General Questions Do you accept walk-ins? Yes, we accept walk-ins, but we strongly recommend having an appointment to avoid having to wait once you arrive. Walk-ins will be helped depending on physician availability. Do I need to see one of AMC’s doctors before I can see a specialist? It depends on your needs and we…

  For many, the Chinese New Year holiday is a week for traveling, visiting with friends and family, and eating and drinking in excess. At AMC, we have a team of diverse specialists who are dedicated to helping you start the Year of the Monkey happy and healthy. Dr. Nate Balfanz, our mental health and…

Many people are back at work this week after the Chinese New Year holiday. As you get settled back in the office, start your New Year off right with a few back exercises that your spine will thank you for later: 1.Bridges Lie on your back with your knees bent. Squeeze your butt and abs…

  Research shows us how understanding adolescent brain growth can help to increase our understanding of corresponding adolescent behavior By: Dr. Nate Balfanz   As a psychologist who specializes in the treatment of children and adolescents, I often meet with parents who are looking for insights into better understanding their teenage son or daughter. Some…

WHAT THE RESEARCH TELLS US In October of 2014, the American Journal of Public Health published an article by Dr. Adrienne O’Neill and her colleagues reviewing 12 psychological studies focusing on the relationship between diet quality and the mental health status of children and adolescents. Initially, the results were mixed with regards to whether an…

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