Complete obstetric care, breastfeeding; minimally invasive surgical options; pelvic organ prolapse treatment, endometriosis, menopause, adolescent GYN issues; incontinence.
Bio for Amanda Rodemann, D.O., FACOG
As the mother of 3 children, Dr. Amanda Rodemann has a personal perspective on bringing a child into the world.
She’s found that her own experience helps put expectant mothers at ease when they visit her. “When women come in with questions during pregnancy, and I reassure them it’s normal, I can empathize and connect with my patients, having gone through the experience,” she says.
As a obstetrician/gynecologist with the Women’s Clinic of JCMG, Dr. Rodemann enjoys taking care of new mothers during one of the most memorable times in their lives. She also likes the balance of clinical work with surgical procedures, many of which are now minimally invasive.
“In gynecological care, we’re able to do the surgeries that your mother and grandmother had, but with minimally invasive procedures, you can now go home the same day or the next day and the recovery is very short,” she notes.
After finishing medical school at the A.T. Still University, Kirksville, College of Osteopathic Medicine, she completed an internship and residency in obstetrics and gynecology at the University of Missouri-Columbia, where she was appointed administrative chief resident. She also won a resident research award for her project, “Show-Me Healthy Babies.”
Dr. Rodemann returns to her hometown with her husband, Jake, and their two children. The former Amanda Brondel is a 1999 graduate of Helias High School, where a course in sports medicine sparked her interest in a medical career.
She played on the Westminster College women’s basketball team throughout college. She enjoys time with friends and family as well as running and watching sports.
For an appointment with Dr. Rodemann, call the clinic at 573-636-5248.
BA Westminster College (Summa Cum Laude); D.O. Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine (honors); internship Univerisity of Missouri-Columbia; residency University of Missouri-Columbia
Board certified American Board of OB/GYN
In residency, elected Administrative Chief Resident, Best Research Project Award