Amy joined the Action Potential team in September 2019. Amy graduated from Arcadia University with her Doctorate in Physical Therapy and has developed a passion for treating patients with orthopedic and neurological conditions as well as clients with pelvic floor dysfunction. Amy’s specific interest in treating clients with Parkinson’s disease led to her pursuit of a certification in the LSVT BIG program, a treatment approach to help those with PD move “bigger,” improve their balance, and increase their independence at home. Aside from her profound love for all things Disney, Amy enjoys discussing the latest in treatment techniques regarding chronic pain, vestibular dysfunctions, balance/coordination, prenatal/ postpartum care, and post concussion rehabilitation.
When Amy is not at work, she enjoys training for half marathons, reading, crafting and spending time with her yellow lab Watson.