PT, CERT. MDT, CYT
Amy Shapses is the owner and founder of Flow Physical Therapy. With over twenty years of experience, she has devoted her practice to the treatment and rehabilitation of patients with breast cancer, musculoskeletal and orthopedic limitations.
She received her Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy from Northeastern University, graduating magna cum laude.
Prior to founding Flow Physical Therapy, Amy was the Director of Physical Therapy at Iris Cantor Women’s Health Center at Weill Cornell Medical College, one of the world’s leading institutions of medical science and patient care.
Amy is a certified yoga teacher, and is currently working towards an evidence based Professional Yoga Therapist certification. She is highly skilled in the John F. Barnes Myofascial and Craniosacral Release Technique, Leduc Method of Lymphedema Management and the McKenzie Method of Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy of the spine. With years of experience, coupled with her attentive and intuitive nature, Amy is one of the leading physical therapists in her field, devoted to the physical and emotional transformation of her patients.
Amy is passionate about giving back to the breast cancer community. Every October, (Breast Cancer Awareness Month) she hosts a series of lectures geared towards educating women about breast cancer. Most recently, Amy developed and presented a pre-op lecture series for patients at Weill Cornell Medical College about preparing for and recovering from breast cancer surgery. In 2014, she organized a patient’s art installation, including self expression drawings to share and allow visibility into a patient’s physical and emotional transformation, and in 2013, she was chosen to inform and comment on Angelina Jolie’s decision about her bilateral mastectomy on Wall Street Journal Live.
Amy Koslowsky earned her combined Bachelors/Masters of Science degree in Physical Therapy from the College of Staten Island. She has been practicing physical therapy for the last eighteen years, specializing in breast cancer rehabilitation, women’s health and orthopedics.
She is trained in the John F. Barnes Myofascial and Craniosacral Release Technique, and is currently studying at the Institute of Integrative Nutrition to become a certified health coach. Amy’s personal interest in wellness, nutrition, fitness and yoga inspire her work as a physical therapist, and allow her patients to reach their goals and recognize their full potential.