As the owner and founder of Amplify Health Chiropractic & Wellness, I know firsthand what it’s like when your concerns aren’t taken seriously by your healthcare providers. My top priority as your chiropractor is to work together with you to understand your story - and to use that information to deliver high quality care that gets you feeling your best.
I chose the name Amplify for two reasons - one, because I believe that your voice is an extremely powerful tool that needs to be heard, and two - because music and art are some of the driving forces of my life, and are scientifically proven to help decrease stress, anxiety, and alter perception of chronic pain. Over the years to come I envision this practice to be a space that helps bring the community together through support of both the sciences and the arts.
I’ve always been fascinated by the mind/body connection and have known from a young age that my future career would involve working closely with people. Shortly after obtaining my bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Massachusetts Amherst, I found myself in a chiropractor’s office for the first time with a bout of sudden severe neck pain.
I was blown away by the conservative approach to care that relied on a combination of manual therapies and corrective exercises and felt better within a few visits. I knew I had stumbled upon something special and decided to pursue my doctorate at Palmer College of Chiropractic in Iowa. After graduation I practiced as an associate in the Chicago suburbs and on the north shore of Massachusetts, treating a variety of athletes, pregnant patients, and people of all ages.
I’m a proud member of the American Chiropractic Association, the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association, and the Forward Thinking Chiropractic Association. I love treating pregnant patients and have had great success helping many pregnant people manage their changing bodies through the Webster technique.
I’m also training to become a BIRTHFIT! Leader, a certification geared towards helping pregnant people navigate the parenthood transition through movement training, preparing them for athletic event of birth and recovery in postpartum. Additionally, I specialize in cupping, instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization (IASTM), kinesiotaping, strength & conditioning exercises, and McKenzie Method of Mechanical Diagnosis (MDT).
I’ve been lucky to live in many places - Florida, Vermont, Massachusetts, Iowa, Illinois, and even India for a summer during undergrad - but nothing has felt like home to me as much as the seacoast of New England. I feel so lucky to be here and I’m extremely grateful to have the opportunity to serve this community for many years to come.
When I’m not at the office, I’m most likely spending time with my husband Kevin and our Australian Cattle Dog Sadie. You can find us swimming, hiking, eating all of the New England seafood we can get our hands on, supporting the local live music scene, and spinning records from our ever-growing vinyl collection.