Amy is a physician assistant who provides comprehensive care to patients who suffer from chronic non-cancer pain. She works directly with three physical medicine and rehabilitation physicians. Amy believes in a non-opioid-focused approach to treatment and maintains the best method for pain management is multidisciplinary, including interventional procedures, medications, rehab services, exercise, behavioral health and other complementary treatments. Amy hopes to help patients be more active in their daily lives and improve their overall quality of life.
Complex Regional Pain Syndrome
UW School of Medicine and Public Health
Professional Certifications and Education
National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants (NCCPA)
Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science, Chicago, IL
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About Physician Assistants (PAs)
|At UW Health, physician assistants work together on teams with physicians to provide direct medical care to patients of all ages across primary, specialty, hospital and long-term care settings. A physician assistant is an advanced practice provider (APP) with a bachelor's or master's degree. They have education, training and certification in a medical model of care that focuses on the diagnosis, management, prevention and treatment of common and complex medical conditions. They are licensed and board-certified to provide medical care with the supervision of a physician. Physician Assistants are also referred to as advanced practice providers (APPs) and PA-C (certified physician assistant).
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