Austin UltraHealth

Services Offered: Funtional Medicine


Functional Medicine is personalized medicine.
It is a new and comprehensive approach to health care that focuses on prevention and finding the underlying or root cause of illness, instead of simply treating the symptoms of disease.
Functional Medicine is a science-based approach to healing. The basic principle is that each person is biochemically unique and, therefore, no one treatment is right for everyone. The approach is individualized for your health needs and focuses on a patient-centered not disease-centered model of care.

Amy Myers, MD has extensive training in Functional Medicine, Integrative Medicine, and Nutrition. She has trained under the country’s leading Functional Medicine and Integrative Medicine physicians Dr. Mark Hyman and Dr. Andrew Weil.  Dr. Myers completed her residency in Emergency Medicine at the University of Maryland / Shock Trauma.  Prior to opening Austin Ultrahealth, she worked as an ER physician at University Medical Center at Brackenridge and Dell Children’s Medical Center in Austin.

Brianne Herman, RD LD is a nutritionist with training in dietetics at the University of Texas at Austin.  During her time at UT she completed her dietetic internship working at Seton Medical Center, the Texas Department of State Health Services, and a private practice with a local dietitian.  Prior to joining the team at Austin UltraHealth, Brianne counseled patients with various nutritional needs, taught healthy lifestyle programs for children and families with the Austin YMCA, and worked with the Healthy Eating Team at the Whole Foods Market Global Headquarters.

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Contact Info:

Contact: Amy Myers, M.D.

Suite: D-203

Phone: 383-5343

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