Schedule an Appointment: provider.kareo.com/amanda-osborne
Amy is actively taking patients for Telehealth. Please see our Telehealth FAQ and schedule on her Kareo Provider page, via the below patient form, or email Amy directly at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Amy earned her Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience with Minors in Spanish, Exercise Science and Psychology from Regis University in Denver, CO. She went on to receive her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Northwestern University in Chicago, Illinois. While in Chicago, she gained valuable clinical experience at the Rehab Institute of Chicago and the University of Illinois at Chicago Hospital treating patients with spinal cord injuries and neurological pathologies. She has taken many continuing education courses related to the treatment of pelvic floor dysfunction and musculoskeletal impairments associated with pregnancy, and is a recipient of a Certificate of Achievement in Pregnancy/Postpartum.
Amy is very passionate about the promotion of pelvic health and breast cancer survivorship and often guest lectures for professional organizations and other community organizations. As an ACE-certified personal trainer with over ten years of experience in the fitness industry, combined with status as a Certified Nutrition Therapist, Amy is considered a local fitness expert. She also teaches courses for correction of diastasis recti and has experience with exercise prescription for the prenatal and postpartum populations. Amy is passionate about providing effective, personalized, evidence-based, and culturally competent care and has extensive experience working with the Spanish-speaking population. Amy is a Denver native and an avid outdoor enthusiast.
Tuesday 07:30 AM - 05:30 AM
Wednesday 09:15 AM - 05:30 AM
Thursday 07:45 AM - 04:15 AM
Friday 07:45 AM - 03:15 AM
‘Amy Osborne was compassionate and very focused on my physical health. She was introspective when it came to figuring all possible ways to help me overcome crushing pelvic pain, and offered patience, caution, and kindness when approaching the issues of pelvic pain.‘