Amanda earned her Clinical Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Dominican College of Blauvelt. Prior to obtaining her graduate degree, she received her Bachelor of Science degree in Athletic Training, earning Cum Laude Honors. She is a licensed Athletic Trainer in New Jersey and worked Per Diem at various sporting events while completing her graduate studies.
Amanda’s clinical experience includes pediatric, subacute, and orthopedic physical therapy. The combination of these experiences has taught Amanda to treat the individual and use her skills to attain functional outcomes. She takes pride in being part of the first class from Dominican College to complete a mission trip in Guatemala, where she served people of all ages. She intends on completing more mission trips to help the underserved in the future.
When she is not working, Amanda enjoys traveling as often as possible, exercising, attending museum exhibitions, brunch and spending time with her friends and family. Amanda has interest in women’s health and pelvic floor. She intends on obtaining her Pelvic Floor I certification in Spring 2020.