Dr. Amato and Buddy
Hailing from Brewer, Maine, Dr. Michael P. Amato received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Bowdoin College in 1993 and graduated Magna Cum Laude from Palmer College of Chiropractic, Davenport Iowa in 1997. Due to his outstanding scholastic achievement, he became a member of Pi Tau Delta International Chiropractic Honor Society.
Dr. Amato has been practicing in Staunton, VA for 19 years. He belongs to the Integrity Doctors which provides him with the tools and challenges for a more successful practice. His office team consists of four members: Meredith and Crystal who guide patients through care in the office, Natasha who handles all billing, and Allison who coordinates our outside educational programs.
When not seeing patients, Dr. Amato is often out bicycling through Augusta County or playing badminton in his back yard with his wife Wendy and daughter Elizabeth. Dr. Amato is also the owner of clinic dog, Buddy.
Atlanta native, Dr. Katrina Weiland, moved to the Shenandoah Valley in 2016 and has called the Valley “home” ever since. Dr. Weiland obtained her Bachelor of Science degree from Kennesaw State University in 2012 and then attended chiropractic school at Life University in Marietta, Georgia. She graduated Magna Cum Laude with her Doctorate in Chiropractic in 2016.
It is no surprise that Dr. Weiland fell in love with chiropractic and became a chiropractor. After being involved in a severe car accident and several different traumas during her career in The United States Army, she was suffering from debilitating migraines and pain. After some sound advice from a friend, Dr. Weiland saw a chiropractor, and it saved her life! After her experience with chiropractic, she knew that she wanted to become a chiropractor and spread the gift of chiropractic to as many people as possible.
When Dr. Weiland is not seeing patients, she is enthusiastically cheering for The University of Georgia Bulldogs and The University of Virginia Cavaliers. During football season, you can find her at every home game sporting her navy and orange yelling “Go Hoos”. You may also find Dr. Weiland walking around town with her nineteen-year-old dachshund, Frank.