Dr. Jessica Magee serves as a the Assistant Women’s Health Physical Therapy Residency Program Coordinator. She received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy (DPT) in 2018 from the University of North Florida in Jacksonville, FL. Prior to this, she received her Bachelors of Science in Athletic Training, also from the University of North Florida, and is a licensed and certified Athletic Trainer. She is a graduate of the Brooks Rehabilitation Women’s Health Residency Program, a Board Certified Clinical Specialist in Women’s Health Physical Therapy and serves as the Women’s Health Program Coordination for the outpatient division of Brooks Rehabilitation.
Bachelors of Science in Athletic Training from the University of North Florida in 2014
Doctor of Physical Therapy from the University of North Florida in 2018
Brooks Institute of Higher Learning Women’s Health Residency Graduate 2019
Dr. Magee specializes in the area of Men’s, Women’s, and Pediatric Pelvic Health.
Dr. Magee currently assists with teaching Brooks IHL continuing education courses including Pelvic Physical Therapy 1, Obstetrics in Physical Therapy Level 1
Dr. Magee has also served as a guest lecture on the following topics:
Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation for the Lifespan, Co-Presenter, Florida Academy of Physicians Assistants. January 2020
The Importance of Exercise in the Breast Cancer Patient, Presenter, Pink Ribbon Symposium. October 2020
Musculoskeletal Management of the Pregnant and Postpartum Patient, Presenter, Brooks Rehabilitation Innovative Topics in Rehabilitation. May 2021
Exercise for Overall Health, Presenter, Pink Ribbon Symposium. October 2021
Member of APTA and Academy of Pelvic Health Member, August 2015- Present
Jessica Magee, Stephanie Bush. A Physical Therapist’s Evaluation and Management of Bladder Pain Syndrome in a 32-Year Old Male. Poster Presentation. CSM 2021.
Jessica Magee, Stephanie Bush. Nerve versus Muscle: A Physical Therapist’s Evaluation and Management Approach to Pudendal Neuralgia. Poster Presentation. CSM 2021.