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Dr. Rebecca Jankowiak, PT, DPT


Physical Therapist


I graduated with my Masters Degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Maryland, Baltimore, in 2004.  In 2005, I earned my Doctorate Degree from the University of Maryland.  Since that time, I have worked in outpatient orthopedics and sports medicine.

I believe that being injured doesn’t have to mean that you are stuck on the couch. While it might require some modification, I want you to stay as active as possible throughout your rehabilitation journey.  I also recognize that everyone is busy these days, so I give specific tools for patients to safely and effectively get back to the activities they want and love to do.

Also, I am a  former intercollegiate runner and continue to run for joy and for the  love of the sport.  Because of this, I have a special interest in treating endurance athletes, including gait analysis for runners and I have taken specialized courses addressing running and gait issues to promote optimal running mechanics addressing speed and form.  I also have attained advanced education for Dry Needling through Kinetacore and Myopain Seminars.  I am approved and registered to perform dry needling as an effective adjunct to therapy, and  more recently I have begun to specialize in pelvic floor rehabilitation.  I have taken the Level I APTA pelvic floor rehab course and have also taken courses addressing postpartum rehabilitation.

When I am not in the clinic, I enjoy running, baking, hiking or doing something else active with my family.  And, then there are many weekends, you can find me on the sidelines of a soccer and lacrosse fields!

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