After graduating from The Ohio State University with a degree in Psychology in 2012, Amy pursued her doctorate of Physical Therapy at the University of St. Augustine in San Marcos, CA. After graduating in 2015, she gained experience in outpatient pediatrics, acute care, and outpatient orthopedics. After a few years of exploring, she feels she truly found her passion in working with little ones and their families. She has really come to feel that nothing is more rewarding than watching a child succeed. Amy has a history in gymnastics and cheerleading, which she feels has given her a wonderful sense of body awareness and mechanics. She has experience treating children with congenital torticollis, developmental delay, developmental coordination disorder, Cerebral Palsy, genetic disorders, Down Syndrome, and other orthopedic and sports injuries.
I enjoy being outside as much as possible, spending time with my 2 doodles, reading, and traveling as much as possible!