Amy J. Burke, D.C. is an internationally experienced chiropractor and educator, trained in the leading edge of both chiropractic practice and principles. She received her Bachelor’s degree, Magna Cum Laude, from the University of California at Berkeley. She then graduated Magna Cum Laude from Life Chiropractic College West, receiving her Doctorate in Chiropractic in 1999. She is part of the Bio-Geometric Integration teaching staff (www.bgiseminars.com) and has taught BGI concepts to chiropractors throughout the United States, in Paris, France, in Florence, Italy, and in Mallorca, Spain.
Amy J. Burke, D.C. founded the Studio Chiropratico Forza Vitale, a chiropractic healing studio in the historic center of Parma, Italy. She maintains licensure in both New York and California.
A member of the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA), the Holistic Pediatric Association (HPA), she is also a certified practitioner of the Webster Technique. A seasoned health professional, she has worked in the field since 1990, maintaining private practices in Santa Barbara, the San Francisco Bay Area, and Northern Italy. Amy’s specialty and passion is working with women through their pregnancy, infants, children and families. Amy consistently works with NYC’s most gifted midwives and doulas to provide their client’s with a supportive, loving environment during pregnancy, labor and after the baby is born. Amy proudly participates in community events geared towards pregnant women, such as the “Biggest Baby Shower” organized by urbanmama.com, Miles for Midwives 5K in Brooklyn’s Prospect Park, and the Healthy Birth Fair in Union Square organized by the Choices in Childbirth team.
Amy J. Burke, D.C. is dedicated to providing exceptional chiropractic care to you and your family.
From Inhale/Exhale Magazine, Spring/ Summer 2004:
"While chiropractic can be very effective for addressing back pain, most people don’t think of it as a way to help with asthma, carpal tunnel syndrome, or constipation. Yet chiropractic has helped resolved these ailments and hundreds more. "The spine houses the control center of nerve flow, affecting every function on many different levels, " says Amy J. Burke, D.C. "Even slight tension can cause the body to function at less than 100 percent. Chiropractic releases accumulated tension so that people can experience not just the absence of disease, but their own magnificence. That’s something we all deserve."