Amanda is a Seattle area native and is thrilled to lead the team at Queen Anne Physical Therapy. She has a passion for working in orthopedics and helping to empower her patients to live their best and most active lives. Her special interests include spine, foot and ankle injuries, working with endurance athletes, and doing bike fits to prevent cycling injuries.
She has earned many advanced certifications including her Orthopedic Clinical Specialist through the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties, her Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association, and is currently working towards her Fellowship with the North American Institute of Orthopedic and Manual Therapy. She is also involved in physical therapy advocacy and holds several elected positions within the Physical Therapy Association of Washington, including serving as a Washington state Delegate to the American Physical Therapy Association’s House of Delegates.
Amanda received her Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science at Gonzaga University, where she also competed at the Division I level and served as caption for the cross country and track teams. She went on to receive her Doctorate of Physical Therapy at Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska. While at Creighton, she had the opportunity to work as a physical therapist in the Dominican Republic and is proficient in medical Spanish.
When she isn’t at the clinic, Amanda enjoys training for marathons and triathlons, cooking and baking, and exploring the Seattle and the great outdoors with her husband and greyhound.
Jennifer has been practicing as a physical therapist in Washington since 1999. She completed a postgraduate Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2013. She received her first graduate degree in 1999 from North Georgia College and State University with a Master’s of Science in Physical Therapy, prior to that she received a Bachelors in Science in Biology from Oregon State University in 1994. She continues to pursue additional training in orthopedic manual therapy and functional training.
Jennifer treats all ages and enjoys working with athletes and non-athletes where she incorporates wellness with treatment to improve an overall quality of life. She specializes in biomechanics, and manual therapy. Jennifer is very active within the community and her professional association. She was born and raised in Anchorage, Alaska where she developed a passion for the outdoors. She was a varsity rower at Oregon State and has competed at a Masters level locally and nationally. She stays active doing winter sports, backpacking, biking, swimming and running. She loves to entertain and cook and finds inspiration checking out Seattle’s great restaurants.