Meet Dr. Amy 


Dr. Amy has a PhD in Microbiology/Immunology/Infectious Disease from Albany Medical College, along with multiple postdoctoral fellowships including Yale Medical center, Wilmont cancer center URMC, and Pediatric Infectious Disease at URMC.

She has served as a member of the scientific advisory board for NFAM (National Foundation of Alternative Medicine) and the Documenting Hope Project for chronic illness. Dr. Amy worked in biotechnology for 15 years, codeveloping the first low cost DNA synthesizer and co owned a DNA technology company as an inventor on multiple patents involving DNA and RNA technology.

Dr. Amy then shifted her focus to using more natural approaches to address complex molecular health issues by additional training and degrees in natural health including a Doctor of Natural Health, a board certified Alternative Medical Practitioner, a board certified Holistic Health Practitioner, and is a Fellow of the American Association of Integrative Medicine.

Unlike many of the other doctors working in these fields, I do not have personal health issues that motivate me to work in this area. I am blessed to have three healthy daughters, and both my husband and I are in good health. Because I have been so fortunate in my life, I have a deep desire to share and give back to others. Please trust that there is always someone on the other end of your phone or computer who really, truly cares for you and your child in the way I would want someone to care for me if the situation was reversed.

I am honored to be a part of your path to better health,
Dr. Amy

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When The Methylation Cycle does not function optimally, it can result in significant consequences as this particular nutritional pathway has been implicated as affecting all causes of mortality. While this may be alarming, since The Methylation Cycle is a nutritional pathway, the use of supplementation may actually help to restore its activity. In terms of supplements, I want to clarify that you do not have to add every single supplement in a given category or every single supplement I may suggest within a client file review. The lists of supplements are options; as always, consult with your health care professional. I offer my expertise and knowledge as to what supplements may helpful for a given imbalance and leave the choice to you and your doctor to determine which best suits your needs.


With Love & Hope for Better Health Always,
Dr. Amy