Amy Robinson, PT, PRPC, CLT (Indianapolis, IN)

Amy Robinson, PT, PRPC, CLTAmy Robinson, PT graduated from Indiana University’s esteemed Physical Therapy program in 1996. Amy has focused exclusively on pelvic, abdominal, hip, and low back dysfunction for the past 14 years and has taken over 600 hours of continuing education in the area of men’s and women’s health. Amy’s areas of practice include the following with training facilities noted in parenthesis: Visceral Manipulation (Barral Institute), Craniosacral Therapy (Upledger Institute), Myofascial Release (John Barnes Myofascial Release Approach), Manual Lymph Drainage Complete Decongestive Therapy (Klose Training and Consulting), and Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation (Herman and Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute, The American Physical Therapy Women’s Health Section, and The Pelvic Health and Rehabilitation Institute). She has extensive knowledge in the evaluation and treatment of urinary and fecal incontinence, pelvic pain, sexual dysfunction, constipation, coccygodynia, pregnancy related pain, postpartum issues, chronic pain, post-surgical pain, orthopedic dysfunction and sports related pain and injuries. Amy strongly believes in allowing for adequate time to listen to each patient’s history and complete a thorough evaluation to identify the source of the dysfunction. Her treatment approach involves hands-on, functional, one-on-one care in a comfortable and private environment.

Amy established and launched the Women’s Health program for Tx:Team Therapy located in Indianapolis, Indiana in 2001, worked at The Center for Sexual Medicine from 2005-2007 with Dr. Scott Miles and Dr. Larry Davis, and worked with Indianapolis based gynecologist, Dr. Scott Miles, for 11 years. Dr. Miles contacted Clear Passage Physical Therapy (CPT) on Amy’s behalf requesting that she be a candidate for the Wurn Technique Certification. Amy passed her certification and joined CPT in 2011 and is currently the Indianapolis, Indiana affiliate. As of December 2012, Accelerated Rehabilitation Centers (ARC) acquired Tx:Team Therapy and Amy currently works for both ARC and CPT. Amy was an invited guest speaker for topics of Urinary Incontinence, Sexual Dysfunction, and Pelvic Pain for the Indiana Chapter of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecologists, the Society for the Study of Sexuality, and the Indiana Association of Homes and Services for the Aging. She has been a teaching assistant for both The American Physical Therapy Association Women’s Health Section and Herman and Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute. Amy is also a member of the American Physical Therapy Association Women’s Health Section (APTA), the Endometriosis Association, the International Pelvic Pain Society (IPPS), the International Society for the Study of Women’s Sexual Health (ISSWSH), the Interstitial Cystitis Association (ICA), and the National Vulvodynia Association (NVA).