Amy obtained her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Mississippi Medical Center. She completed a residency program through the Ola Grimsby Institute in Seattle WA earning her Orthopedic Manual Therapy certification. She pursued her pelvic health training through the Herman and Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute and The Institute for Birth Healing.
Prior to establishing Moses & Johnson Therapy Associates (MOJO), Amy founded and developed successful pelvic health programs in Washington and Mississippi and is one of the founders of Sundara Wellness Center in Memphis, TN, where she serves as the Director of Pelvic Health. She also lectures at the University of Mississippi Medical Center and speaks at several events throughout the year about pelvic health physical therapy.
Amy provides trauma-informed care and practices somatic experiencing emphasizing the psychosomatic responses our bodies can hold. She is passionate about increasing awareness about pelvic health physical therapy and normalizing care for pelvic conditions.
When Amy is not treating patients or helping MOJO to thrive, she is raising her 3 little ladies to be kind and empowered humans, while adventuring with her coffee loving husband, Dan.