Jackie Gamache, DPT

Jaclyn “Jackie” Gamache earned both her Bachelors degree in Exercise and Movement Science and Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Vermont. Jackie participated in research that focused on neurological effects of both aging and Parkinson’s Disease. Her research background in both natural aging and Parkinson’s disease has made balance training, fall prevention, and exercises tailored to Parkinson’s Disease, and overall patient education one of her professional passions. 

Jackie is a Certified Vestibular Rehabilitation Specialist by the American Institute of Balance and has worked with vestibular professionals and has completed extensive vestibular post graduate training in Florida. She continues to attend vestibular conferences; keeping up to date in the latest research. She is an active member of the American Physical Therapy Association and APTA’s Neurology section, and it’s special interest group’s vestibular rehabilitation section. 

After undergoing her own orthopedic surgery during college, Jackie found a passion for helping others heal and return to the activities they love. She treats a variety of orthopedic, neuromuscular, vestibular and neurodegenerative conditions while emphasizing the power of exercise for everyone. 
Jackie specializes in orthopedics and musculoskeletal injuries, manual therapy techniques of the cervical and lumbar spine, TMJ dysfunction, balance training/fall prevention, and exercises focused around individuals with Parkinson’s Disease.