7253 S 76th St
“As a physical therapist, I have the pleasure of playing an integral part in improving people’s lives. I help people get back to living life the way that life should be lived. I enjoy evaluating a person to determine the source of their problem, then correcting that problem through manual therapy skills and exercise. There is nothing more rewarding to me than being able to help a person return to playing or doing the activities they enjoy.”
Amy became a physical therapist primarily because she wanted to personally help others achieve the things they were previously unable to achieve. She wanted to help others feel the satisfaction of having a body that works the way they have wanted it to – in order to enjoy life. Amy has always had a fascination with the body and how miraculous it is. She is intrigued by how pain and injury alter the body and truly enjoys restoring it to the magnificent form it’s capable of being.
Bachelor of Science Physical Therapy Rosalind University/The Chicago Medical School
Bachelor of Science Psychology Indiana University