Adam Virgilio, D.C.
Adam Virgilio, D.C. is a native of Atlanta, Ga. Dr. Virgilio received his bachelor of science degree in Psychology at Valdosta State University. He graduated from Life University in 1999 where he received his chiropractic degree.
“I’m a strong proponent of integrated healthcare and believe in taking the time to actually listen to a patient’s health questions and concerns and seek solutions that don’t just cover up the symptoms”.
Dr. Virgilio enjoys all aspects of patient care treating patients of all ages, sports injuries, weekend warriors, and professional and amateur athletes. Dr. Virgilio enjoys providing community service where he is a wellness consultant specializing in musculoskeletal and spinal related conditions.
Dr. Virgilio continues to reside in Gwinnett County and enjoys spending time with wife, three sons, traveling, exercising, and snow skiing.
Amit Shah, M.D.
Dr. Amit Shah, MD loves helping his patients experience positive change in their health. He helps each patient achieve the best outcomes and results based on his years of in depth medical training.
He went to college at Princeton University, where he studied physics. He later then went onto earn his medical degree from the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. He then completed his internship and residency in Social Internal Medicine at Montefiore Medical Center in the Bronx, New York, where he learned the biopsychosocial model of disease. After that, he completed training in cardiology at Emory University where his interest in the effects of stress on the heart and holistic interventions grew.
Dr. Shah brings not only his clinical expertise into his patient care but his joy and life interests too. If you ask, you just might find out his secret ingredient in his favorite vegetarian recipe. But let it be known that if you talk college basketball, you better be a Kentucky fan around Dr. Shah.
A brilliant mind, a caring doctor and a proud father are just a few of the qualities that make Dr. Shah such a valuable asset to the Optimum health team and the patients he serves.
Kobina Wilmot, M.D.
Dr. Wilmot grew up in Southern New Jersey and stayed through his medical school training at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School. He completed his residency at Emory University School of Medicine. His parents are from Ghana and both immigrated to the US in the 70’s for school. Dr. Wilmot has been blessed to visit his Ghanaian relatives five times throughout his life.
As a proponent of general wellness and preventive both integral components of Optimum Health and I believe its a great collaboration based on mutual interests. I love the ability to see patients gradually improve from symptoms such as pain and fatigue. The Optimum Health team would describe Dr. Wilmot a fun-loving, open, jovial person who loves the opportunity to empathize with and understand the situations of his patients.
Dr. Wilmot played piano from age 6 through high school and achieved many awards in competitive piano. Along with music, he has a strong interest and knowledge base in business and personal finance. In his spare time, he loves watching sports since he is a big time Philly sports fan especially the Eagles.
Amy Davis, N.P.-C.
Amy has always had a desire to help people and to improve their quality of life. It is for this reason that she became a nurse. Amy received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Georgia Baptist College of Nursing in Atlanta and her Master’s of Science degree from Brenau University in Gainesville.
Her background consists of oncology, plastic surgery, orthopedics, neurology, pain management and integrated medicine. It was through functional medicine that Amy realized just how important treating the “entire” person was. “Functional Medicine is very different from traditional medicine. In traditional medicine, we are taught to basically treat symptoms. It was always quite frustrating for me to meet with a patient and not be able to tell them what was causing their problem. When I went into functional medicine and started looking at body systems and how they interacted together, I was amazed”. Finally I had answers and could explain to patients why they were feeling bad”.
In addition to nursing, Amy enjoys camping, being outdoors and spending time with her husband, two children and a boxer named “Dooley”.