Adjunct Professor- Health and Wellness
MS, Sports Medicine- Athletic Training, East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania, 2010
BS, Sports Medicine- Athletic Training, East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania, 2008
Amy enjoys researching the advancements in injury treatment and evaluation, the Functional Movement Screen evaluation system and and it’s clinical integration, as well as functional Gait kinematics and their relationship to running, and the breakdowns it can predict.
Amy’s teaching interests lie within the health and wellness field. I enjoy educating students in the wellness class about basic fitness concepts, and then building upon the basic principles educating students towards life long fitness.
Amy is a member of The National athletic Trainers Association, Illinois Athletic Trainers Association, The Great Lakes Athletic Trainers Association, and the Illinois Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance
Amy has been an athletic trainer for 6 years working with teams from the semi-pro, and college level to high school and middle school. Amy currently works in a clinic providing physical therapy and personal training to athletes and clients of all ages while attending Eureka College.
Besides work and school Amy enjoys spending time with her husband Cody, traveling, running, and competing in a variety of distance running events.