No matter what level a person is at, chiropractic care is proven to support athletic performance ranging from injury prevention and rehabilitation to optimizing physical performance.

With a background as a professional athlete, Dr. Amy has an innate passion in exploring the biomechanics necessary to perform at an elite level and years of personal experience mapping sports injuries and effective treatment plans.

Dr. Amy will thoroughly evaluate your history and determine the root cause of your discomfort rather than chasing your symptoms. The thoroughness of this evaluation helps to correctly diagnose and therefore provide you with an accurate, and customized treatment plan tailored to your individual wellness goals. One of Dr. Amy's favorite techniques to use is graston, an efficient myofascial release technique that is both diagnostic as well as therapeutic.

Whether you’re recovering from a serious sports injury, dealing with a chronic pain, training for a marathon, or working towards a new PR, Dr. Amy works with people to prioritize their goals so they can continue doing the activities that make them feel alive and full of joy.


I would like to start out by making it known I fully agree with Dr. Leslie’s other patients views. Now getting into why I feel the desire to say a few good words for her. I have acquired quite a rap sheet of injuries starting around (age 12) with cervical fracture along with temporary paralysis from the neck down. Worse then that was an injury that has “plagued” me ever since (age 14) in which I tore a very significant amount of tissues throughout my thigh/groin/abdominal region.
It took seeing countless therapist’s and time to finally find a strategy that worked to remedy my symptoms. About 4 years ago I managed to get a handle on it via physical therapy twice a week and massage every other week for a year straight. Both of those therapist were very talented in “listening to human anatomy”!
I am at the moment seeing Dr. Leslie pertaining for an auto accident. The accident took a huge amount of that hard work and washed it away. Felt like I was going to have to do it all over again! Boy was I mistaken, all it took was the first visit for me to realize this road to recovery would be much shorter under her watch. I feel the reason is because she has this natural ability, along with intense level of focus. It’s like as if she has a 6th sense. She is very open minded and determined with prognoses. One of my favorite things is her versatility, she is very keen on thinking outside the box and she has so many ways of treating symptoms. I don’t feel it is fair for her to be labeled as just a chiropractor, when she treats you with so many methods. Very naturally talented individual.
Thank You Dr. Leslie!
— Ben B.

Common reasons to visit a sports chiropractor:

  • Acute neck and back strains/sprains

  • Discogenic back pain

  • Rotator cuff injuries/impingement

  • Tennis/golfers elbow

  • Wrist injuries

  • Hip strains/sprains

  • Knee injures (ACL, meniscus,patellofemoral syndrome)

  • Ankle sprains

  • Shin splints

  • Plantar fasciitis

  • Achilles tendonitis