Getting Started

If what you have learned on this site makes sense to you and you are ready to incorporate amino acid therapy to address the cause of neurotransmitter imbalance, contact us to get started. We have worked with people all over the world using amino acid therapy to address their underlying neurotransmitter imbalances and we can help you as well.

The initial consultation can be done over the phone and is just $60. Follow up appointments can be done over the phone or in the clinic and are billed only for the time used (typically 10-20 minutes).  You can begin by going to our sister site, Natural Solutions for a Healthy You, and filling out this form.

We look forward to helping you restore optimal neurotransmitter function.

12 Comments

  1. melody mcdonald

    Thank you for your work. I live in the Palo Alto/Stanford area in Northern California. Do you have any MDs that work in this area that works with Parkinson’s and Amino Therapy. I would like to get in touch with the appropriate people as soon as possible. Thanks you.

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    • aatadmin

      Hi Melody,

      Thank you for your inquiry; while I do not know of any practitioners in your area, you may be able to find a referral by contacting NeuroResearch at 877-476-7229. If they do not have someone in your area, I would be happy to work with you. Please give us a call and set up an appointment at your earliest convenience.

      Good luck!

      Dr. Chad

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    • Rozie

      Hi your work sounds wonderful . I suffer from Parkinson Disese and live in London. Do u have or know any Dr or anyone , who knows and help me with the amino acid treatment .would forever be grateful

      Reply
      • aatadmin

        Hi Rozie,

        Thanks for contacting us – I apologize for my delinquent response; for some reason I was just alerted to your comment today.

        We have many clients in the UK that we work with using amino acid therapy (as there is not a provider in the area that I know of); if you’d like to get started, please contact us: http://amino-acid-therapy.com/contact-us/.

        I look forward to speaking with you!

        Sincerely,

        Dr. Chad

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    • Annette Fentin

      i am very interested in your amino acid therapy
      I live in Boca Raton Fl.
      I’m 87 years and what should I do.

      Reply
  2. Diane Macnamara

    Hello, I’m Live in the south east of England And I am very interested in your therapy do you have any doctors in my area that are willing to use
    your amino acid’s therapy?

    Reply
    • aatadmin

      Hi Diane,

      Thanks for contacting us. To my knowledge, there are no providers in the UK that are offering amino acid therapy. However, we may be able to work with you via Skype (we currently have many clients in the UK). If you are interested in setting up an initial Skype consultation, please contact my office manager at CustomerCare at naturalpathhealthcenter.com.

      I look forward to the opportunity to speak with you –

      Sincerely,

      Dr. Chad

      Reply
  3. Nancy Evans

    I am self diagnosed of a lifetime dopamine deficiency imbalance, intensified by 8 years chronic pain during which the epinephrine and norepinephrine tried to control the pain, then a brainstem stroke 4 years ago magnified all neurologic interactions. I have a lifetime of drug reactions, many seratonin syndrome reactions to a single drug or substance that increases seratonin. I am with Kaiser and getting no help. I have no depression, no Parkinson’s ,ADHD etc. Reading Dr Hintz, and your material I started taking L-Tyrosine and supplements. I have gotten relief with this but wish I knew how much to take and how to sustain it. Tried UCLA but don’t fit study parameters. Can you help me?

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    • aatadmin

      Hi Nancy,

      Thanks for contacting us. Without additional information, I can’t definitively say whether we will be able to help you or not. However, based on your positive response thus far, it is likely we will be able to help you at the very least improve your current condition. Please contact us if you’d like to get started: http://amino-acid-therapy.com/contact-us/.

      I look forward to speaking with you –

      Sincerely,

      Dr. Chad

      Reply
  4. carry

    Hi, My question is, If someone takes opiates for chronic pain, its obviously the culprit of lacking neurotransmitters. Would amino acid therapy help someone while still taking the medications? Chronic pain wont allow them to stop the meds, so I assume they cannot benefit. Is that correct?

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    • aatadmin

      Hi Carry,

      Great question; in this instance, using the amino acids could help prevent further depletion (either due to medication use or from chronic inflammation) while one works to address the cause(s) of the chronic pain.

      Hope that helps!

      Dr. Chad

      Reply

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