Amanda Bondarevich, PT MScPT


Amanda graduated from the University of Alberta in 2009 with a Masters Degree in Physical Therapy.  She also holds a Bachelors Degree in Kinesiology from the University of Alberta.
She has extensive coursework in manual therapy, peripheral joint manipulation, and manual mobilization of muscles. She has completed the prevention of running injuries course through the Running Clinic.
In her practice, Amanda offers IMS, acupuncture and vestibular rehabilitation.
Amanda offers the GLA:D® education and exercise program at our Sturgeon Medical clinic.
She has completed her Concussion training and the Covid-19 Rehabilitation and Recovery Program.
Prior to becoming a physical therapist, Amanda was involved in teaching dance to young children in Saskatchewan and rural Alberta.  Being a competitive dancer for over 20 years has given Amanda the opportunity to travel all over Canada and the United States for dance conventions and competitions, where she won several scholarships and awards.  She has been certified as an associate member of the Canadian Dance Teacher’s Association in tap.  Amanda was also a competitive figure skater for 15 years. In her spare time, Amanda enjoys running, exercising, and spending time with her husband and 2 small children. 
Amanda has also been involved in working with sporting teams. She has worked as a trainer for competitive hockey and rugby teams. Amanda hopes to continue to work with athletes, particularly dancers and figure skaters.  She believes in a hands-on approach along with education and therapeutic exercise in helping her clients get back to activity.



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