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Jackie Meathe PT, DPT, CIDN

Jackie Meathe PT, DPT, CIDN

Physical Therapist

Owner of PhysioFit, LLC

Dr. Jackie Meathe PT, DPT is passionate about treating clients through a holistic lens utilizing physical therapy as a means to reduce pain, restore function, and promote an optimal lifestyle of health and wellness. Through years of practice Jackie has identified the benefits of incorporating manual therapy into her treatments to optimize healing in her clients. She utilizes joint mobilizations and soft tissue release with dry needling and cupping, in addition to client education to promote clients’ understanding of proper body mechanics, anatomy, and individual restrictions.

Jackie believes no human fits one algorithm and tailored interventions are essential. Her collaborative approach with clients creates a safe space for clients to feel supported and heard; where healing happens and goals are met.

Jackie has been practicing in the field of physical therapy for ten years.  Her passion is working with motivated adults who are looking to reduce pain and relieve mobility limitations caused by a variety of conditions. She earned her doctorate at Cleveland State University after her undergraduate degree in athletic training from University of Pittsburgh.

When not treating patients she enjoys practicing yoga, exercising, rock climbing, and spending time with friends, family, and her dog Lloyd.

"Jackie is absolutely amazing at listening to your concerns and taking her immense knowledge of the human body and putting it to work!"

Jackie on the beach

What conditions do I treat?

My mission is to have patients leave my office feeling better than when they walked in. A one-on-one treatment approach allows for optimal pain reduction with manual based interventions and optimal movement pattern restoration in addition to providing tools for clients to use for independent maintenance of pain recurrence.

  • Muscular Pain
  • Joint Pain
  • Migraines/Headaches
  • Whiplash
  • Tendinitis
  • Plantar Fasciitis
  • Range of Motion deficits
  • Nerve Entrapment
  • And many more!