Approach To Treatment

Amy partners with people to optimize function, performance and wellbeing through work with the physical body. Through a full body assessment, Amy looks for the root causes of problems and uses hands on therapy to engage body tissues, structures and systems from the tip of the head to the toe, working towards all moving together in health.

My Approach
Amy's approach to treatment may help achieve goals including increased strength, improved posture, and increased range of motion.
Amy's approach to treatment may help achieve goals including increased strength, improved posture, and increased range of motion.
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The Benefits

Help Manage and Recover From:

  • Motor Vehicle Accident (MVA)
  • Work, leisure and athletic injuries
  • Stiffness and Pain including migraines & TMJ
  • Weakness
  • Poor circulation, mild lymphedema
  • Healing of scars or adhesions of old scars
  • Osteoarthritis, low back & SI dysfunction, Stroke, MS, Fibromyalgia

Help Achieve Goals:

  • Increase strength
  • Improve posture
  • Increase range of motion
  • Feel and sleep better
  • Do activities more easily
  • Improve Digestion
My Journey
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About Amy

Amy is a passionate person who thrives off of helping make a positive difference and helping open up more opportunities for the future. As a youth she participated in a number of sports and recreational activities and went on to play a year of college volleyball. She’s a certified coach in several sports and a volleyball referee.

Mission & GoalsBio & Training

Osteopathic Manual Therapy

Osteopathic Manual Therapy/Practice is the manual (hands on) therapy component of Osteopathic Medicine. Osteopathic Medicine began and continues to be taught as one of two physician programs in the US. Most of the rest of the world don’t have Osteopathic Physician programs, but rather people who specialize in doing the hands on portion only.

We use our hands to assess the state and function of the tissue and structures of the body, and do detective work to find root drivers of various symptoms. Our hands on treatment is gentle, and we work to remove barriers to our bodies’ own attempts to optimize our function and health.


  • Cranial
  • Bone & Joint
  • Lymphatic & Circulation
  • Myofascial Release
  • Nervous System
  • Visceral Manipulation
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Proprioceptive-Deep Tendon Reflex Neurological System(P-DTR)

P-DTR identifies when a muscle does and does not contract well. It uses the response of a well-functioning muscle to various stimuli to give information about the state of sensation receptors in our body.

A treatment phase provides a reset to the state of tissues in an area and the receptors – clearing annoyances to decrease pain and improve muscle function.


  • Gait/Walking
  • Muscle Testing
  • Neurological Patterns
  • Reflexes
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