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Amy E. Coleman, MD

Amy E. Coleman, MD


Through crafting successful performance optimization programs for elite air personnel and soldiers, Dr. Coleman developed a deep understanding of how streamlining health requires a full-spectrum approach. It starts with a “top-down” focus on evidence and systems-based medicine.  Equally important is the “bottom-up” approach, which includes teaching and treatments toward greater relational mind and body connections.

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About Amy E. Coleman, MD

Clinical Expertise

Dr. Coleman was a Family and Occupational Medicine Physician for five years and also spent five years as a practitioner of emergency and wartime first-responder medicine. She has eight years of experience in military medical leadership as a United States Air Force Human Factors Expert in peak performance. She has three years of functional medicine experience with the Institute of Functional Medicine (IFM) and has practiced Japanese acupuncture for 10 years.

What I love about Parsley Health
The teamwork and camaraderie of providers working together to solve complex cases and create a supportive environment for each other.
Training Institutions
Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University, University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, Aerospace Medical School at Brooks Air Force Base, University of Kentucky Family Practice Residency, Structural Acupuncture for Physicians Program at Harvard Medical School, Institute of Functional Medicine Fellowship
Previous Positions
Dr. Coleman served as an expeditionary Flight Surgeon during Operation Iraqi Freedom and was promoted as the first and youngest female Commander of the Special Operations Clinic at the Air Force European Headquarters in Ramstein, Germany. She was appointed as physician to fighter pilot squadrons, special forces units, U.S. embassies, and generals, and to NASA as Chief Medical Coordinator for the Space Shuttle Trans-Atlantic Landing Missions (TAL).
What I’m most excited to bring to Parsley Health members
Partnership with my patients in connecting them to truths that empower their body, mind, and spirit to heal.
Ask me about
Anything! I am an open book.
Most likely to find me
Studying Taoist classical Chinese medicine under my teacher, Jeffrey Yuen; contemplative meditation and prayer; training and showing my horses in the sport of equestrian show jumping; rollerblading; weight training
Language Proficiencies
Some conversational German and Japanese

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A Parsley Health membership does not replace health insurance. We advise all members to maintain a separate health insurance plan of their choosing. For blood work, insurance frequently offers full coverage. Please also note that the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) includes a requirement that all U.S. citizens purchase health insurance. A Parsley Health membership does not meet this requirement.

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What types of diagnostic testing does Parsley Health perform?

We offer both standard blood work and in-depth specialty testing to help construct a comprehensive picture of your health and better inform treatment. A personalized testing plan will be recommended by your doctor. Some of our most frequently prescribed specialty tests assess allergies, cortisol, genetics and microbiome health.

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Doctor’s visit(s), health coaching visit(s), unlimited messaging (annual membership only) with your care team through an online patient portal, and access to prescriptions and supplements.

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