Location: Yonge & Sheppard
Amy received her Master of Physical Therapy from the University of Western Ontario. During her studies, Amy volunteered at various local and international sporting events, including the Canadian Eastern University Ultimate Championships and Skate Canada International. Amy also attended extracurricular workshops and courses including Fowler-Kennedy Sport Medicine's "The Unstable Shoulder", AFCI's Acupuncture Part 1, and CBIA's "The Bobath Concept".
Amy is currently a member of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association and its Orthopedic Division. To advance her clinical skills and knowledge, she regularly attends courses on functional rehabilitation. Most notably, she has completed the McMaster Contemporary Medical Acupuncture program, Level 2 Manual Therapy certifications and Mulligan Concept courses, among others. Amy is thrilled to share that she has been accepted into the Gray Institute for Functional Transformation and will be a part of the Fellowship of Functional Applied Science in 2014.
Prior to her physiotherapy training, Amy had completed a double major in Psychology and Physiology at the University of Toronto, and graduated with an Honours Bachelor of Science with High Distinction. Upon graduation, she also received the Robert S. Lockhart Graduation Award in Psychology for achieving the highest academic standing in the subject field. Throughout her undergraduate studies, Amy was an active volunteer at the Toronto Rehabilitation Institute, providing assistance to clients who have experienced a stroke or spinal cord injury.
Amy also trained as a dancer with the School of Atelier Ballet, specializing in ballet, baroque dance and classical Spanish dance. As a senior student, Amy performed in Opera Atelier's Dance Through Time series and also instructed beginner ballet classes. She currently practices yoga, plays ultimate frisbee, and trains at the gym.