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Amanda Morrow is a doctor of physical therapy at UW Health. Amanda cares for adults with pelvic floor dysfunction and a number of orthopedic conditions.
Using a variety of techniques and exercises, Amanda treats everything from joint and back pain to bowel and bladder incontinence, pain with sexual activity (dyspareunia) and pelvic prolapse. She also works with patients recovering from orthopedic surgery or injury.
Amanda strongly believes in providing individualized physical therapy tailored to her patients’ unique needs. She has a special interest in active postpartum pelvic health and providing the LGBTQIA+ community with affirming health care.
In her free time, Amanda enjoys the art of cooking complex meals, traveling, hiking, hockey and playing with her cats.
I entered the medical profession to create a safe and supportive environment to help people reach their functional goals.
- Physical Therapy Direct Access