Dr. Amy Rothenberg graduated from Antioch College with a degree in Biology. She holds a Doctorate of Naturopathic Medicine from the National College of Naturopathic Medicine in Portland, Oregon. She has been in private practice since 1986.
Her book, The A Cappella Singer Who Lost Her Voice & Other Stories from Natural Medicine (BJain Publishers, 2010), has received wide acclaim. She has long been a contributor to journals and magazines that highlight the efficacy and scope of practice of natural medicine. She is known for her lively lectures to both lay and professional students throughout the United States & abroad. She has taught students at the high school and college level as well as in medical and naturopathic school settings and is a featured speaker at conferences for industry and for groups interested in understanding or implementing natural medicine approaches.
Dr. Rothenberg is often interviewed by members of the media and by other authors who seek a natural medicine perspective on current health care topics.
She sees patients at the out patient clinic, Naturopathic Health Care in Enfield, Connecticut, which she established with her husband & longtime collaborator, Dr. Paul Herscu founder of the Herscu Laboratory. They also founded and continue to teach through the New England School of Homeopathy. Together, they have three lovely grown children. When not busy with the world of natural medicine Dr. Rothenberg enjoys spending time with friends & family, singing, rollerblading & working out, participating in community service projects and practicing the art of bookbinding from her home in Amherst, Massachusetts.