Originally from San Jose, California, Jamie graduated from Archbishop
Mitty High School, where she played one year of soccer before eventually needing three ankle surgeries. This experience is what kick started her love and passion for physical therapy. She proceeded to graduate from
Samuel Merritt University with her Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2012.
Aside from her passion of physical therapy, Jamie has a special love of
baking. Anything from cakes to cookies to pies, she is up for a challenge
and always trying new recipes. Jamie also loves the outdoors - beach,
hiking in the redwoods, spending time with her husband and son, and cheering for all the
local teams - Sharks, Warriors, and Earthquakes. Jamie has primarily worked in an outpatient
orthopedic setting serving a diverse population of patients - post-op, gait/balance deficits,
weekend warriors, and general orthopedic pain/limitation. She uses a combination of manual therapy, therapeutic exercise, and education to work with each patient to achieve their
goals. To further benefit her patients, Jamie is trained in myofascial decompression, kinesiotaping, and BFR, which she can incorporate into her treatments.