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Dr. Jessica Swartz PT, DPT, CCI


Physical Therapist


Jessica earned her B.S. in Kinesiology in 2011 and her B.A. in Psychology in 2012, both from Arizona State University in Tempe, Arizona. She went on to receive her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from San Diego State University in San Diego, California. Currently, she is working on her PhD in Public Health with an emphasis on Health Behavior in the Joint Doctoral Program of Public Health at UC San Diego/San Diego State University, where the focus of her research is developing ways to use physical therapy as a tool to improve women’s and maternal health outcomes and address health disparities.

Jessica attended PT school with the knowledge that she wanted to enter the field of pelvic health rehabilitation. She has extensive experience and training in outpatient and research physical therapy settings, all with an emphasis on women’s health. Jessica has taken numerous continuing education courses through Herman & Wallace and the APTA, presented her pelvic floor PT research at the APTA Combined Sections Meeting on numerous occasions, and is the recipient of multiple research funding awards from the APTA Academy of Pelvic Health Physical Therapy. She also maintains a faculty position in the San Diego State University Doctor of Physical Therapy program, educating second year students in pelvic floor special topics. Jessica believes in empowering her patients through movement and enjoys treating all variety of pelvic floor conditions, but she has a special interest in PT for pregnant and postpartum women.

Jessica lives in Austin with her husband. When she is not studying, researching, teaching, or treating patients, you can find Jessica floating in the pool, lifting weights at the gym, or taking a hot yoga class. She also must have a trip in the works at all times, whether that’s to visit family in Arizona or to discover a new place across the globe.

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