Physician Amy Oros is a caring healer interested in helping those
searching for wellness. Her goal, her mission, is to spend time
with each patient, listening with empathy so that together you can
evolve a plan that will lead to lasting wellness.
Dr. Oros has a BA in Psychology from Berry College (1993) and graduated
summa cum laude with an MS in Oriental Medicine and a BS in
Professional Health Studies from the Florida College of Integrated
Medicine. Being board-certified as a Diplomate in Oriental Medicine
and Acupoint Injection Therapy allows her to practice both acupuncture
& Chinese herbology as a primary care physician. She is
also a trained Neural Therapist and practices "German Style Acupuncture,"
and herbs and a German medicine known as Neural Therapy. She
knows, and has seen firsthand that there is great healing power in
addressing old injuries and traumas so that they no longer greatly
impact your health moving forward.
Acupuncture and neural therapy performed by a licensed Doctor of
Oriental Medicine (DOM) and licensed Acupuncturist can ease a vast
number of problems by treating the underlying cause of the symptoms,
helping the body to get back into balance. In a nurturing and
comfortable environment that encourages good communication, Dr. Oros
gives her patients the signals and supports that their bodies need
in order to achieve long-lasting health and healing. When
you become a patient of Dr. Oros', any questions you have will be
answered. Acupuncture, neural therapy and its possibilities will be
explained to you, encouraging you towards your best health.
On a personal note, Amy and her husband Abe have been trying to make
the move to their forever home in Colorado since 1996. And, they finally
made it in 2016! They bought a small slice of heaven and are in the
midst of completing their home build which Abe designed. Her husband
and she are doing a lot of the work themselves (building kitchen cabinets;
milling and laying oak hardwood floors from old, reclaimed barn wood;
and putting up the deck to name a few projects). She says that life
doesn't get much better than being in the great outdoors with her
pack (Abe and 2 rescue dogs, Molly & Dusty).