Dr. Amy Berglund has taken extensive training in Sports Medicine to advance her career. She earned her Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician degree (CCSP) in 2013 and went on to complete her Diploma in Sports Medicine in 2014. Most recently (2015), she completed her International Chiropractic Sports Physician coursework. These extra certifications have allowed her to travel as a Board Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician. She has traveled both domestically and internationally with TEAM USA. Her favorite trip to date has been to Granada, Spain working with the US Delegation at the World University Games. She has traveled to Mexico with USA Track and Field, and with the U23 National Team, as well as traveled to Kenya as a part of a Medical Mission Trip.
Although Dr. Amy does have a passion for Sports Medicine, she treats family members of all ages, adjusting toddlers, expecting mothers, retirees, and everyone in-between.
Dr. Amy was inspired by her grandfather’s healing hands, knowing she wanted to become a chiropractor since the age of ten. “Amy had written all of her English papers on holistic healing, chiropractic medicine, and health since the third grade,” stated Dr. Amy’s mother, Renee Berglund.
Dr. Amy grew up in an avid outdoor family, spending weekends at the family’s cabin in the Sawtooth Mountains hiking, mountain biking, and whitewater rafting. In the winter she grew up skiing at Grand Targhee, cross country skiing, and skijoring with her Siberian husky, Loki. Dr. Amy also played tennis as a child, eventually playing for the University of Montana.
This love of sports has been a perfect fit into her view of chiropractic medicine. Dr. Amy says, “If one views the human body as a machine, Chiropractic Medicine is the biomechanics that keeps the machine running. If a muscle is not functioning or a bone is out of alignment, it will affect the nervous system, in turn preventing good health.”