Amanda graduated in 2013 with her Bachelor’s Degree in Health Science and a Minor in Exercise Science from Oakland University. In 2016 she earned her Associates Degree in Applied Health Science at Baker College and received her Physical Therapist Assistant license. She enjoys treating a variety of musculoskeletal conditions for patients of all ages, including post-surgical, acute, chronic, and sport-related injuries. She specializes in working with overhead athletes and particularly baseball pitchers.
Amanda’s certifications include Level One Baseball Pitching from OnBase University, which screens a pitcher for possible velocity, accuracy, and deception inhibitor, certification in applied functional science (CAFS), SFMA level I & II and FMS level I & II movement screenings, Hawkgrips, and is a certified strength and conditioning specialist.