Amy Tredo graduated from American International College in 2001 with honors in Masters in Physical Therapy.
She has concentrated in outpatient orthopedic physical therapy specializing in various “hands-on” manual therapies to understand the “core” of her patients’ problems.
In the fall of 2019, Amy successfully obtained certification in Integrative Dry Needling. This technique is used to treat soft tissue pain related to inflammation, scar tissue formation, sensitized nerves, tissue adhesion, as well as blood and lymphatic circulation.
Her experience also covers working in skilled nursing facilities and home health care. She has taken a special interest in advanced courses in Vestibular Therapy and Kinesiotaping. She has also successfully conducted many courses to effectively treat neck pain, low back pain, SIJ pain, TMJ disorders, and vertigo / balance disorders.
American International College, 2001
Masters in Physical Therapy
IDN Foundation Training
Vestibular Therapy and Kinesiotaping
Low back pain
Vertigo / balance disorders.
1111 elm street
west springfield, Massachusetts 01089