Amanda Seymour

Physical Therapist, DPT

DPT – Doctor of Physical Therapy

Amanda received her Bachelors degree in Biology from Calvin College in 2010 and her Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree from Elon University in North Carolina in 2015.

Amanda’s utmost importance in practice is individualized evidence-based care to ensure that client’s needs are met.  She believes that body awareness is key for improving health; from the athlete to the individual recovering from surgery.  Her practice integrates multiple approaches emphasizing manual therapy, McKenzie and Mulligan techniques, kinesiotape, pilates and yoga, and strength and conditioning.  Amanda’s interests are and continue to grow in caring for pelvic floor health, prenatal and postnatal care, spine, shoulder, and post op. She is excited to meet and partner with you to reach your personal goals.

When away from the clinic, Amanda finds joy in cross training and weight training, leading as a youth leader, brunch, cooking, and spending time with her husband Eddie and their dog Row. With a prior career in wildlife biology researching sea turtles in Florida and the American badger in Wisconsin, you will find Amanda most often outside hiking or exploring with family and friends.

 

Education

Doctorate of Physical Therapy

Elon University 2015

Bachelor of Science in Biology

Calvin College 2010

Certifications

Pilates Mat and Reformer 1

Functional Dry Needling Level 1

Sportsmetrics Certified

Specialties

Alter G

Balance Training and Fall Prevention

Chronic Pain

Concussion Management

Dry Needling

Kinesiology Taping

Overhead Athlete

Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation

Sportsmetrics™

Telehealth

Vestibular Rehabilitation

Locations

East GR

2000 Burton St SE, Suite 1
Grand Rapids, MI 49506

P: 616-608-8485
F: 616-608-8486

I had the pleasure of interacting with the entire staff in Cutlerville during my treatment. Everyone made the recovery process very tolerable, despite the “fears” of therapy that we patients/clients go through.

Joe

How Can Amanda Help Treat Your Pain?