Amber Cordova

Amber Cordova, PTA, LMT, Physical Therapist Assistant

Native to the Phoenix area, Amber has a passion for helping people that started when she was young. Volunteer work at Banner Good Samaritan helped to steer that passion for helping people into the field of massage therapy and physical therapy. Amber graduated from Phoenix Community College’s Massage Program and became a licensed massage therapist in 2008. Amber then continued her path into Physical Therapy at Gateway Community College and became a Physical Therapist Assistant in 2013. Amber is trained and certified in trigger point release, myofascial release and Repetitive Use Injury Therapy (R.U.I.T.), to name a few. Amber loves learning and is always continually trying to add to her tool belt so to speak. Currently Amber is in the process of learning Spanish as a second language to further help her patients and get the opportunity to speak with more people. Amber was very active in sports when she was young including: gymnastics, soft ball, swimming and volleyball in high school and has had her fair share of sprains and strains. In her spare time, she loves to sing, dance, play with her daughter and family, play guitar, piano, hike the phoenix trails, or just relax at home with a good movie.

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