eberting quickly realized that she and every other healthcare provider needed a way to see their patients online and to be able to recommend specific products to their patients in order to for their patients to get the best results. Dr. Eberting founded and developed the AVAMR Online Healthcare platform which now allows any healthcare provider to build and deploy their own online health clinic AND to make exact product recommendations to their patients. This revolutionary technology allows a patient to see any of their doctors all on the same online healthcare platform. The AVAMR platform will become Dr. Eberting's dream is to create an online healthcare system that gives the patient, the healthcare provider and the pharmacist the ability to seamlessly and efficiently communicate for the good of the patient.
Dr. Eberting graduated Cum Laude from Brigham Young University and graduated with honors from the University of Utah School of Medicine. She did her internship at LDS Hospital in Salt Lake City, Utah. Her Dermatology residency was at the Boston University affiliate, Roger Williams Medical Center, in Providence, Rhode Island.
Dr. Eberting also did a clinical research fellowship in the Dermatology Branch of the National Cancer Institute at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland where she cared for those who had some of the most severe cases of eczema in the world.
Dr. Eberting is a Board Certified Dermatologist and a fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology. She is also a fellow of National Cancer Institute at the National Institutes of Health.
Prior to setting up her practice in Alpine, Utah, Dr. Eberting practiced dermatology for two years in Phoenix, Arizona. Dr. Eberting grew up in the Seattle, Washington area and comes from a large family. She spent a lot of time in Asia and served as a missionary for the church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in Fukuoka, Japan.
Dr. Eberting funded her medical school education by tirelessly running an import company called Nature's Handmand Paper, that she started at the age of twenty three. Dr. Eberting sold this company in 2004 to focus on the practice of dermatology. Dr. Eberting is fluent in Japanese and speaks some Spanish and Chinese. She enjoys spending time with her husband and four children.
Carolyn Sironen, APRN-C
Carolyn Sironen is a Certified Family Nurse Practitioner who moved to Utah from her native city of Saint Petersburg, Florida. Carolyn practiced Dermatology for eight years in Florida before she joined Alpine Dermatology and Laser. She has extensive experience in the evaluation of the skin and the surgical removal of skin cancers, cysts and other surgical problems as well as using multiple modalities for the successful treatment of acne. She also particularly enjoys helping her patients age gracefully with the skilled use of cosmetic procedures including lasers, Botox and fillers.
She earned her Bachelors of Science in Nursing degree from the University of Florida in 1988 and worked as a certified pediatric nurse for thirteen years. In 2001, while working full time, she earned her Masters of Science in Nursing degree, focusing on Family Practice from the University of Tampa.
Carolyn lives in Draper with her husband and her two Cavalier King Charles spaniels. She has run over 15 marathons, including the Boston. Watch for her on the trails. Whether by foot or fat tire, she’ll be there when she’s not at Alpine Dermatology tending every patient with great care.
Karen Stolman, M.D.
Karen R. Stolman, M.D. is a board-certified dermatologist and dermatologic surgeon with expertise in general dermatology as well as cosmetic laser surgery.
Dr. Stolman studied Biology at Tufts University and Fine Art at the Museum School of Boston, Massachusetts. She received her Medical Doctor degree with Honors from New York University School of Medicine in 1997. She has been board-certified in dermatology and dermatologic surgery since 2001. She practiced for two years at the Dermatology and Laser Center of Northern New Jersey before she and her husband decided to move out west and be closer to the mountains they love so much. In Utah, Dr. Stolman practiced for over ten years as a member of the Physician Division at Intermountain Healthcare, at the Altaview Specialty Clinic in Sandy, Utah. From 2013 to 2015, she received specialty cosmetic training while practicing at the Gateway Aesthetic Institute and Laser Center in Salt Lake City. Dr. Stolman currently serves as Adjunct Faculty in the Department of Dermatology at the University of Utah, while practicing at Alpine Dermatology and Laser Center in Alpine, Utah as well as South Jordan Health Center. She is currently a member of the American Academy of Dermatology, the American Society of Dermatologic Surgery, the Intermountain Dermatology Society and the Utah Society of Dermatology.
Dr. Stolman has been sought after by both media, and other physicians on skin care advice. She has made numerous appearances on KUTV “Ask the Doctor,” “ Fresh Living," KSL, and has been quoted numerous times in both local and national newspapers, periodicals, and online blogs. She is the author of the first online skin cream ingredients dictionary www.skincreamguide.com, and the author of www.skinality.com
When Dr. Stolman is not busy taking great care of her patients, she is also a devoted mother of two boys, two pet dogs and a horse. She and her family enjoy hiking, skiing, horseback riding, and camping.
Alpine Integrative Health Staff
Michelle is a native of Oregon and currently lives in Utah with her husband and son. She loves music, dancing, bright colors, the outdoors, eating tropical fruit, reading self-help books, and delves deeply into her spiritual journey. You can find her daydreaming of traveling the world and having an epic garden. She’s passionate about humanitarian work, and helping others feel their best so they can do what they are meant to do with their lives.
My mission is to help my clients achieve their health goals and lead fulfilling lives with vibrant health.
“I know what it's like to struggle with health problems. I know what it's like to not know where to turn or find the answers. I know what it's like to think that there may not be an answer. I also know that bodies were meant to heal and given the right tools and time, they can heal. I want to help you overcome your health challenges. I want to help you feel your best. I want to help you look your best.”I am a graduate of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, where I studied:
- Bio-individuality, a dynamic concept which brings to focus an individual's dietary needs based on age, gender, genetics, culture, climate, disposition, and religion. For as we know, one person's food is another person's poison.
- Primary Food, which, in essence, is what feeds your soul. Primary food has a unique and crucial relationship to health and diet. If your Primary Food is vastly imbalanced, your health and diet will surely follow.
- Counseling with compassion. If you're looking for a kick-your-booty kind of coach then you might want to keep looking, because you probably won't be seeing much of that from me. Don't get me wrong; I don't tolerate slacking off. But you need to be heard and understood. My style is to be your guide and lead you with clarity and purpose, and to give you a strong foundation so you can confidently continue your journey beyond your program with me.
I received my training as a Nutritional Therapist from the Health Sciences Academy, where I studied genetics, micronutrients, antioxidants, probiotics, superfoods, and more.
With much gratitude, I am honored to announce that I was selected as a 2015 scholarship recipient of the #DoChange campaign for Andrea Nakayama's online functional nutrition program, Holistic Nutrition Lab. As a student in the program, I have been trained in the anatomy and physiology of multiple systems of the body, and the biochemistry of food in relation to the body. Andrea is a renowned nutritionist and a wise mentor. I am incredibly blessed to be a recipient of her generosity and immersed in this incredible program.
I received an Associate of Arts degree from Chemeketa Community College and will one day return to the university route for higher education, when the time feels right and after I have completed the independent programs that really speak to me.
I consider myself a lifelong student with a passion for learning and will continue pursuing an excellent education with more training in specific programs this year and in years to come.