amy molzen stuke saunders physical therapy

Amy Molzen Stuke, PT, FAAOMPT

Back and Neck Pain, General Orthopedics, Headache Treatment, Incontinence Treatment, Pelvic Health, Myofascial, Craniosacral and Visceral Treatment, Sports Medicine

Clinic: Bloomington

Education: Bachelors of Science in Physical Therapy and Psychology from the University of Wisconsin – La Crosse in 1993.

Joined Saunders: 1995

Amy Molzen Stuke, PT, FAAOMPT

Amy is accepting new patients at this time.

Amy is a specialist in manual therapy, with a Certification in Orthopedic Medicine for the spine and extremities from the International Academy of Orthopedic Medicine (IAOM), a Masters in Orthopedic Manual Therapy from the IAOM, and is fellowship trained in orthopedic manual therapy (FAAOMPT). She is considered an expert in orthopedic evaluation and treatment and has taught manual therapy courses around the country on differential diagnosis of musculoskeletal afflictions.

Amy also has post graduate training in myofascial release from John Barnes, visceral and neural manipulation from the Barrel Institute, incontinence and pelvic pain therapy from Janet Hulme and Herman/Wallace, energy healing from the INEH, and spinal stabilization from Gwen Jull and IAOM.

Amy brings an eclectic and intuitive approach to physical therapy that extends beyond traditional orthopedic care.

Q&A with Amy

Why did you become a physical therapist?

I took an interest test in high school and it said was best suited to be a PT. Who knew an interest test could be so spot on? 

What can patients expect when they see you in the clinic?

A unique blend of traditional and alternative hands on care. Education and guidance on nervous system calming to achieve the best therapeutic results.  

When you’re not working, what do you like to do for fun?

I enjoy reading and listening to books that I learn something from. I get out in nature any moment I can; working in my garden, walks with friends and my dog, exploring state and national parks with my family.

What are your favorite ways of staying healthy?

Any outside activity whether it is biking, roller blading, walking, hiking, or yoga at Lake Harriet in the summer. In the winter we go downhill skiing as a family any chance we can get and play outside with my dog, who loves the snow. Meditation is also very important to me and is a daily goal.

Where is your hometown?

Shoreview, MN

As a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up?

I remember playing “school” a lot. I still enjoy teaching and learning.  

What is your favorite thing about living in Minnesota?

My family lives here, which allows me to spend time with them. I love the seasons and the lakes.