Lynette Amick-Guerrero grew up in Northwest Indiana and served 6 years in the U.S. Air Force following high school. She received an Associates of Arts in Modern Standard Arabic from the Defense Language Institue in Monterey, CA and spent 3 tours in the Middle East. After discharge, her love of the desert and mountains drew her to Tucson where she earned her Physical Therapist Assistant degree at Pima Medical Institute.
Lynette chose the Physical Therapy field because she believes in empowering others in their independence and function, having seen the effects of Parkinson's in her grandfather at a young age. She works side by side with the physical therapists to execute a successful treatment plan tailored to each individual.
Lynette is proud to work for Agility and enjoys every day with her patients. In her free time, she enjoys running, hiking, Yoga, relaxing at the beach, spending time with family, friends, and pets, and playing the drums.
Specializes in: Neck and Back pain, Sports Injuries, Shoulders, Knees, Ankles, Elbow and wrist pain, Post-operative Rehab, Balance.