Amy was born and raised in West Chester, PA. She graduated from the University of Pittsburgh with her B.S. in Athletic Training, which is what peaked her interest in the musculoskeletal system. She went on to become a graduate assistant athletic trainer for the women’s volleyball team at the University of South Florida in Tampa, while obtaining a Masters degree in Sports Medicine. Amy obtained her second Masters degree in Physician Assistant Studies at Salus University. While at Salus, she had the opportunity to practice in a variety of clinical settings, including emergency medicine, sports medicine, and reconstructive plastic surgery. Upon graduating in October 2017, she promptly went on to work as a surgical first-assist in the orthopedic trauma setting for 2 years.
Amy is trained in joint injections, and takes pride in making each patient experience as seamless and comfortable as possible while providing top-notch service. She believes in a multi-dimensional approach to managing pain, and getting to the bottom of the cause. She is passionate about educating patients on their healthcare plan and making sure they understand the reasoning behind each treatment plan recommendation.
Amy enjoys traveling and living an active lifestyle to include lifting weights, hiking, and walking her dog, Wayne.
Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training at University of Pittsburgh
Masters of Science in Sports Medicine at University of South Florida,
Masters of Science in Physician Assistant Studies at Salus University