Amy Moll, DAOM, LAc

"Improving Function of the Gut-Brain Axis with Acupuncture & Chinese Herbs"

This course maps out the connection between dysautonomia and gut dysfunction from both a modern neuroscience perspective and Chinese medicine understanding, offers neurological exam techniques for assessing the autonomic nervous system, and provides treatment strategies using acupuncture and Chinese herbs. Symptomatology and clinical presentation of dysautonomia will be covered. The information presented will enhance learners neurological assessment skills, help learners to identify underlying imbalances in their patients central nervous system, and gain a greater appreciation for how acupuncture and Chinese medicine can benefit patients with gut dysfunction and central nervous system imbalances.

About Amy

Dr. Moll is a Doctor of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine specializing in neurological disorders, chronic pain, and concussion recovery.  She is an Assistant Professor of Acupuncture at the Carrick Institute. She lectures nationally on topics including concussion recovery, dysautonomia and neurological exam techniques. While in Dallas, Texas, Dr. Moll was the lead researcher on a randomized clinical trial on the effects of acupuncture on cerebral blood flow velocity in mixed martial arts fighters following concussion. She was the team acupuncturist for the professional MMA fighters at Fortis MMA in Dallas Texas, working with UFC and Legacy fighters and is now currently back in private practice in Bend, Oregon providing a unique combination of acupuncture, Chinese medicine, and functional neurology for the treatment of neurological disorders.

Learn more: www.acupunctureneurology.com

Questions?

Contact us at symposium@aoma.edu or 800-824-9987 x203.