Jessica Claire
, , 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
Home: (555) 432-1000 - Cell: - - -
Professional Summary

Passionate and enthusiastic physical therapist deeply committed to delivering quality care to the pediatric population. Special expertise in working with various diagnosis and impairments with emphasis in improving function and mobility. License currently held in Florida and Georgia.

Continuing education and Training
  • Trained in manual therapy techniques for improving mobility and function
  • Trained in serial casting for improvements in gait and mobility through Beverly Cusick
  • Theratogs Fitter Level 1 Certification through Beverly Cusick
  • Continuing education in neurodevelopmental treatment techniques and handling techniques
  • Continuing education in torticollis as well as scoliosis and asymmetrical development
  • Continuing education in vestibular rehabilitation through Rose Marie Rine
  • Continuing education in sensory integration
  • Utilize Astronaut training for vestibular, auditory, and visual integration
  • Utilize universal exercise unit for implementing treatment sessions
  • Utilize kinesiotaping as modality for facilitation and inhibition of muscles for improvements in postural alignment
Work History
06/2015 to Current
Pediatric Physical Therapist Phoenix Children's Hospital Phoenix, AZ,

Currently serve as a clinician within the outpatient clinic as well as a provider through Early Steps:

Early Steps (2020-present)

  • Initiated contract between Advance for Kids and Early steps to create early intervention work through Florida
  • Communicate with Provider Liaison and Administrative Coordinator of the Early Steps program in order to create a framework for Advance for Kids to contract and become providers through Early Steps
  • Assist clinicians in trainings and start-up paperwork to begin Early Steps
  • Serve as a provider in Nassau county, Duval county, and St. Johns areas
  • Evaluate and treat patients ages 0-3 according to IFSP along with support clinicians

Outpatient Clinic (2015-present)

  • Evaluate and treat wide range of conditions, including diagnosis of autism, orthopedic conditions, spina bifida, cerebral palsy, down syndrome, developmental delay, various genetic conditions and neuromuscular diagnoses ages 0-21
  • Plan individually-designed treatment programs to improve physical functioning and mobility and alleviate pain in order to foster independence within each patient
  • Communicate effectively with other care providers (physicians, supporting therapists, orthotists, DME providers) to provide for continuity of patient care.
  • Use Clinic Source to chart patients' progress and update departmental records with data according to healthcare documentation regulation.
  • Contribute to team meetings and collaborated with management in patient recovery program decision-making process as well as continuing education
  • Train and orient new physical therapists as well as volunteer workers and students
09/2014 to 05/2015
Physical Therapist Marshfield Clinic Colby, WI,
  • Responsible for examination and evaluation of the orthopedic patients of all ages as well as establish a plan of care in order to assist timely rehabilitation using well researched treatments.
  • Initiated and leads a clinical monthly meeting in order to learn the new research regarding a monthly topic and assist in incorporating the new research into the clinic in order to improve patient outcomes.
  • Created a clinical research file which is shared with each practicing clinician to share the newest research on injuries, treatments, and prevention to utilize within the clinic.
01/2011 to 04/2012
Program Assistant for Stroke Wellness Program Brooks Rehabilitation City, STATE,
  • Assisted in the expansion of the Stroke Wellness Program to include a facility on the North side of Jacksonville
  • Operated the Stroke Wellness Program at the new site by scheduling incoming participants, registering incoming participants, and creating exercise routines
  • Monitored and Assisted the patients during each visit as well as set up
    monthly informational meetings for the participants
  • Assist the Manager of Healthy Living during the Stroke Wellness Program with monthly meetings in order to evaluate the progress of the program and to assist in the betterment of the program by setting attainable monthly goals
  • Communicated with local physical therapists upon patient discharge to begin enrolling the participant into the program and gain information on the participant's progress in order to create an efficient exercise routine
Expected in 08/2014
: Doctorate of Physical Therapy
University Of St. Augustine For Health Sciences - Saint Augustine, FL,
  • NPTE cerfication July 2014
  • Per classmates vote, Student representative for class cohort responsible for serving as a liaison between the class and the faculty to voice concerns or recommendations for the betterment of the school
  • Per professor's request, Teacher Assistant for Mock Clinic and Musculoskeletal I (Orthopedics) responsible for aiding professors in tutoring students as well as helping students with manual therapy techniques and orthopedic examinations
Expected in 2011
Bachelor of Health Science: Exercise Science
University of North Florida - Jacksonville, FL
  • President of Exercise Science Student Association responsible for organizing monthly meetings, service projects, and annual conference trips to ACSM Southeast conference per professor’s request
  • On-Campus Transitional Program Mentor responsible for mentoring young girls with disabilities to live a healthy lifestyle and educate them on the importance of exercise in their daily lives
  • Member of Zeta Tau Alpha, serving as nominating committee and philanthropy chair per chapter advisor’s request

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