Amy Slabaugh, Physical Therapist

Amy Slabaugh, PT, DPT, LMT

Eastern Washington University Doctorate in Physical Therapy 2015
Prescott College Bachelors of Arts Wilderness Leadership Human Development 2004
Advanced Certification in Integrative Dry Needling 2016

Clinical Specialties/Areas of Expertise:

  • Treatment of spinal, pelvic, and hip dysfunction
  • Orthopedic extremity disorders
  • Treatment of sports and work-related injuries
  • Neurologic Dry Needling

Personal Interests:

Amy grew up on Whidbey Island, Washington riding and competing horses in the Three Day Eventing discipline. Her love for the outdoors and adventure has lead to a diverse climbing, white water, skiing, and mountain biking skill set. Numerous orthopedic injuries lead Amy to pursue her Doctorate in Physical Therapy with the belief that “movement is medicine”. She incorporates Manual Therapy, Therapeutic Exercise, and Integrative Dry Needling into her treatments. In her free time, Amy loves being outdoors riding her mountain bike, skiing, hiking, and gardening with her husband Bucko.