Amy Welsh is the owner and operator of C.H.O.O.S.E. Physical Therapy, headquartered in Clearwater, Florida.
Born in New Jersey, growing up in the Philadelphia area and attending and getting her Master’s Degree from Temple University in Philadelphia, she is walking tall now a days with her Eagles winning the Super Bowl.
Amy injured her knee in high school and it impeded her ability to perform in sports. She saw a healthcare professional that really helped her, which was the turning point that guided her into health care and in particular sports medicine.
Amy does educational seminars for local country clubs, personal trainers, and schools, including lectures on how to avoid athletic injuries. The business also does health screening for local school sports teams.
C.H.O.O.S.E. permits students interested in physical therapy and sports medicine do job shadowing at the office for a day.
When it comes to health care, there is nothing that takes the place of experience and passion. Amy has been 35+ years in orthopedics. Joe Pawlik PT, ATC, Tracy McGowan DPT, MTC, Lynn Bankston MSPT, Yvonne Schloegl MPT, COMT, and Martin Daszykowski PT, DPT, COMT, KTCC have many, many years under their collective belt as well as a whole bunch of initials after their names.
Having owner operated experts, like Amy Welsh and her team, providing quality health care is an asset to Clearwater and Pinellas County.
Business owners take risks and often work long, exhaustive hours to service their clients. There are freedoms in owning a business, but these freedoms come at a cost. Rarely acknowledged are business owners like Amy Welsh that employ people, accepting accountability ensuring their staff are paid continuously. Sure, people earn their wages through their time, hard work and skills, but let’s take a moment and thank Amy Welsh for having and continuing the business ownership game that allows people an opportunity to produce and earn those wages.
Looking for orthopedic and/or physical therapy solutions, give C.H.O.O.S.E. and opportunity by calling them at (727) 797-7600 or visit them online by clicking HERE.
So from the staff of Local Search Force that runs the County Advisory Board…
Amy Welsh, you are highly commended for your service to the residents of Pinellas County, for having and maintaining a business that adds to the financial well-being of the community, and for participating in social betterment activities.
Well done Amy Welsh!
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