Feb 20, 2019
Why do zebras don’t get ulcers!?! Listen for ways to rate and reduce the negative effects of stress in the third part of our series with Drs. Amy and Steph.
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BRONSON’S HEALTH PHILOSOPHY
Most illnesses and lack of vitality are caused by unhealthy lifestyles. Our genes alone are not at fault. Most of the time it is what you are doing to your genes.
Many health issues that people suffer with can be helped through natural medicine. The focus of my practice is to provide guidance for my patients so they can achieve better health and wellness.
We work together on the following 3 basics: nurturing balanced energy, the fundamentals of healthy eating, as well as restoring proper spinal and joint movement. These four approaches; functional medicine, acupuncture, nutrition, and chiropractic can help move people toward health and healing.
Health is a process and a lifelong journey that demands our attention. My ultimate goal is to provide care to help people live a full and productive life.
AMY A. BRONSON, D.C., DIPL. Ac
Dr. Bronson received her B.S. degree in Community Health Education from Iowa State University. She received a B.S. degree in Human Biology, and a doctorate degree and initial acupuncture training from the National University of Health Sciences in Chicago. She began her initial training and study in Functional Medicine in 1998.
Dr. Bronson is certified as a diplomate in acupuncture by the National Certification Commission of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) in Washington, D.C. She earned her diplomate status by satisfying the requirements of the examination board of the NCCAOM and other clinical practice criteria of oriental medicine.
Dr. Bronson's additional post graduate acupuncture training was through New York College of Chiropractic and the International Academy of Medical Acupuncture. She is also certified as a Fellow in the Acupuncture Society of America and the International Academy of Medical Acupuncture and has also traveled and studied in China.
She has been in private practice since 1995.