Amanda Pacheco

Certified Bilingual Chiropractic Assistant / Certified Radiological Technologist/ Receptionist

Amanda Pacheco received a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice and a Minor degree in Human Services from Monroe College in the Bronx, New York in 2012.  Now a current resident of Louisiana, she went on to further her education at Fortis College in Baton Rouge, LA and graduated with the highest honors in 2014 as a certified medical assistant.  She is also CPR certified as part of the National Association for Health Care Professionals.  Amanda started as an intern for Capitol Spine & Rehabilitation and was hired on as a full time employee as a medical assistant/receptionist.  After years of employment, she was  sent for training to become a Certified Radiological Technologist.  With her broad range of experience and vast knowledge in different fields along with being bilingual in Spanish and English, she brings diversity like no other.  The “smiling face” of Capitol Spine & Rehabilitation, she is the first smile you are greeted with and the last upon exiting.  Amanda quotes “I love helping people in any way that I can.  Smiles go a long way in making someone’s day.  I see patients who come in our office in so much pain and frustration and by the time they leave, they are not in as much pain and are actually smiling.  I try to establish a great rapport, one-on-one, with each patient so that each patient feels comfortable and welcomed.  At Capitol Spine & Rehabilitation, we aim to please in getting our patients back to the best condition they can be in.  Our staff is very professional, caring, and courteous.  Chiropractic is where it’s at, we got your back!” 
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