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Jacqueline joined the JAG-ONE team in 2017. Jacqueline brings with her over 20 years of experience working in varying settings; including acute care, inpatient rehab, head injury, chronic pain and workers compensation. Her focus over the last twelve years has been on the outpatient setting. Jacqueline particularly enjoys working on injuries of the shoulder and knee, sports injuries, underlying neurological diagnoses as well as with patients who require vestibular therapy. Jacqueline feels that it is important for patients to understand their diagnosis and be an active participant in their own rehabilitation process; including setting goals that they wish to obtain and activities they strive to return to. When Jacqueline is not at work, she enjoys spending time with family and friends and being outdoors as well as rooting for the NY Giants and NY Rangers.
Physical Therapy in Hawthorne, NY
JAG-ONE Physical Therapy Hawthorne: Bringing Compassionate Specialized PT to the Mount Pleasant Area
Located convenient to the Saw Mill River Parkway, JAG-ONE PT Hawthorne brings the best in multispecialty physical therapy treatment to the central Westchester County region. We’re proud to be a part of the Mt. Sinai Rehab Network, and we work individually with each patient, developing a custom treatment plan that targets your particular musculoskeletal health conditions and works with your lifestyle.
We offer a large number of specialized treatment modalities, but among our favorites are:
Hand Therapy (CHT)
Healthy hands are essential to make the most of our daily lives, but they’re at risk for arthritis, carpal tunnel syndrome, and other painful health conditions. The certified hand therapists at JAG-ONE PT are experts in helping our patients heal from conditions affecting the hands and wrists and get back to all of the things they need and want to do every day.
The vestibular system, which is located in the inner ear, regulates balance, which means it’s vital for basic activities like movement. A vestibular system dysfunction can disrupt your life with symptoms like nausea and vertigo, but our vestibular therapy specialization offers effective, lasting relief.
Adhesions, or abnormal bands of tissue, can be the result of injury, an operation, or an idiopathic health condition, and can cause symptoms like musculoskeletal pain and impaired limb movement. Adhesions are also characteristic of frozen shoulder, also known as adhesive capsulitis of the shoulder. The Graston technique is a PT modality using specialized tools to wear down adhesions and let the body dissolve them naturally.
To find out more information on any of our specialities or to have other questions answered, don’t hesitate to contact us today.