Amy Candon, PT, graduated from the University of Vermont in 2002 with a Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy. In her years of clinical work since then, she has practiced in both private and hospital-affiliated outpatient clinics in Vermont, Maine and Boston with orthopedics and sports related populations. Interest in women’s health and pelvic physical therapy grew out of her own two pregnancies and postpartum world, and she began studying and treating pregnant and postpartum mothers while in Boston. Since this time, Amy and her husband have moved back home to Vermont to raise their daughters, and Amy began working at Pelvic Health in 2015. Pelvic physical therapy has become Amy’s passion, and her orthopedic background with her pelvic floor specialty gives her the tools to look within and beyond the pelvis to address pelvic floor dysfunction and the many diagnoses associated with this.
Her continuing education and training over the years includes several manual therapy courses, Pilates based exercises and equipment, GYROTONIC® movement concepts, movement and performance impairment assessments, Postural Restoration Institute courses, Prenatal and Postpartum Physical Therapy by the American Physical Therapy Association, and several courses on pelvic floor dysfunction and related conditions. In her free time, Amy enjoys spending time with her family, hiking, skiing, yoga, gardening and running.