Postural Restoration Certified
Newtown, PA 18940

Amy Morris


Amy Morris Physical Therapy

Accessibility:In-Person, Telehealth
PRC Credentialing Earned: 2022

PRI Courses Completed:

Myokinematic Restoration
Postural Respiration
Pelvis Restoration
Impingement & Instability
Advanced Integration
Cervical Revolution
Cranial Resolution
Occlusal Cervical Restoration
Forward Locomotor Movement
PRI Integration for Geriatrics
PRI Integration for Pediatrics
Voice Box Resonation
Interdisciplinary Integration Symposium - 2021
Interdisciplinary Integration Symposium - 2022

Amy graduated from Thomas Jefferson University in 1992 with a master’s degree in Physical Therapy. When she first graduated, Amy was frustrated by her limitations, so she immediately focused on expanding her education and effectiveness. Once she took her first class she was hooked. She loves learning and applying new information to help her patients. Throughout the years, Amy’s areas of focus have expanded based on the needs of her clients. She was drawn to manual therapy because of the healing power of touch and has refined her skills to be more precise and effective. She studies movement and loves to solve the puzzle of how to move more easily and how to be more comfortable in your body. The more she learns, the more she wants to learn. When not with her patients, Amy lives in Bucks County, Pennsylvania with her husband and 3 children.

Amy Morris Physical Therapy

Postural Restoration Center

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