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Jacqueline Scully DPT
I strive to bring hope and enthusiasm to your journey.
Being a physical therapist has been a source of great pride and joy in my life since I graduated from Marquette University in 1992. In my pursuit of becoming a more informed and well-rounded PT, I gained my certification in the Neurodevelopmental Technique (NDT) Management of Adults with Stroke and Brain Injury and completed my doctoral degree in Physical Therapy at Oakland University where I am currently an instructor in the neuro tract.
My passion is working with individuals who are living with a chronic neurological diagnosis such as stroke, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s Disease, or spinal cord injury.
I believe that progress can always be made, regardless of how long ago you were diagnosed or your current level of function.
I truly believe and teach my students that there is always something to gain, there is always another way of looking at things.
My approach is functionally-based and creative in its design, focusing on quality of life and improving your participation in that life.
As a previous gymnast and mom to 3 athletic daughters, I see the importance of movement and lifelong learning at all stages.
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