Amy Gomez, LPTA
University of Rhode Island, 2012
Bay State College, 2016
Physical Therapist Assistant
Amy is a licensed Physical Therapist Assistant who specializes in women’s and men’s pelvic health. After receiving a degree in Kinesiology from the University of Rhode Island, Amy went on to pursue her Physical Therapist Assistant degree from Bay State College in Boston. Dedicated to continued growth and education, Amy has been trained in manual therapy techniques to address musculoskeletal dysfunctions, as well as utilizing biofeedback and soft tissue techniques to address pelvic floor dysfunction.
Amy has a passion for continued education and plans to continue a specialization in Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation to better treat and educate patients on their path to improved pelvic health. Amy is a true asset to us all at INTEGRATIVE with a growth mindset and dedication to excellence in patient care that is sure to impress you, too.
On the weekends, Amy enjoys spending time with her husband, Mario, working out, playing golf, and going to the movies. Amy and her husband love to travel, exploring different cultures, and trying new foods.