Health and Exercise Physiology

  • Amy Richmond

Amy Richmond

Dr. Amy Richmond is a lecturer in the Health and Exercise Physiology Department and an Assistant Athletic Trainer in the Athletics Department. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Exercise and Sport Science from Ursinus College before obtaining a master’s degree in Athletic Training from Seton Hall University. Dr. Richmond earned her doctorate in Athletic Training from the University of Idaho and has been working in clinical practice in collegiate athletic training since 2013. She has worked in both Division I and Division III athletics and mentored several doctoral candidates. Her research interests include holistic healthcare practices and patient-centered care. Dr. Richmond is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the NSCA and 200hr Registered Yoga Teacher.


Health and Exercise Physiology


  • B.S., Ursinus College
  • M.S., Seton Hall University
  • DAT, University of Idaho

Research Interests

Holistic Health Care

Recent Work

Publications and Presentations:

“It’s Not All in Your Head: Epidemiology, Treatment, and Patient Outcomes for Generalized Anxiety and Panic Disorders Observed in Division 1 Athletes” Special Topic Presented at National Athletic Trainers’ Association 69th Annual Clinical Symposia & AT Expo

“Innovative Treatment of Clinically Diagnosed Meniscal Tears: A Randomized Sham-Controlled Trial of the Mulligan Concept ‘Squeeze’ Technique” Journal of Manual and Manipulative Therapy

“An Alternative Approach to the Treatment of Meniscus Pathologies: A Case Series Analysis of the Mulligan Concept ‘Squeeze’ Technique” International Journal of Sport Physical Therapy

“Alternative Approaches to the Treatment of Athletic Injuries and Shift in Clinical Practice Philosophy: a Dissertation of Clinical Practice Improvement” Dissertation Publication Through University of Idaho

“Acute Solution, Chronic Relief: Don’t Believe Me, Just Watch…Raise Your Expectations for Immediate Clinical Results” Learning Lab Presented at National Athletic Trainers’ Association 67th Annual Clinical Symposia & AT Expo

“Correcting Somatic Dysfunction: Pelvis and Sacrum” Learning Lab Presented at Immaculata University Roundtable Symposium

“A Comparison Study of Standards for Purchasing, Fitting, and Maintenance Practices for Football and Lacrosse Helmets in High Schools” Poster Presentation at National Athletic Trainers’ Association 65th Annual Clinical Symposia & AT Expo