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Community Care Physical Therapy Welcomes Two New Practitioners


Posted: 6/22/2017
Community Care Physical Therapy Welcomes Two New Practitioners

Community Care Physical Therapy welcomes two new physical therapists to the practice; Amanda Laskey, PT, DPT, cert. MDT and Amber Thornton, PT, DPT, cert. MDT. 

Amanda Laskey, PT, DPT, cert. MDT

Amanda graduated with her Bachelors of Arts in Biology from SUNY Geneseo in 2007 and her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from SUNY Upstate Medical University in 2010.  She is certified in Mechanical Diagnosis and Treatment (MDT) by the McKenzie Institute.  Amanda is passionate about using MDT to evaluate and treat patients with spinal and extremity conditions.  She also enjoys working with patients with a variety of neurological, vestibular, and balance dysfunctions.

Amber Thornton, PT, DPT, cert. MDT

After graduating with her doctorate degree in physical therapy in 2014, Amber returned to the Capital District where she grew up to start her career. She continued her education by earning a certification in Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy from the McKenzie Institute (MDT). Amber continues to further her education and treat patients with evidence-based treatment. She has a special interest in treating a number of orthopedic conditions as well as balance and vestibular rehabilitation.

Amber and Amanda see patients at Community Care Physical Therapy in Latham.  Community Care Physical Therapy also has locations in Clifton Park and Delmar.  With so many locations across the Capital Region, it's easy to find a Community Care Physical Therapy location that is convenient for you.  We offer patients the convenience of multiple office locations throughout the Capital Region and extended hours.  Community Care Physical Therapy offers custom-tailored programs to meet each individual's specific needs.  We treat a diverse population of patients with an emphasis on orthopedics, geriatrics, neurological and sports injuries.  We treat acute and chronic pain syndromes, as well as acute injuries resulting from work, sports, or accidents. Community Care Physical Therapy treats patients of all ages.

Talk to your doctor or contact one of our Community Care Physical Therapy offices if you think physical therapy would be right for you.  The hours and contact information for the Community Care Physical Therapy location nearest to you can be found here.  To learn more about Community Care Physical Therapy including the services we offer and what to expect on your first visit, follow this link for more information.


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