Amie Rosenfeld, PT, DPT, ABPTS GCS.
Physical Therapist Researcher, Assistant Director of Education
Amie Rosenfeld is a licensed Physical Therapist with over 18 years of experience. She is a Board certified Geriatric Clinical Specialist and a member of the American Physical Therapy Association since 2003. She has extensive clinical experience in falls prevention and improving balance of older adults. She is currently completing her Physical Therapy Faculty Residency with Nova Southeastern University. Her roles at the CCBH include serving as a clinical dementia rater and physical performance assessor for research participants, running the Gait Lab, organizing community education and lecture events on brain health and prevention, and collaborating on numerous observational and clinical NIH and privately funded studies that investigate the long term physical and cognitive symptoms and responses to interventions of people with memory and cognitive disorders. She has collaborated on research projects in the past that included Chair Yoga, and Acupuncture, and her research interests are in the effects of exercise and holistic approaches in prevention of neurodegenerative diseases, the roles of dual tasking in diagnosing and treating cognitive disorders, and the education of physical therapists on cognitive screening and neurodegenerative cognitive disorders. She is dedicated to pursuing funding to support clinically relevant studies to benefit individuals with progressive neurodegenerative cognitive disorders, and establishing evidence-based diagnostic, intervention, and preventive services with a focus on exercise and activity.