A Belvidere, New Jersey-based medical professional who got her start as a nursing aide in the late 1980s, Dr. Amannda Richline has been a licensed podiatrist since 1995. In 1998, she established her own private practice. Working in this capacity, Dr. Amannda Richline diagnoses, treats, and educates patients who suffer from various conditions of the foot and ankle.
While continuing to maintain her practice over the years, Dr. Amannda Richline simultaneously served lengthy tenures with Easton Hospital, St. Luke's Warren Hospital, Penargyle Nursing Home, and other healthcare facilities throughout western New Jersey and eastern Pennsylvania. Dr. Richline's primary areas of medical specialization include foot-related diabetic complications, wound care, and sports injury treatments. She is also trained to perform a wide range of surgical procedures.
In addition to a Doctor of Podiatric Medicine from Temple Medical School, Dr. Amannda Richline holds a Bachelor of Science from Moravian College in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, where she was admitted into the honor society for her achievements in the field of biology. Dr. Richline remains current on today's latest technological advancements through her various affiliations with the American Academy of Podiatric Practice, the American Podiatric Medical Association, and the New Jersey Podiatric Medical Association.
Since 2008, Dr. Amannda Richline has also served as the owner and President of Sy's Piece of Heaven, an accredited nonprofit organization that rescues, rehabilitates, shelters, and cares for problematic or unwanted parrots. Taking its name from an unfortunate bird that was rescued after its owners were arrested in a drug raid, Sy's Piece of Heaven provides a safe and loving place for abused, neglected or sick parrots to live out the remainder of their lives.