Dr. Jessica Hill PT DPT MSPT CSCS is a New York State licensed Physical Therapist who received her BA in Biology and Psychology at Dartmouth College. She completed her professional training at Simmons College where she earned her Masters Degree in Physical Therapy and her Clinical Doctorate Degree in Physical Therapy in 2002. She is a Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the National Strength & Conditioning Association, certified Specialized Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA) level 1 & 2 practitioner, certified Functional Movement Screen (FMS) level 1 practitioner, and a certified Functional Movement Techniques provider and instructor for RockTape USA.
Dr. Hill has over 17 years of clinical experience in general orthopedics, sports medicine, industrial rehabilitation, pre-/post- surgical care, performance enhancement, wellness training, and injury prevention. She works with patients of all ages and across all activity levels from highly sedentary people to highly active populations including national caliber/professional/semi-pro/collegiate athletes, extreme and ultra-athletes, and military. Dr. Hill co-founded a group of highly successful outpatient Physical Therapy practices in VT where she practiced prior to moving to NYC full time to be with family and start a solo concierge practice.
Dr. Hill evaluates and treats with a whole body approach that combines knowledge and understanding of localized anatomy and function within the context of full body structure, function, and movement patterns. She works to restore compromised mobility, strength, stability, and movement patterning through a variety of manual techniques, active modalities, progressive exercise, and education. She enjoys solid rapport with her patients and clients, clinical problem-solving, and watching her patients and clients progress to the activities they need to do, want to do, and aspire to do.
Dr. Hill is a self-professed “biomechanics, kinetic chain, fascial train enthusiast” who never tires of learning new treatment and training techniques, perspectives, and the latest the medical literature has to offer. She is an avid skier (telemark and Nordic), cyclist, ice hockey player, photographer, and outdoor enthusiast. She has been known to frequent the Met, MOMA, and AMNH repeatedly when the exhibits change. She enjoys travel and will read anything an arm’s length away. She lives by the guiding principle to, “Always leave it better than I found it, regardless of what it is.”