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Amy Robinson, PT

Amy RobinsonAmy Robinson, PT
Director of Indianapolis Location

Amy graduated from Indiana University with a Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy in 1996. She has extensive training and experience with pelvic floor dysfunction, chronic pain, orthopedics, manual therapy, and Women’s and Men’s Health issues. She is a member of The American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), APTA Section on Women’s Health, International Pelvic Pain Society, Endometriosis Association, Interstitial Cystitis Association, National Vulvodynia Association, and The International Society of the Study of Women’s Health.


“My patients inspire me on a daily basis and the changes that occur during treatment sessions are absolutely amazing. It is a beautiful process to watch a patient meet their personal goals and I am grateful that I am a part of that process.”

Amy began specializing in Women’s Health in 2000; her studies in this field included participation with The American Physical Therapy Association Section on Women’s Health. She continued to educate herself on the many diagnoses and treatments available by studying with colleagues from the Herman and Wallace Institute for women’s and men’s health issues, colleagues from the Upledger Institute to learn techniques for Craniosacral Therapy and Visceral Manipulation, and with John Barnes, PT to learn Myofascial Release techniques. Amy places a high priority on education as evidenced by her attendance of over 50 continuing education courses over the past 16 years.

Amy established and launched the Women’s Health Program for Tx:Team Therapy in 2000, worked at The Center for Sexual Medicine with Dr. Scott Miles from 2005-2007, and has been recruited by several companies to develop and establish their Women’s and Men’s Health Programs. She has been a guest speaker for the Indiana Chapter of American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, the Society for the Study of Sexuality, and the Indiana Association of Homes and Services for the Aging.