Dr. Amy Haas is a New England native, born and raised in Connecticut. After completing a B.S. (Bates College) followed by a M.S. and Ph.D. (Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee), all 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 a biotechnology company in the greater Boston area. While at this position, Chiropractic found her, and after some soul searching, she decided to change her professional direction. In 2004, Dr. Amy left her traditional career as a scientist to become a Doctor of Chiropractic.
After graduating Summa Cum Laude as a Doctor of Chiropractic from Life University in 2009, Dr. Amy trained for a year and a half as an associate before moving back home to New England to start her own full-time LACVS-centered practice in 2010. As a chiropractor, Dr. Amy draws upon her knowledge and experience as both a Doctor of both Biochemistry and Chiropractic. This allows her to provide highly effective individualized chiropractic care for her patients, while simultaneously observing objective patient outcomes with the intention of contributing to the growing body of Chiropractic research. Since 2017, Dr. Amy has published two original papers and collaborated on a third, with a fourth original manuscript in preparation, and has shared her unique perspective and work with many Chiropractic audiences both nationally and internationally.
Dr. Amy’s goal is to use her science background to create unique resources that express the value of chiropractic care in a way that is biologically and philosophically congruent, and easily understood by both Chiropractors and the people they serve.
When not in her practice, Dr. Amy can be found spending quality time with her labrador retrievers Roxy and Sagan, hiking up mountains, practicing yoga, and exploring greater New England’s outdoor recreational opportunities.