Amy’s professional work experience began at Moramarco Chiropractic Office, in 2002, while a student at Quinnipiac University. A patient of Dr. Moramarco since adolescence, Amy began working with him just as he was beginning his research and work in scoliosis rehabilitation. Initially trained during the launch of our Pneumex program for scoliosis, Amy assisted and trained area adults and adolescents on the unweighted-exercise equipment. As a result, she is extremely knowledgeable about Pneumex and its functions and use for scoliosis patients, sports injuries and back pain. Amy also assisted with exercise rehabilitation and offered assistance with patient care and supportive modalities.
Upon graduation from Quinnipiac University, in 2003, Amy embarked on a career in her field of study, occupational therapy. Initially, her focus was on children from infancy to three-years old with feeding and sensory processing difficulties, developmental disabilities, Downs Syndrome, and those on the autism spectrum. In time, Amy expanded her focus and professional experiences to include working with adolescents with gross and fine motor delays and developmental challenges.
In the interim, Amy married and became the mother of two daughters. She and Dr. Moramarco maintained their long-time connection and after the birth of her second daughter, the timing was finally right for Amy to join the team at Scoliosis 3DC℠.
Dr. Moramarco has mentored and trained Amy to join him in his efforts to improve the lives of those with scoliosis via Schroth Best Practice® scoliosis exercise protocols. Easy-going, sharp, compassionate and affable, Amy and Dr. Moramarco have a great partnership and patients benefit from learning the Schroth Method from both of them. They are both completely committed to offering the highest quality non-surgical, conservative care for adults and adolescents with scoliosis. Amy is a tremendous asset to our Scoliosis 3DC℠ team and patients love her!