Amy Moll, L.Ac.

Chief Acupuncturist

and Founder of

Healing Response Acupuncture

& Integrative Medicine

About Amy

Amy Moll founded Healing Response Acupuncture & Integrative Medicine at the age of 25 after completing a Masters in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine magna cum lauda from Northwestern Health Sciences University in Bloomington, Minnesota. After practicing in Bend, Oregon for eight years, Amy relocated her private practice to Dallas, Texas while also pursuing a doctorate degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from the AOMA School of Integrative Medicine with a specialty in pain management and concussion recovery. She is a current scholar at the Carrick Institute of Clinical Neuroscience and Rehabilitation.

She specializes in sports medicine, concussion recovery, chronic pain and neurological disorders. Amy is involved in ongoing clinical research to study the effects of specific therapies on normalizing cerebral blood flow and reducing biomarkers of neuronal damage during the acute stage following traumatic brain injuries.  She teaches educational seminars on the topic of concussion recovery and brain health to acupuncturists and other healthcare providers, speaks to veteran’s groups on the topic of brain health, and is a contributing author to Acupuncture Today, and PALEO Magazine.

 

Licenses, Certifications & Degrees

  • Licensed Acupuncturist, Texas Medical Board
  • Doctor of Oriental Medicine & Acupuncture Physician, Florida Board of Acupuncture
  • 2016 Doctoral Candidate, DAOM program at AOMA School of Integrative Medicine
  • Diplomate in Acupuncture, NCCAOM
  • Diplomate in Chinese Herbology, NCCAOM
  • Rocktape Level 1 & 2 Certified, RockTape
  • Kinesio tape Level 1 & 2 Certified, Kinesio Taping Association
  • Craniosacral Therapy Level 1 Certified, Upledger Institute
  • Master of Oriental Medicine, Magna Cum Laude – Minnesota College of Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine at Northwestern Health Sciences University

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Memberships

Texas Association of Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine: www.taaom.org

The Society for Acupuncture Research:  www.acupunctureresearch.org

 

Hear what others have to say about Amy. . .

I have been receiving acupuncture therapy from Amy Moll of Healing Response Acupuncture and Integrative Medicine for several months now. Within the first couple of treatments of acupuncture, my chronic neck pain and headaches went away. That is truly remarkable! Amy’s calm and gentle nature is always reflected throughout the course of my acupuncture treatment. She is very thoughtful and comprehensive in her approach to addressing my current and specific needs each session. I am extremely confident in Amy’s ability to help me keep my overall health and well-being in balance AND a priority. I highly recommend her services to anyone interested in the healing and restorative power of acupuncture!

Janel

Healing Response Patient, Dalas, TX

It is really amazing how Amy can make my back pain disappear. She is an angel, a goddess with little needles and intuitive hands….

Susan

Healing Response Patient, Dallas, TX

I wanted to let you know for the 1st time in weeks I don’t have tingly in my fingers and pain in my wrists! THANK YOU!

Janice

Healing Response Patient, Dallas, TX

I’d like to take this opportunity to describe how my acupuncture therapy has helped my traumatic arthritis in my left thumb. In college, I crashed on my bicycle, and being a starving student didn’t get my thumb looked at. Over the years it become a bit deformed and began to hurt with certain activities. Last summer it became problematic and extremely painful while using the clutch on my motorcycle. I was told surgery was probably the answer, as the tendon would catch and I couldn’t use it at all. I started acupuncture and the results have been amazing. The tendon no longer catches and I can ride my bike without pain – which is wonderful as it is my passion. I can’t say enough about how much it’s helped!

Gail

Dallas, Texas, Family Nurse Practitioner