Amy received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Oakland University in 2010. She has been treating vestibular patients since that time after being trained by a vestibular practitioner in her final internship. She has worked in hospital, home care, skilled nursing, and outpatient rehabilitation, and has treated vestibular patients in each setting.
Amy has advanced training in vestibular rehabilitation and neurology from the University of Pittsburgh's Eye and Ear Institute and Rehab Seminars, LLC. She will be sitting for the Neurological Clinical Specialist certification from the American Physical Therapy Association in March 2019, and is pursuing certification in pelvic health rehabilitation. Amy has lectured in the physical therapy doctoral program at Oakland University in the endocrine and neurological systems.
Vestibular rehabilitation is one of Amy's first loves and believes strongly in an environment of respectful partnership with her patients to help them achieve their goals and relieve their symptoms. Amy treats most vestibular diagnoses and many other causes of dizziness. She would love to hear from you with any questions and hopes she can help you feel like yourself again!