Amy is a native Eugenean. She received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Montana in Missoula and completed her undergraduate degree in Biology and Spanish from the University of Puget Sound. In addition to working as a physical therapist at the Southtowne OMG clinic, she is also a Key Mentor for the TAI Orthopedic Residency program.
In 2007, Amy began working with TAI and completed her orthopedic residency in 2009. She is a Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist (OCS), a Certified Orthopedic Manual Therapist (COMT), and has her advanced certification in BIKEFIT. She enjoys working in orthopedics, spine and sports rehab, as well as vestibular and balance rehab.
Amy has been an avid cyclist for the last 10 years. She enjoys working with cyclists of all levels to improve bike fit, posture/ergonomics, and efficiency. In addition to working as a physical therapist and cycling, her interests include spending time with her family, running, triathlons, downhill skiing, and honing her skills in the garden and kitchen.