Jamie earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Northeastern University. She gained clinical experience in multiple outpatient settings, working with patients of all ages who presented with orthopedic, neurological, and vestibular issues. She trained under several Manual Therapy Certified Specialists, who introduced her to myofascial release, cupping, Primal Reflex Technique, Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (IASTM), and kinesiotaping treatments, which she now implements in her daily practice. While earning her degree, Jamie was also captain of the Division I varsity volleyball team for the Huskies. She became the first person in school history to break 1000 digs, 1000 kills, and 1000 assists!
Jamie has been in and out of physical therapy herself due to her own athletic injuries and understands the hard work and dedication it takes to get back to peak performance. Her personal comprehension, combined with her desire to help people return to a full and healthy life, has fueled her desire to become a physical therapist. Currently, Jamie is very passionate about her work around geriatric fall prevention. To expand her knowledge and experience, Jamie received her vestibular and concussion certification through the American Institute of Balance. She is excited to work with patients and help them realize their potential to live their best life.
Jamie still loves volleyball and plays weekly here in New York City. She also enjoys traveling the world, exploring new food spots, going to concerts, skiing and hiking in Colorado.