Today's Working Hours - 8 am - 5 pm


Our primary purpose is to get sick people well, and the way we feel this is best done is within the framework of Integrative Family Medicine. We believe medicine is much more than just dispensing pills and we take care of each patient as we would want our own family members to be treated. Many issues face us in our goal of leading a productive healthy life. We are living longer due to the improvement in public health, nutrition, and modern medicine. Yet in many ways we have become less healthy. Obesity, cancer, heart disease, Alzheimer’s, autism, are consuming the population. Much of what we suffer from is self inflicted and based in a lack of discipline. We have been tricked into valuing the momentary pleasure instead of long lasting health. Our health is an amalgam of the air we breathe, food we eat, thoughts we think, which put another way would be, “Health is what we do for our body minus what we do to our body.” Some people come to the doctor looking for the magic pill or to be fixed blaming doctors when they don’t get better, going through a long list of treatments they have done, yet are still smoking, not exercising, eating junk food, and overweight. This brings to mind the joke when a Zen Buddhist opened up a hot-dog stand and his first customer paid with $20 dollars. After waiting, the customer demanded, “Where’s my change?” “Sir,” replied the Buddhist, “change must come from within.” Unless we make certain changes in our life disease will find us again. Of course using homeopathy, acupuncture, and manipulation it is possible to produce what most would call miraculous results, but it is still imperative that we are doing something for our health on our own. Most of us know that our bodies were designed to heal, if we get a cut most likely we aren’t going to bleed to death and in a lot of cases it will heal without even evidence of what happened. Most of our sickness is simply a defense the body has put up to protect itself as the “check engine light”, and most often in conventional medicine the symptoms are treated, which would be like sticking a piece of tape over the light. The problem is still there you just don’t notice it for now until it is too late and you have to replace the engine. Over the years, we have observed inflammatory bowel diseases go into remission, HA1Cs brought down from 13 to 6, women with PCOS begin regular pain free cycles, and 20 year chronic intractable pain all relieved with alternative therapies which previously had failed conventional treatments. Thus far, it has been our experience that conventional treatments are well suited in the acute setting but are often lacking when it comes to chronic conditions. Bottom line, we want to find what works and does the least amount of harm, whether it is a conventional or alternative method.

Dr. Ehle, a Texas native, earned his Bachelor's in Nutritional Science from Texas A&M and his medical degree from Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine. He is board certified in Family Medicine, Medical Acupuncture, and Integrative Medicine. Dr. Ehle teaches at Texas Tech University HSC School of Medicine and enjoys family time, soccer, and photography

Kate, from the Texas Panhandle, earned her Bachelor's and Master's in Nursing from West Texas A&M University, graduating Magna Cum Laude. With nearly a decade of experience in intensive care and cardiology, she now focuses on individualized, science-based care. Outside work, Kate enjoys family time, gardening, and new adventures.

Cody Wright, a Family Nurse Practitioner from Amarillo, Texas, holds degrees in Sports and Exercise Science and Nursing from West Texas A&M University. With experience in Surgical Intensive Care and Urgent Care, he recently completed his Master's in Nursing. Cody is passionate about wellness, especially pediatric care, inspired by his son with Down Syndrome. He enjoys running, golf, and family time.

Alexis Wright, a certified Family Nurse Practitioner, holds nursing degrees from West Texas A&M, Texas Tech Health Science Center, and Frontier Nursing University. She has nearly 20 years of experience as a group fitness instructor and provides primary care in rural areas. Alexis enjoys reading, podcasts, hiking, and family time.

Dr. Beth Evans, a native of Clovis, NM, holds degrees from West Texas A&M and Colorado University, and a Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Parker College. She specializes in both human and animal chiropractic care and is completing her acupuncture certification. Beth and her husband live on a 100-acre ranch, where she enjoys working with livestock, showing horses, and outdoor activities.




Monday8 am - pm

Tuesday8 am - 5 pm

Wednesday8 am - 5 pm

Thursday8 am - 5 pm

Friday9 am - 1 pm

The office is closed from 12-1 for lunch.

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  • 11 Medical Drive, Amarillo, TX 79106

  • (806) 355-9355

  • (806) 340-7975