Jaclyn grew up in Philadelphia and moved to Tennessee for high school. After graduating, she went to the University of Tennessee and graduated with a Bachelors of Science in Chemistry as well as a minor in Spanish. In 2011, Jaclyn graduated from Emory University with Academic Honors with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy. Jaclyn received a strong foundation in orthopedics from Emory and has advanced her training with pelvic floor courses and a certification in lymphedema. Jaclyn specializes in treating patients with pelvic floor disorders, including incontinence and pelvic pain, and in treating lymphedema and swelling concerns. She has a passion for motivating patients to go beyond what they think is possible to achieve their goals.
Jaci is a member of the APTA as well as the Orthopedic and Women’s Health Sections. She has been published in the Journal of Neurophysiology on treadmill exercise effects on axon regeneration following peripheral nerve injury. Jaci loves to travel and share her passion for treating patients and recently traveled to Vietnam to teach the physical therapists and doctors at an orthopedic hospital about lymphedema, pelvic floor disorders, and orthopedic conditions. In her spare time, Jaci loves to read, run, do yoga, and spoil her black lab rescue, Jennings.