Amy earned her Bachelor of Science in Movement Science from Central Michigan University (Mount Pleasant, MI) in 2007 before completing her Doctorate in Physical Therapy at Oaklawn University (Rochester, MI) in 2010.
Before joining the wonderful team at Oaklawn in 2017, Amy worked for a national healthcare company, traveling the country and treating people of all ages. She specializes in the areas of neurology, vestibular rehabilitation, pelvic health, and critical care, but has many years of experience treating all orthopedic conditions.
Amy received specialty education in pelvic health conditions through the Herman & Wallace Institute. Advanced training for vestibular rehabilitation and dizziness occurred at the Eye & Ear Institute of the University of Pittsburgh.
Amy is passionate about her areas of expertise and works in partnership with her patients to achieve their functional goals and improve quality of life.