Amy Boutry, DPT
Amy Boutry is a Pelvic Floor Physical Therapist who has been with Marathon for 3 years. She graduated from BU with her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree, and completed her final clinical internship with Marathon prior to joining the team in 2010. A native Californian, she completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Southern California, where she majored in Biomedical Engineering and was a student-athlete.
Amy's interest in teaching initially developed through coaching and work with youth, and while in graduate school, she created a health education curriculum for a local community center's after-school program. Her professional interests include community health and maternal and child health in under-resourced areas. Outside of the clinic, Amy enjoys spending time with her husband and young daughter, swimming, cooking, and reading a good book!
Ruth Maloney, DPT
Ruth Maloney is a Pelvic Floor Physical Therapist and the Assistant Manager of the Center for Women's Health and Pelvic Floor Dysfunction. She has been working at Marathon for over 6 years and furthered her manual and clinical skills through courses from NAIOMT, the Herman and Wallace Institute, and Discover Physio. She has significant clinic experience treating patients with chronic pain, pregnancy and postpartum issues, and urinary/bowel dysfunctions.
Ruth has been involved in teaching at Marathon since 2008, when she started clinical instruction of physical therapy students interested in pelvic floor rehab. Since then, she helped to develop a mentorship program for new physical therapy graduates and a shadowing program to instruct other health professionals in the understanding of the pelvic floor field.
Outside of the clinic, Ruth is enjoying being a new mother to her daughter. She also enjoys hiking, cooking, and traveling.
Jessica McKinney, PT, MS
Jessica McKinney, PT, MS, is the co-founder and Director of The Center for Women’s Health at Marathon Physical Therapy & Sports Medicine, LLC and Executive Director of Women’s Action Initiative, a non-profit dedicated to perinatal physical wellness. She is also the founder of ShareMayflowers, a public health and awareness campaign focused primarily on the under-discussed topics of female pelvic and perinatal health, launched by Women's Action Initiative. In her clinical role she provides women with multidisciplinary care for pelvic floor dysfunction, perinatal education and rehabilitation, mental health education and physical wellness.
In addition to her career in physical therapy, Jessica has long been involved in women’s health promotion through various activities and international service projects. Since 2009 she has been a partner with the hospital HEAL Africa (Democratic Republic of Congo) in the development of skills and resources for providing pelvic floor rehabilitation to women recovering from obstetric and/or traumatic fistula. She regularly speaks to healthcare providers, graduate students, and the community on matters regarding pelvic floor and obstetric physical therapy and women’s health matters.
Laura Robbins, DPT
Laura Robbins, DPT is a physical therapist working with both male and female patients with pelvic floor dysfunction and with perinatal health. She graduated from Simmons College with her Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2010 and part of the Marathon Physical Therapy & Sports Medicine team for 3+ years.
Laura enjoys being involved in the educational component of physical therapy. She has led introductory pelvic floor classes to patients, has been a teacher's assistant for the Herman & Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute courses and is a clinical instructor for physical therapy students. Laura is active in the community giving informal talks regarding physical demands of motherhood at post partum support groups.
Laura's interest include spending time with her newborn daughter and large family locally, playing basketball and doing pottery.