My name is Amy Tees. I’m a nurse practitioner at Center For Neurosciences. I work under Dr Noland. I do general neurology, but I prefer to see migraine patients – it’s my sub-specialty. I also have migraines, which is part of why I chose to work in the sub-specialty. I have been doing this for about 10 years. I was a neurotrauma ICU nurse at TMC prior to doing this, which is part of what drove me into this profession as well. I am married and I have two children. I work pretty hard – I don’t have a lot of hobbies aside from reading and both of my children play sports, so we are constantly all over the place with our children, watching them play sports. My husband is a firefighter in town and I kind of lead a crazy, harried lifestyle. I got my undergraduate degree from the University of Arizona in 1997. I worked as a nurse for quite a few years and then I went back to school and got my master’s degree from the University of Arizona as well and graduated in 2004. I do have a certification in family practice, but I don’t practice in family practice anymore. I did for quite a while. There is no certification in neurology.