New Occupational Physical Therapist & Stroke Rehab Specialist At Kitsap’s Leading Sports & Therapy Clinic

Mar 1, 2017

Meet Erin Jackson, the newest member of the team of therapists at Kitsap Physical Therapy and Sports Clinic. Erin is a physical therapists and a certified stroke rehab specialist who helps her patients with daily functional tasks and improving their lives.

Kitsap Physical Therapy and Sports Clinic have announced that a new member has joined their team of therapists. Erin Jackson is an occupational therapist and a certified stroke rehab specialist offering her services to the Kitsap County area of Washington.

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Kitsap Physical Therapy and Sports Clinic is a group practice that is owned and run by its physical therapists. The website explains that they specialize in orthopedic, work and sports related injuries alongside their specialty programs and preventative care services offered by their board certified specialist. They have been offering their services since 1979 and state that they are proud to be the most recognized physical therapy provider in Kitsap County.

Their new team member, Erin Jackson, is a certified stroke rehab specialist, is registered with the National Board for certification in occupational therapy and she has a Master of Science degree in occupational therapy. She works with Jen Edwards as a team treating conditions such as strokes, traumatic brain injuries, post-concussion syndrome, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease and ALS.

She helps patients with functional tasks including feeding, dressing, grooming, toileting, bathing, sleeping, sexual function and meal prep alongside many others. Other services offered by Erin are neurological impairments, neurological vision impairments, driving evaluations, home safety evaluations, work conditioning and cognitive screening.

Mike Danford, CEO and spokesperson explains, “Occupational therapy includes an individual evaluation where the patient, caregiver and therapist come together to determine their impairments and impairments. The outcome of this is a customized plan to help improve their lives by helping them to better perform their daily living activities and reach their goals. Ongoing treatment ensures that their goals are being met and that changes are made where necessary.”

The Kitsap Physical Therapy team believes that their staff are an integral part of their identity and they work hard to find and keep the best staff available. They have 18 partners that share ownership of the business and it allows them to have at least one partner at each office.

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