- Published: 23 October 2012
- Hits: 13777
"It is my desire to be a Physician Assistant at a progressive medical practice like Lincoln Orthopaedic Center. I enjoy working with LOC’s highly skilled physicians who provide an environment of continued growth as a medical professional. I am able to draw upon my experience as a Certified Athletic Trainer, while caring for patients as well."
Amy Scwhaderer joined Lincoln Orthopaedic Center, PC in October 2012. She works in the clinical and surgical setting alongside Dr. Reckmeyer.
Nebraska born and raised, Amy earned a Bachelors of Science degree with a Minor in Athletic Training at Nebraska Wesleyan University. She then attended the Arizona School of Health Sciences where she attained her Masters in Sports Health Care. Following her first graduate school experience, Amy worked as an Athletic Trainer in numerous healthcare settings, with a wide array of patient populations. Next, Amy elected to hang up her tape and scissors to become a Physician Assistant. She returned to Nebraska where she completed her Masters Degree in Physician Assistant Studies at Union College.
Amy is a member of the American Academy of Physician Assistants, the National Athletic Trainers Association and has a NATABOC Certification.
Amy lives in Lincoln with her daughter, Madison and pet Chihuahua, Itsy Bitsy. In her free time Amy enjoys movies, embroidery, cross stitch and playing the piano.