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Amanda Thiry, DC RN

Amanda Thiry is the medical director and owner of Midwest Allergy Relief Center in Arlington Heights, IL.  She received her Bachelor of Science from Elmhurst College and her Bachelor of Nursing from Rush University.  Amanda holds a Doctor of Chiropractic and certification in Acupuncture from the National University of Health Sciences.   She is also certified in nutrition from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition.  In addition, Amanda has advanced training and certification in Advanced Allergy Therapeutics (AAT).

Amanda began her career in healthcare as an Elementary School Nurse.  It was through her experience working with so many children who suffered from allergies, asthma, and ADHD that she became passionate about helping others experience their world symptom-free.  Amanda realized there must be a better way than her training in conventional medicine to treat people.  She saw that too many people had limited enjoyment of life due to conditions that did not respond to medications.

After researching more natural approaches to health care, she decided to become a chiropractor. As a chiropractor, Amanda spent time working with the underprivileged through the Salvation Army, providing relief from aches and pains, nutritional deficits, hormonal imbalances, substance withdrawal and emotional support and encouragement.

However, Amanda was still looking for something to treat allergies naturally. When she learned about Advanced Allergy Therapeutics, she knew she had found the natural approach to health that she had been looking for.  After receiving her AAT certification and advanced AAT training, she decided to change her practice from Chiropractic and Acupuncture to AAT allergy treatments as an Arlington Heights Allergist 

Owning Midwest Allergy Relief Center is the culmination of a dream come true as it allows Amanda to work at helping people of all ages achieve a level of health naturally and live their lives symptom-free.