Amber Majeskie, DPT is at the following locations:
- Vista Medical Center (Sports Spine and Injury Center) - St. George
Dr. Amber Majeskie graduated with her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Franklin Pierce University in Phoenix, AZ. During that time, she underwent additional training for treatments of musculoskeletal conditions as a graduate assistant. Prior to her graduate work, Amber grew up in a town of 1,800 people in North Dakota. She attended North Dakota State University and received a bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science with a minor in Psychology.
After completing her undergraduate degree, Amber served in Albania as a community health educator in the Peace Corps. This experience solidified her passion for helping others overcome physical barriers so they can do the things they love. Upon her return from living overseas, Amber worked as a weight loss coach while applying to graduate school. This coaching position focused on motivational interviewing and helping others uncover the “why” behind what drives them to make healthy changes in their lives. These roles have created an excellent foundation in understanding the physical and mental components required to improve one’s health.
After completing her graduate program, Dr. Majeskie has worked in outpatient clinics specializing in orthopedic, vestibular, and sports injuries. Amber has received additional training in the pediatric population as well as blood flow restriction training. She completed her LSVT BIG certification to allow specialized treatment for patients diagnosed with Parkinson's. Amber works closely with patients to align their individualized treatment plans with their goals to ensure they return to what they love.
Amber is married and moved to St. George so that her husband, Cody could begin his journey toward becoming a physician at Rocky Vista University in Ivins. When their schedule permits they enjoy home renovation projects. They also enjoy hiking, traveling, trying new restaurants, and spending time with their two rescue dogs.