Steve Amoils MD
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About meDr. Steve Amoils graduated from the University of the Witwatersrand Medical School with a Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery. He then began an internship at Hillbrow Hospital in Johannesburg, South Africa. After his internship, Dr. Steve Amoils served as Senior House Officer in Orthopedics at Hillbrow before spending nearly a year at various hospitals in London as a locum tenens physician. Returning to Johannesburg, he functioned as Senior House Officer in Pediatrics at the Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital and practiced family medicine. Traveling to the United States, Dr. Steve Amoils worked with pain and spinal cord injury patients at the Walker Institute in Pacific Palisades, California, before moving to the Midwest to accept a three-year family medicine residency at the University of Cincinnati. In January of 1991, Dr. Steve Amoils established a private family medicine practice in Loveland, Ohio, which he managed for more than nine years before accepting a post as Co-Medical Director with the Alliance Institute for Integrative Medicine. In addition, Dr. Amoils has served as the Director of the Board for Premier Medical Associates, Inc. and volunteered with the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine’s Family and Community Medicine Department. Since 1995, Dr. Steve Amoils has given presentations on an annual basis, discussing topics such as integrative medicine, sports supplements, vitamins and herbal products, and fibromyalgia. At the first annual pain symposium at the University of Cincinnati, Dr. Amoils discussed the use of integrative medicine for treating chronic pain. He lectured on using integrative medicine on complex headache syndrome. Additionally, Dr. Steve Amoils has offered his expertise to various advisory panels, such as The Wellness Community Professional Advisory Board and the Blue Ribbon Panel on Complementary and Alternative Medicine/Integrative Patient Care at the University of Maryland Medical Center. In his leisure time, Dr. Amoils stays active by swimming, practicing yoga, and spinning; he is also a certified spinning instructor. He and his wife founded High Chi, a hybrid of spinning, yoga, Pilates, and meditation classes.
Occupation: Co-Medical Director