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Amanda Lasseter, DPT, COMT | Board Certified Orthopedic Manual Therapist

General Orthopedics, Post Operative Care, Herman & Wallace Pelvic Floor & Peripartum Trained (Perinatal Care: Pregnancy and Postpartum), Gratson Technique

Amanda Lasseter has expertise in treating musculoskeletal injuries and conditions that includes pelvic rehabilitation. After the birth of her first son, and spending time with other postpartum moms, she saw the need for peripartum rehabilitation and education. Amanda strives to make physical therapy part
of the standard of care for all women during and after pregnancy.

Conditions Amanda assists our patients with include pregnancy-related pain including carpal tunnel, tailbone, and pubic symphysis, pelvic pain and weakness, pelvic organ prolapse, Mastitis/clogged ducts, Diastasis recti, Incontinence, Scars: post-surgical, post-cesarean, and vaginal tearing.

Amanda has 2 sons, loves being outdoors doing things like camping, hiking, and biking. Amanda is also an artist, and is typically involved in their community church.  Amanda has gone on a mission trip to Belize where they helped with hurricane relief in a small village, and a conservation trip to Costa Rica where they helped tag green sea turtles. 

Why did you become a Physical Therapist?

I became a physical therapist after learning about the profession when I experienced a knee injury that required rehab but no other medical interventions such as surgery. I was drawn to helping people in a unique way, where as healthcare professionals we get to spend a lot of time with our patients, getting to know them and seeing them through their recovery. Later, after the birth of my first son, I was meeting other first-time mothers who accepted symptoms as normal that are common, but not things they have to live with, such as peeing their pants with sneezing, experiencing painful sexual intercourse, and being unable to return to previous activity levels. I kept telling them they do not have to live like that, and I found there were not many pelvic health therapists available to help them. I have greatly enjoyed combining my orthopedic and pelvic health experiences to improve women’s health and function before, during, and after pregnancy.