MPT, CTPT/DN, NSCA-CPT
I have been a physical therapist since 1994 when I earned my Masters Degree from Shenandoah University in physical therapy after earning my Bachelor of Science in Biology from The University of Richmond.
I have worked in a wide variety of settings ranging from Inpatient Care and Rehab, Outpatient Clinics, Assisted Living facilities and Home Health Care. During my career, I have treated about every diagnoses there is from adolescence to patients over 100 years old!
I am a strong believer that a lot of the pain we suffer from is myofascial. This includes all muscles, connective tissue, fascia within muscles and around organs, ligaments, and tendons. Although pain can come from many sources including nerves, bones and organs, frequently myofascial pain is overlooked and goes untreated or is treated in areas other than the source.
I have a strong manual therapy background including deep soft tissue mobilization, joint alignment, myofascial release, counterstrain and am certified in dry needling. I also believe exercise is critical to restore function of tissues, strengthen weak areas and balance posture to maximize function.
My mission is to serve people in my community, like myself, who want to manage the effects of aging and injury that can limit activities of daily living and the things that we love to do!
I enjoy spending time with my husband and two children, hiking, running, skiing, and playing golf and look forward to many more years of an active lifestyle!
I’m Amanda, a Physical therapist, artist, and exercise enthusiast. I Graduated from Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania with my Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2019.
Formerly a division 1 gymnast, I have personally experienced the effects of overuse, repetitive, and mismanaged injuries. Hence, I have developed a passion for helping others overcome pain and dysfunction to get back to their active lives.
I have a large background in exercise prescription, outpatient orthopedics, manual therapy interventions, cupping, and trigger point dry needling.
In my spare time I enjoy volunteering at the Frederick 4H Therapeutic riding center, drawing, painting, creating, and spending quality time with my Fiance and my dog, Rooney.
I sincerely look forward to helping you get back to your healthy and active lifestyle!
Rob Randall earned his doctorate degree in physical therapy from Saint Francis University in 2017. After this, he began working in the outpatient setting. During this time he gained valuable experience in a manual therapy based clinic and completed hands on treatment with over fifty patients per week. Rob is excited to share his manual therapy skills in one on one in home treatment with KPT.
Rob has extensive training and a certificate in trigger point dry needling. He believes that many patients can benefit from this treatment technique and looks forward to helping patients of all ages and backgrounds. In his free time Rob enjoys golf, cars, and being with his growing family.