Amanda is a Hamilton, NJ native having graduated from Nottingham high school as the class valedictorian. She attended Rutgers University in New Brunswick where she majored in Exercise Science and Sports Studies and minored in Psychology. She went on to continue at Rutgers for her clinical doctorate in Physical Therapy in May 2018. While in her clinical rotations, Amanda grew an affinity towards treating general orthopedics and athletic patients. She also has experience working with neurological patients with Parkinson’s Disease and gait and vestibular dysfunction. Amanda continues to expand her skill set by through mentorship, continuing education courses, research and evidence-based practice.
In her spare time, Amanda enjoys exercising, reading, going to the beach and spending time with family friends. She is an avid New York Yankees and Giants fan.
Dr. Agoglia obtained her Board Certification as a Orthopedic Clinical Specialist (OCS) in 2023.