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[Podcast] She Blinded Me with Science – Dr. Amy Haas

It’s really refreshing when someone comes from the research science world into the chiropractic world and brings wisdom with them. Amy Haas is such a person.

Dr. Amy Haas is a New England native, born and raised in Connecticut. After completing a bachelor’s, master’s, and PhD in Biochemistry, Dr. Amy completed a postdoctoral fellowship in the Department of Pathology at Harvard Medical School in Boston. She then accepted a position as a Research Scientist/Enzymologist at ZymeQuest, a small biotech in Beverly, MA specializing in blood products.

After experiencing a series of injuries that had left her unable to enjoy her favorite activities, Dr. Amy tried several approaches to get well again. It wasn’t until she found Structural Chiropractic care that she was truly able to heal and have restored function. This experience was so powerful that she decided to change career paths and become a Doctor of Chiropractic.

After having graduated Summa Cum Laude as a Doctor of Chiropractic, Dr. Amy completed a year and a half of apprenticeship with Dr. Eric Richards of HealthSprout Chiropractic before moving back home to New England to start her own practice.

Dr. Amy Haas is the only doctor in the greater Nashua area practicing her unique and specific focus: NeuroStructural Correction. Unlike many conventional chiropractors in the area, Dr. Amy draws upon her knowledge and experience as both a Doctor of Biochemistry and Chiropractic. This allows her to provide highly effective outcomes and help her patients get the best results she can provide.

She published a paper in the Chiropractic Journal of Australia, along with David Russell, titled “Sustained Improvement of Heart Rate Variability in Patients Undergoing a Program of Chiropractic Care,” a retrospective case series.

The Foundation for Vertebral Subluxation has awarded Amy Haas, DC, Ph.D., Researcher of the Year for her work on its multi-pronged project to address questions related to the role of chiropractic care in immune function.

When not in her practice, Dr. Amy can be found playing with her dogs, cooking healthy dishes, practicing yoga, or exploring greater New England’s outdoor recreational opportunities.

On this podcast, you’ll hear Dr. Amy talk about:

  • Leaving research for chiropractic
  • Heart rate variability and chiropractic
  • Her camper
  • And MUCH More!

Amy will be one of the CE presenters at Mile High 2023 in Denver, September 21st–24th. Make your reservations now to join Amy and the other awesome presenters at the 11th year Mile High. It’ll be even more awesome than a 10! You can register now at


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[Podcast] She Blinded Me with Science – Dr. Amy Haas