Amanda Ming, DC
Dr. Amanda is a native Texan. She grew up in Houston, but made her way back to central Texas after chiropractic school. Dr. Amanda graduated from Life University, in Marietta, GA in 2015, and has been practicing in Texas since early 2016. She is trained in several chiropractic techniques, and is excited to learn and grow as a practitioner and doctor. She has experience with patients with injuries from sports, work and recreation. She's proficient with adjusting patients with chronic migraines, sciatica, joint pain, muscle imbalances, pregnancy as well as wellness care for young and young at heart. Her approach is gentle, yet effective. Dr. Amanda first became interested in chiropractic care in January 2012, when she was given her first adjustment. With a history of car accidents, sports injuries and concussions, her spine had been misaligned, or subluxated, for many years, but she didn't know it. After her first adjustment, she started noticing changes in her mood and sleep. She has less brain fog and better focus. She got really interested in the change and decided to start Chiropractic school that following April.
SKILLS AND SPECIALTIES
During Chiropractic school, Dr. Amanda became the treasurer of the Upper Cervical Student Society, was accepted into the research track and awarded a scholarship at Life University for her research in upper cervical chiropractic care.
Dr. Amanda is trained and experienced in:
Full Spine Diversified adjusting technique
Thompson adjusting technique
Advanced Toggle Technique
Knee Chest Upper Cervical Specific
The Art of The Specific
Nutritional Response Testing
Neuro Emotional Technique
Whole Food Supplements
EDUCATION AND TRAINING
Dr. Amanda earned her B.A. degree in Art, with a minor in Biology at Texas State University-San Marcos in 2006. She got a certification in Personal Training through NASM, then PTA global as well as a Spinning and TRX group training certification from 2009-2012. In 2015, she graduated from Life University, in Marietta, GA, with her Doctor of Chiropractic degree and certifications in Grostic, KCUCS, and TATS. Her continued education includes:
Adjusting Pediatric Athletes
Correcting the Spinal Cervical Curve
Nutrition Response Testing
All Disease Becomes Autoimmune: Preventing and Reversing the Autoimmune Process
Dr. Amanda was the secretary for the Taylor Area Business Women's group and helped found the mentorship program for Taylor area high school girls. She was also on the scholarship council for high school seniors going to college.
Foundation for Vertebral Subluxation
Texas Chiropractic Association
League of Chiropractic Women
Standard Process and Medi-Herb
DoTERRA Essential Oils
Dr. Amanda played club softball in high school and college. She was the president of the Texas State Softball Club team in 2006, and in 2014, her team took 2nd in Chiro Games softball tournament. She also enjoys running, hiking, SCUBA diving, yoga, and wine pairings. She lives in Round Rock with her husband.