Amy Thieringer's A.R.T.® Allergy Release Technique®

About Amy Thieringer

Amy Thieringer is a board-certified Nutrition and Health Coach who created A.R.T. Allergy Release Technique®, an integrative approach and treatment of food allergies. Over the last twelve years, Amy has worked with over three hundred children to conquer their seemingly incurable food allergies—giving them hope where traditional medicine gives up.

In addition to her extensive training with a naturopath, Amy has expertise in different healing modalities including Electral Dermal Screening, Allergy Elimination Technique, Neural Modulation Technique, Eden Energy Medicine, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Amy developed A.R.T. by piecing together the most relevant and helpful aspects of her various trainings in combination with her years of observing the needs and progress of her patients. A.R.T. uses a combination of Acupressure, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Immunotherapy so that patients can eat the foods or be exposed to the environmental allergens that would have previously caused intensive allergic reactions, including anaphylaxis. Allergy Release Technique holistic therapy supports patients with a unique, proven, safe, and graduated method that over time empowers them to eat, play, and live free of allergies.

Children’s Hospital Boston is currently conducting a retrospective study on the A.R.T. process to clinically validate the transformative results of Amy’s work, documenting how A.R.T. has enabled many of Children Hospital Boston’s former pediatric patients to safely free-eat formerly life-threatening foods.

Amy is featured in a book titled The Other Side of Impossible by Susannah Meadows released by Random House in May 2017, chronicling innovations and perspectives of groundbreaking holistic practitioners.  Amy has also been featured in many media outlets, including The New York Times, The Dr. OZ Show, O – The Oprah Magazine, and CBS News.

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Quotes from kids and parents!

“Harper happy face soothes and welcomes me before seeing Amy.”
“Harper helped my sister overcome her fear of dogs.”
“Harper helps with my eczema because she distracts me from itching.”
“Harper makes me feel calm and happy when I come into the office.”
“Harper is so gentle and lovable that she calms and helps me to relax.”
“Harper makes me happy. She’s so cute and friendly.”