Amanda received her Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science at Rutgers University and her Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree from the Rutgers School of Health Professions. While pursuing her graduate degree, Amanda traveled to the Dominican Republic to provide pro bono physical therapy services to local community members and served on the board of her school’s pro bono physical therapy clinic. Amanda focuses on treating patients with neurological disorders including vestibular deficits, balance problems, stroke, and Parkinson’s disease. She believes in a patient-centered treatment approach in which her patient’s goals, interests, and needs are at the forefront of care while using current evidence-based practice to support her interventions. Amanda is Certified in LSVT Big and hopes to obtain a specialization in vestibular disorders.