Jessica received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Intercultural Communication from Juniata College in Huntingdon, Pennsylvania in 2009. While attending school, Jessica competed as a NCAA DIII athlete in volleyball, cross-country, and track and field. Jessica was a 2006, DIII National Champion volleyball player.
After spending several years working in higher education, she decided she wanted to help others increase their activity level and attain a healthy lifestyle through movement. She chose to pursue a career as a physical therapist, earning her Physical Therapist Assistant degree from Butler County Community College in 2016. She also completed a certificate program to become a Licensed Massage Therapist at the same time.
As a lifelong athlete herself, Jessica has a passion for strength training and whole-body wellness. She brings a fun, positive and thorough approach to helping patients address injuries. Jessica has a focus on cervical dysfunctions, improving spinal mobility through movement and rehabilitation of orthopedic pathologies. By using her creativity and focus, Jessica likes to create individualized exercise programs and movements to improve therapy outcomes to help patients get back to their normal routines.
When she’s not in the clinic, Jessica loves to go hiking, mountain biking, snowboarding and backpacking with her husband.