As an Occupational Therapist with a background in kinesiological science, Amy has worked in the Baltimore area in a variety of settings from outpatient, inpatient, and home care with pediatric, adult and geriatric populations. Over the last 23 years, Amy has had the privilege of working with individuals who have required assessment and treatment to develop, rehabilitate or maintain daily living and work skills. Often they have experienced multiple physical, medical, cognitive or emotional disabilities and occupational therapy has bridged the gap to wellness, functioning at work and home, preventing re-injury, and helping them to independently manage their pain and recovery.
Throughout her career, Amy has focused on collaborating with team members and treating every patient with dignity and compassion. Working with patients suffering from chronic regional pain syndrome, back pain, cervical, shoulder and hand pain, pre and post orthopedic surgery, and neurological injuries, her passion has always been to treat each patient as a unique individual. This involves including patients in the treatment plan for decreasing their pain, improving their quality of life and helping them return to a meaningful daily life and work routine.