Jane earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy and Bachelor of Science in Rehabilitation Science from Northeastern University. During her time in graduate school, Jane gained clinical experience in multiple outpatient settings, working with patients of all ages for treatment of orthopedic, vestibular, and neurological impairments. Jane has trained under Orthopaedic Certified Specialists and Manual Therapy Certified Specialists who introduced her to Kinesiotaping, cupping, and dry needling, amongst other techniques. Her professional interests include outpatient orthopedics, sports medicine, and pelvic floor physical therapy.
Growing up, Jane was active in many sports, and always had a great appreciation for the human body. She was first inspired to pursue physical therapy from watching her mother’s journey with physical therapy after years of debilitating back pain. After observing her mother’s transformation, Jane knew without a doubt that she wanted to do the same for other people. She is very passionate about empowering her patients to discover their potential through physical therapy so they get back to doing the activities they love.
Outside of the clinic, Jane enjoys baking, strength training, traveling, finding new places to eat, and spending time with friends and family.