Amanda Jones, MSPT
Amanda grew up in the Midwest, where she occupied herself with activities including softball, volleyball, and equestrian sports. She graduated from the University of Indianapolis with her Master of Science in physical therapy in 1998. While attending the University of Indianapolis, she also completed the athletic training program.
After graduation from PT school, Amanda attained her Athletic Trainer Certification, and she began her Physical Therapy career in outpatient orthopedics in Charleston, South Carolina. Soon thereafter, she became a Navy wife, which included several moves and opportunities to further her experience in areas that included pediatrics, skilled nursing, and home health care.
She returned to her passion for outpatient physical therapy in 2004. Her areas of interest include all orthopedic conditions, with an emphasis on shoulder rehabilitation, and vestibular diagnoses, including vertigo. She currently works with the United State Olympic Committee and has been the only local therapist to go to the Rio Olympics games in 2016 and works with the Ultimate Frisbee USOC team.
Amanda and her family, including her husband, two sons and three Labrador Retrievers moved from Jacksonville, Florida to Monument in January, 2012. They have adapted well to the Colorado lifestyle and look forward to discovering all that it has to offer.