Amanda Kaufman MD
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Amanda is a family physician practicing integrative medicine for the whole family. She received her medical degree from the University of Michigan where she also completed her family medicine residency. She was on the faculty of the University of Michigan Medical School from 2005 until 2014. She is board certified in Family Medicine since 2005 and Integrative and Holistic Medicine (ABIHM) since 2011.
She is passionate about the negative effects of stress on health and use of mindfulness and meditation to thrive. Interests include preventative medicine, women's health, mindful parenting, child development, breastfeeding, bioidentical hormones, and transgender medicine. She incorporates elements of nutrition, manual therapies, aromatherapy, herbal medicine and traditional chinese medicine with the best of western medicine into her practice. She is married with three small children and enjoys walks in the woods and gardening.
Diana Quinn, ND
Dr. Quinn is a Board-certified Naturopathic Doctor specializing in women’s health, endocrinology and chronic illness. She is a graduate of the National College of Natural Medicine in Portland, Oregon, the longest standing nationally accredited naturopathic college. In her practice, Dr. Quinn offers expertise in evidence-based integrative medicine to empower patients taking an active role in their health care. Her approach is eclectic, incorporating a variety of holistic modalities including nutrition, botanical medicine, homeopathy and mind-body therapies. Committed to increasing access to integrative medicine in Michigan, Dr. Quinn has served as President and Legislative Chair for the Michigan Association of Naturopathic Physicians. She is a founding member of the Ann Arbor Holistic Chamber of Commerce. A passionate environmentalist, she enjoys spending time in nature with her family.
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Abby Humphrey, Dipl Ac.
Ms. Humphrey came to acupuncture, as many do, through pain. An injury incurred in her dance career led her to an acupuncturist in Middletown, CT, where she was attending Wesleyan University. This experience inspired her in turn to Chinese Medicine as part of her bachelor’s degree work in East Asian Studies. Further explorations in complementary medicine brought her to the Swedish Institute of Massage Therapy in New York City, where she received a Certificate in Massage Therapy, and to the Traditional Acupuncture Institute (now the TAI Sophia Institute) in Columbia, MD. where she got her Masters in Acupuncture and Certification in Chinese Herbal Medicine. After moving to Ann Arbor, she co-founded the Center for Sacred Living, a collaborative healing space for practitioners of various modalities. She has expertise in acupuncture techniques for a broad range of health problems and recently received training in cosmetic acupuncture. She is married and has 3 daughters. She enjoys performing and teaching belly dancing. More about Abby ...
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Amy F. Saunders MD, MPH
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Dr. Saunders is a board certified internal medicine physician. She received her MD degree and completed her Internal Medicine residency at Ohio State University, followed by a research fellowship in General Internal Medicine at Duke University. She earned a Masters in Public Health from University of North Carolina at the same time. Since 1992 she has lived in Ann Arbor and was an assistant professor of Internal Medicine at University of Michigan for 20 years. She is co-facilitator for the Faculty Scholars Program in Integrative Medicine and through this program developed rewarding collaborations with many excellent providers of complementary and alternative approaches.
Dr. Saunders offers high quality conventional medical care, diagnostics, and disease prevention. She combines that with broad understanding of integrative nutrition, energy work, manual therapy, and nonpharmacologic alternatives for management of chronic inflammatory conditions. She is married and has 2 daughters and 1 exchange daughter from Switzerland, and in her free time enjoys traveling, music, and gardening.
Susannah Parke, DO
Dr. Parke uses a holistic approach to treat dysfunction in the body. She completed her medical school training at the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine in Maine in 2009, followed by an internship and then three-year residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R) at the University of Michigan. In 2014 she completed a fellowship year in Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine / Neuromusculo-skeletal Medicine (OMM/NMM) at Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine. Dr. Parke worked as faculty at the University of Michigan integrating traditional rehabilitation medicine with osteopathic manipulation before leaving to start her own practice focusing on osteopathic manipulative medicine. She continues as adjunct faculty at the University of Michigan in the department of PM&R and MSU College of Osteopathic Medicine, Department of OMM/NMM.
Dr. Parke uses a variety of techniques to treat patients of all ages. Her treatments are mainly osteopathic manipulative medicine (OMM) and sometimes adjunctive treatments such as peripheral joint injections or prolotherapy. Dr. Parke also enjoys counseling on nutrition and exercise which are integral to overall body function and health.
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Robert Piper, LMSW
Mr. Piper is a Michigan-licensed clinical social worker and long-time Ann Arbor resident. His clinical practice includes behavioral and mind-body medicine, as well as mindful psychotherapy and hypnotherapy. He is married with twin daughters, and three lovable cats.