Jacqueline Osborne
PT, DPT, GCS, CEEAA
Jackie.Osborne@brooksrehab.org
IHL Role:
Dr. Jacqueline Osborne currently serves as the Geriatric Residency Program Coordinator for the Brooks Institute of Higher Learning.
Bio:

As the Brooks Geriatric Residency Program Coordinator, Dr. Jacqueline Osborne develops and delivers geriatric specific residency curriculum and serves as a mentor to all geriatric residents. Additionally, she updates geriatric residency curriculum and contributes to program/curriculum development and delivery as faculty for all Brooks Physical Therapy Residency and Occupational Therapy Fellowship Programs. She performs administrative duties associated with residency programs including collecting and organizing data to ensure the residents and fellows successful completion of their programs and to ensure compliance required for accreditation.

Education & Training:

B.S. in Business Administration (concentration in Operations Management) – University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware, May 2000

Doctorate in Physical Therapy – Arcadia University, Glenside, Pennsylvania, May 2003

Board Certified in Geriatric Physical Therapy from the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties (initially certified in 2007; recertified in 2017)

Certified Exercise Expert for Aging Adults (CEEAA) from APTA Geriatrics in 2012

Advanced Certified Exercise Expert for Aging Adults (ACEEAA) from APTA Geriatrics in 2018

PWR!Moves® Certified in 2019

Areas of Interest:

Dr. Osborne develops and delivers geriatric specific residency curriculum, serves as a mentor to all geriatric residents, and contributes to the program/curriculum development for all Brooks Physical Therapy Residency and Occupational Therapy Fellowship programs. She also performs administrative duties associated with residency programs including collecting and organizing data to ensure the residents and fellows successful completion of their programs and to ensure compliance required for accreditation.

Academic & Professional Activities:

Appointed Co-Chair, American Physical Therapy Association Clinical Practice Guideline Workgroup for the Physical Therapist Management of Individuals with Parkinson Disease – Clinical Practice Guideline led to publication and co-authorship

GeriEDGE Taskforce Member APTA Geriatrics from 2014 – 2016 – led to a publication and Excellence in Geriatric Research Award in 2017

Elected chair, American Board of Physical Therapy Residency and Fellowship Education

Elected Member, Academy of Geriatric Physical Therapy of the American Physical Therapy Association Board of Directors; Director of Publications and Partnerships

Appointed Member of the Residency Performance Measurement Workgroup of the American Board of Physical Therapy Residency and Fellowship Education

Active Member of the Florida Physical Therapy Association

Invited Speaker at Local, State and National Professional Conferences and Community Events

American Physical Therapy Association Combined Sections Meetings

American Council of Academic Physical Therapy Education Leadership Conference

Florida Physical Therapy Association Annual Conferences

Florida Council on Aging Conference

East Central District of the Florida Physical Therapy Association

Florida State College of Jacksonville’s Frisch Institute for Senior Care Aging and End-of-Life Care Symposium

National Parkinson’s Foundation Moving Day Event

Fall Prevention Awareness Day Screening Events at local YMCAs and Senior Centers

Awards and distinguished honors

Recipient of the Excellence in Geriatric Research Award from the Academy of Geriatric Physical Therapy of the APTA for Lusardi MM, Fritz S, Middleton A, Allison L, Wingood M, Phillips E, Criss M, Verma S, Osborne J, Chui KK. Determining Risk of Falls in Community Dwelling Older Adults: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis Using Posttest Probability; published in the Journal of Geriatric Physical Therapy. 2017 Jan/Mar;40(1):1-36.

Recipient of Fred M. Rutan Outstanding Service Award from the FPTA – September 2016

Educational Material:

Abstracts:
Taulbee L, Trapuzzano A, Nguyen T, Osborne J. Geriatric Functional Milestones: Promoting Movement While Aging; Combined Sections Meeting Virtual 2021

Osborne J, Fernanadez J, Salvatori R. Concussion: A Revealing Look at Mild Traumatic Brain Injury across the Lifespan Combined Sections Meeting New Orleans 2018

J. Osborne. A demonstration of how a properly dosed home exercise program may delay or eliminate the need for medical interventions in an older adult with severe knee osteoarthritis. Combined Sections Meeting 2017; San Antonio, Texas.

Robinson, Rob, Osborne J. Assessing Stepping Reactions in an Older Adult Faller after Hip Fracture and Surgery. Combined Sections Meeting 2016; Anaheim, California.

Padilla, Amelia, Osborne J, Balasubramanian C, Fox E. Customized Assessment to Specifically Identify Balance Impairments in an Ambulatory Older Adult. Combined Sections Meeting 2015; Indianapolis, Indiana

Willard G, Spigel P, Osborne J, Fox E. Relaxation techniques as an adjuvant to decrease hemiballism in a patient post-stroke. Neurology Section: Balance and Falls. Combined Sections Meeting 2014; Las Vegas, NV.

DeMark L, Rose D, Spigel P, Osborne, J, Beneciuk J. Case series: A backward walking training program to improve balance, forward gait speed, and decreased fall risk in acute stroke. Neurology Section: Stroke SIG. Combined Sections Meeting 2014; Las Vegas, NV.

Books and Book Chapters
Osborne, J. (2016) Documentation for Physical Therapist Practice: A Clinical Decision Making Approach. Burlington, MA: Jones & Bartlett Learning.

Osborne J. (2012) Transtibial amputation. In
Shamus E, ed. The Color Atlas of Physical Therapy. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill Publishers. www.accessphysiotherapy.com

Osborne J. (2012) Transfemoral amputation. In
Shamus E, ed. The Color Atlas of Physical Therapy. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill Publishers. www.accessphysiotherapy.com

Peer-Reviewed Publications:
DeMark L, Fox EJ, Spigel PM, Osborne J, Rose DK. Clinical application of backward walking training to improve walking function, balance, and fall-risk in acute stroke: a case series. Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation. 2019;26(7):497-502.

Lusardi MM, Fritz SL, Middleton A, Allison LK, Wingood M, Phillips E, Criss M, Verma S, Osborne J, Chui KK. Determining risk of future falls in community-dwelling older adults: A systematic review and meta-analysis using post-test probability. Journal of Geriatric Physical Therapy. 2017;40(1):1-36.

Osborne, J. Physical Therapy Services for Older Americans: Barriers to Access in Rural America. Topics in Geriatric Rehabilitation. 2008;24(4):337-343.

Other Publications:
Osborne, J. Documentation Helps Clinicians Help People. GeriNotes. 2018;25(3):16-18.

Osborne, J., Osborne, R., Neilson, L., Rowe R. The Lumbopelvic Complex: Geriatric Low Back Pain. Independent Study Course 28.3; Academy of Orthopaedic Physical Therapy, The American Physical Therapy Association. June 2017.

Osborne, J. Open Letter to the Members of the Academy of Geriatric Physical Therapy: Ageism. GeriNotes. 2016;23(2).

Osborne, J. Residency Corner: Brooks Geriatric Residency Program. GeriNotes. 2013; 20(1):19

Osborne J. Fact Sheet: Posture and Parkinson’s Disease; American Physical Therapy Association Section on Neurology, Degenerative Diseases Special Interest Group; 2010.

Osborne, J. Using Motor Learning Concepts to Guide Intervention in Individuals with Parkinson Disease. GeriNotes. 2010;17(4):10-12.