Dr. Amy went to PT school at Chapman University where she was fortunate to be exposed to a lot of hands-on experience during school. From working with patients with history of stroke, to spinal cord injuries, to young athletes, to native Spanish speakers in Costa Rica, she is very grateful for her education. She spent most of her clinical experience since graduating from PT school in an outpatient ortho clinic treating common and not-so-common aches, pains, and injuries.
Amy is incredibly grateful and excited to work with Progressive Motion PT because the team loves to learn and teach one another. Continuing education and research are some of her favorite parts of this job so she can always help patients as best as possible.
Amy loves to play soccer, run, bike, hike, do pilates, yoga, run around at the beach, play with her sweet pets, and she loves connecting with other people who are interested in moving their body.
“I’m here to help you move better, feel better, and enjoy life more.” – Dr. Amy