PT, MPT, OCS, SCS
Jessica grew up in Redmond and was very involved in the soccer community during her youth. It was a soccer injury at age 12 that inspired her to become a PT. She volunteered and worked in physical therapy clinics until she left for college.
Jessica moved to Pittsburgh, PA to attend Duquesne University’s freshman-entry PT school. She was also NCAA Division I varsity rower for the Dukes. She loved her experience in Pittsburgh, but couldn’t imagine living anywhere other than the Pacific Northwest.
Jessica returned to the Seattle area in 2004 to work for a sports physical therapy clinic in Puyallup. She worked with athletes in the clinic, covered high school sporting events, and worked the sidelines for WIAA state football, basketball, softball, & gymnastics tournaments. In 2008 she became a board certified sports clinical specialist.
Jessica was promoted to be a clinic director and relocated to Bellevue where she took over a small orthopedic clinic. She treated a variety of orthopedic diagnoses and was compelled to become a board certified orthopedic clinical specialist in 2012.
In 2014, Jessica had the fortunate opportunity to join the Lake Washington Physical Therapy team. She had worked with several of the LWPT therapists through various continuing education courses, community events, and professional organizations so she knew it would be a great fit.
Jessica continues to be a competitive rower and coxswain at Sammamish Rowing Association. She and her husband are avid outdoors enthusiast enjoying the best the Pacific Northwest has to offer.