PT, DPT, OCS, CMTPT, ATC
Amanda joined the Pivot Physical Therapy team in 2015 and prides herself on the creatively she offers each patient to provide them with the fastest and most sustainable route toward recovery. She is a born leader and innovator who uses her Doctoral-level knowledge of orthopedics and neuromuscular rehabilitation to get her patients back to doing what they love. With passion for both orthopedics and helping those diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease, Dr. Detrich plans to pursue specialty certifications in those areas.
Beginning her academic career at University of Delaware, Amanda earned a dual Bachelor’s degree in both Athletic Training and Exercise Physiology. She then went on to the Rutgers School of Health Related Professions (formerly UMDNJ), where she achieved her Doctorate in Physical Therapy while working as a certified athletic trainer. While at Rutgers, Amanda completed Doctoral Internships at John F. Kennedy Medical Center, as well as an outpatient internship at Pivot in Arnold, MD.
As a lifelong resident of Pasadena, Maryland, Amanda enjoys boating, watching the Birds (Ravens and Orioles, that is!), and staying busy enjoying all the fun festivals and restaurants Annapolis and Baltimore have to offer.