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Amy Rice, MS, PT
Physical Therapist
Center for Pain Management
Indianapolis, IN

About Amy Rice, MS, PT

Amy Rice brings more than 25 years experience in the medical industry to her role as administrator of the Center for Pain Management, located in Indianapolis, IN. She is a licensed physical therapist, a Fellow of the American Academy of Pain Management, and holds a master’s degree in physical therapy and bachelor degrees in biology and music performance. Amy manages day-to-day operations of the Center’s medical practice and surgery center. She is a Fellow of the American Academy of Pain Management, 1999.

Baylor University, Waco, TX 1987, Bachelor of Science, Biology
1988, Bachelor of Music, Instrumental Performance (Cum Laude) University of Indianapolis, Indianapolis, IN
1990, Master of Science, Physical Therapy

Indiana Physical Therapy License, since 1991

Board Certification
Fellow of the American Academy of Pain Management, 1999

Relevant Professional Experience
Started/directed a hospital-based multidisciplinary pain center, 1995-2002
Administrator, Center for Pain Management, 2002 to present



“The Effect of Spray and Stretch on Range of Motion in Children with Spastic Hypertonia” American Physical Therapy Association Annual Conference, Boston, MA, 1991.

Recent blog posts from Amy Rice, MS, PT

August 20, 2010

Will Aerobic Exercise Help My Low Back Pain?

"I'm an 89-year-old with spinal stenosis, and I try to ride a stationary bike for 20 minutes 2 times a week, but I get so tired. What else can I try?"

August 09, 2010

Why Should I Go to Physical Therapy for Back Pain?

A physical therapist explains the benefits of physical therapy for spinal stenosis.

More from Amy Rice's blog "Making the Most of Physical Therapy"

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