MPT, BSc PHSI
Amanda grew up in rural Saskatchewan, graduating from the University of Saskatchewan with a Bachelor’s degree in Physiology and a Master’s degree in Physical Therapy. In her graduating class, she received the award for highest mark in clinical proficiency, as well as her research group receiving the award for the top research paper.
Since graduating, she has worked in a private practice setting helping patients recover from motor vehicle accidents, work injuries, sports injuries, concussions, lifestyle habits, etc. She is a part of treatment teams for third party insurance patients, as well as assessment teams for multidisciplinary assessments. She also has specialized training and experience in assessing and treating patients with dizziness and balance problems. In 2011, she completed the competency-based Vestibular Rehabilitation course at the Emory University School of Medicine. In 2014, she attended the advanced vestibular competency course at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. She also performs educational sessions for other healthcare providers in this regard.
She is a member in good standing the the Canadian Physiotherapy Association and Saskatchewan Physiotherapy Association. She is licensed by the Saskatchewan College of Physical Therapists.