Jena Roe, PT, DPT
- Doctorate of Physical Therapy, Columbia University
- Bachelor of Science, Environmental Health, University of Washington
- Orthopedic Therapy
- Sports related injuries
- Pelvic Health
Jena earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Columbia University and her Bachelor of Science in Environmental Health from the University of Washington. Her path to becoming a physical therapist grew out of her love of sports. Growing up, she was an athlete who played basketball, soccer, and track. When she tore her ACL playing basketball in high school, she was worried that she would not be able to get back to full strength, but her physical therapist helped her get back to where she was pre-injury. It is because of this personal experience that she utilizes a personalized approach for each patient to ensure they achieve their goals and get back to the life they want to live. Jena’s practice focuses on orthopedics and the treatment of sports injuries for patients of all ages. Additionally, she has become passionate about the treatment of pelvic floor dysfunction, a problem that is much too common, yet often overlooked. She has furthered her knowledge of the treatment of pelvic floor dysfunction by taking several continuing education courses through the Herman and Wallace Institute.
Alison Commender, DPT
- Doctoral Degree, Physical Therapy, Virginia Commonwealth University
- Bachelor's Degree, Kinesiology & Health Sciences, College of William and Mary
Alison is from Westchester, NY where she grew up an avid swimmer and diver. She graduated with a B.S. in Kinesiology & Health Sciences from the College of William and Mary and went on to get her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Virginia Commonwealth University. During school, she completed one of her clinical rotations with Professional PT and has recently moved back to NY to begin working with them. Additionally, Alison has experience working with a neurological patient population through her clinical rotations. In her free time she still enjoys swimming, as well as running and hiking!