Prior to obtaining her Doctor of Physical Therapy from the University of North Dakota, Amy graduated with honors from the University of Wyoming, where she majored in kinesiology and health sciences, and minored in psychology.
A driven, dynamic physical therapist, Amy’s practice utilizes a variety of therapeutic approaches tailored to individual patient needs that incorporate a mixture of manual and traditional therapies, as well as non-traditional rehabilitation methods. She is skilled in various areas of physical therapy including outpatient orthopedic, neurological and vestibular rehabilitation, as well as acute care — and has worked with patients ranging from high-performing athletes and golfers to those recovering from stroke and living with conditions such as Parkinson’s Disease.
Amy holds certifications in kinesio-tape and CPR. She is also currently pursuing advanced continuing education in vestibular rehabilitation and a strain counterstrain (SCS) certification from the Jones Institute.
A Jackson Hole native, Amy is naturally a sports and nature enthusiast. She enjoys hiking, camping, snowboarding, wakeboarding, and paddleboarding.
Amy’s Tip: Movement is the medicine for creating change.