Amber Gadow, PT, DPT, PCS, CPST, is a pediatric physical therapist and received her doctorate in physical therapy from the Medical College of Georgia in Augusta. For the past five years she has focused solely on the outpatient pediatric orthopedic population, ages 0–10 years of age. She became certified as a pediatric specialist (PCS) in 2016, is an American Physical Therapy Association (APTA)-certified clinical instructor, and has completed the certificate in aquatic physical therapy clinical competency.
Gadow is an active member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) and the South Carolina American Physical Therapy Association (SCAPTA), in both the pediatric and aquatic sections. She serves on the nominating committee for the Academy of Pediatrics and as the South Carolina chief delegate representative for SCAPTA. Gadow is a Child and Passenger Safety (CPS)-certified technician and is trained in safety for children with special needs to best care for pediatric post-op patients. She runs a weekly serial casting clinic for patients with lower extremity tightness, is leading a clinical trial on serial casting interventions for idiopathic toe walking and teaches as an adjunct faculty member at South University's PTA program. In her free time, Gadow loves being an active member in the Junior League of Columbia, antique shopping and spending time with her husband and two dogs.