Initial sessions are geared towards establishing a relationship between therapist and patient which insures optimal communication, mutual responsibility for wellness, and clear goals for therapy. Sessions are generally one hour in length and address a wide variety of chronic and acute conditions. Patient care has included those with musculoskeletal dysfunctions, headaches, low back pain, sports and work injuries, and motor vehicle accidents. Sessions are geared towards regaining skeletal and soft tissue alignment and mobility, followed by developing new ways of moving which are more efficient and less prone to injury.
Finally, the patient is invited to begin moving in one of the classes at Fusion in a carefully supervised setting to encourage more independent exercise and maintenance of a healthy body and mind.
We accept most insurance plans.
Jill Wilson, PT
Jill received her Physical Therapy degree from the University of Missouri in 1996, Summa Cum Laude. She traveled with her husband, Patrick, extensively throughout the east coast in various orthopedic and physical therapy settings before they moved to Western Washington in 1998. Jill joined the less than 2% of Physical therapists that are awarded Board Certification as an Orthopedic Clinic Specialist by the Board of Physical Therapy Specialties in 2001. She is an active member of the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Therapists as well as the American Physical Therapy Association Private Practice Section.
Jill likes to integrate Pilates and yoga principles into her treatment approach. She is a Certified Pilates Instructor through ProHealth Institute for Health Professionals and has her 200 Hour Yoga Certificate. She also teaches anatomy to Three Trees Yoga students in Federal Way. Jill’s continuing education has focused on osteopathic manual therapy and has also included Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) Dysfunction.