Dr. Amanda Thomas is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Physical Therapy at the Nicole Wertheim College of Nursing and Health Sciences.
She is an experienced clinician, having worked in multiple centers including Healis Rehabilitation Center, Miami Dade Public schools Pediatrics, CORA Rehabilitation Center, and Baptist Homestead Hospital.
Dr. Thomas has presented her research on physical therapy in multiple national conferences and is an active Member of the Florida Physical Therapy Association.
As a rehabilitation therapist, Dr. Thomas's area of expertise is in research surrounding congenital limb differences in infants. Her recent project titled "A Rehabilitation Protocol for the Use of a 3D Printed Prosthetic Hand in Pediatrics" provided groundbreaking findings in the field of physical therapy science.
Dr. Thomas received her Doctor of Physical Therapy in 2010 and her Bachelor of Sciences in Physical Therapy in 2007, both from Florida International University.