In 2008, Jessica received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Rhode Island College. Since her childhood, she has always had compassion and desire to help others. She wasn’t sure how or where she would focus her studies, but when she discovered the field of Physical Therapy, her vision became clear.
Jessica worked in a PT clinic as an aide and exercise specialist, which then encouraged her to pursue a degree in physical therapy. Her primary focus was to obtain a Doctoral degree in physical therapy in order to help rehabilitate others and to give back to the community she grew up in.
Jessica’s psychology degree has complimented her physical therapy career, as she is able to see beyond a patient’s injury and understand key aspects of mind and body wellness. Experience has taught her that discipline and determination can play a relevant role in instilling leadership skills. Her values are deeply rooted in honesty and ethical integrity.
Since receiving her Doctoral degree at The Franklin Pierce University, Jessica has gained a well rounded approach through practicing in various physical therapy settings to include Outpatient Orthopedics, Acute Care Hospitals, and Skilled Nursing Facilities alike.
She started using the John F. Barnes Myofascial Release Approach in the Outpatient Orthopedic setting. After seeing incredible results, she decided to dedicate more time to practicing this technique and started her own practice. She is now loving her work as a Myofascial Release therapist. Jessica’s passion is to always continue to grow as a therapist utilizing MFR as the innovative, comprehensive, and whole body approach to evaluate and treat dysfunction and pain.