Amanda M. Jetty PT, DPT, attended the State University of New York at Buffalo where she obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in Anthropology. She continued her education and received a Doctor of Physical Therapy from Old Dominion University in Norfolk.
Prior to joining TPMG Physical Therapy, Amanda worked in a variety of positions including serving as a Clinical Director at a local area clinic. In this position, Amanda was responsible for overseeing daily operations at the outpatient clinic, and performing all duties expected of a staff physical therapist.
Amanda was drawn to the field of physical therapy for the opportunity to work closely with people and make a positive impact on their lives. As a therapist, she finds her work to be challenging, yet rewarding, as she strives to help her patients achieve their goals.
Amanda is certified in dry needling, a treatment for releasing or inactivating trigger points to relieve pain and movement impairments, manual therapy, and spinal pain/dysfunction. She is also certified in functional capacity evaluation through Occupro. Amanda’s primary focus is orthopedic physical therapy and she has a special interest in treating patients with chronic pain and spinal pain/dysfunction.
Amanda takes an individualized approach to patient care, accounting for their history, background, diagnosis, functional level, and personal goals while developing their plan of care. She provides care to patients all ages.
An upstate New York native, Amanda enjoys the milder weather of the Hampton Roads area, along with the close proximity to the beach and mountains. Outside of the office, Amanda enjoys spending time with her family going to the beach, reading, practicing yoga, and barre.
Amanda joined TPMG Physical Therapy in July of 2019. She welcomes new patients to reserve an appointment with her and start on a path of improved mobility, activity, and fitness.
Undergraduate: Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science, George Washington University
Graduate School: Master of Science in Physical Therapy, Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine
Doctorate: Doctor of Physical Therapy, Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine