Dr. Amanda Sneed is originally from Indianapolis, IN. She moved to South Dakota in 2017 for her first physical therapy job. She attended University of Indianapolis for her Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science and then completed her Doctor of Physical Therapy at Andrews University in Michigan. Amanda is a Certified Lymphedema Therapist and enjoys treating this patient population as well as cancer survivors. Amanda also loves to treat orthopedic injuries, surgery recovery and people with a history of neurological injury. She has worked at a critical access hospital where she treated a variety of patient from 6-100 years old, inpatients, outpatients, lymphedema patients, and patients with wounds. In addition to working at Modern Day Health Care she also currently works at a Skilled Nursing facility so Amanda is ready and willing to treat patients of all ages. In her free time, Amanda enjoys spending time with her husband and her daughter while camping, bike riding, and hiking. In additions she enjoys photography as well.