Jacqueline Nyren, PT, MPT
Jacqueline Nyren, MSPT has been practicing physical therapy since receiving her Masters Degree in Physical Therapy from Old Dominion University in 1997.
Originally from Northern Virginia, she received her Bachelor of Science in Education from George Mason University in 1994 and participated on the GMU Varsity Women’s Tennis for four years. She has worked throughout the tri-state area for over 20 years specializing in outpatient treatment of orthopedic conditions including spinal care, sports related injuries, and post-operative rehabilitation. She has organized and participated in many running clinics, and has extensive knowledge for evaluation and treatment of biomechanical injuries involving the distance athlete. Jackie has also been fitting and modifying custom foot orthotics for over ten years. She has been trained in multiple manual techniques to include osteopathic mobilization and manipulation of all joints including the spine, the Graston technique, Cupping and Dry Needling.
In addition to enjoying her career, Jackie has a busy family life with her husband and energetic 9 year old twins. Jackie has completed a full and half Ironman triathlons, and currently stays fit playing recreational soccer, running, and participating in Bikram Yoga which she has practiced for over 5 years.
Jennifer Miner, DPT, CMTPT
Jenn Miner was born and raised in Northern Virginia. She completed her undergraduate classes at Coastal Carolina University and received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree from the University of St. Augustine. Dr. Miner completed internships in clinical settings in Salisbury, MD, Lansdowne, VA, and San Diego, CA.
Jenn has extensive training in treating Cervical spine, Thoracic spine, Lumbar spine and sacroiliac dysfunctions. She enjoys making treatment programs a unique and enjoyable experience for each of her patients. Jenn has specialized in Muscle Energy Techniques, Cupping and Electro Therapeutic Point Stimulation. She has completed her TDN certification and is very excited to see its outstanding benefits in eliminating patients’ symptoms.
Jenn has been very involved with cheerleading at all levels, both as a participant and as a coach, for more than 20 years. Her involvement has contributed to understanding the psyche of athletes, their injuries and their desires to heal and get back to their program as quickly as possible.
When not at work, Jenn enjoys attending barre classes and spending time outside with her husband, sons and dog.
Camilla Grant, MSPT
Camilla Grant, MSPT, graduated summa cum laude from Florida International University in 2007 where she achieved her Master of Science in Physical Therapy. Since graduating Camilla has focused on understanding her profession and patient perspective from all areas gaining experience first in acute physical therapy and inpatient rehabilitation before transitioning to outpatient PT. After moving from Florida to Virginia in 2012 Camilla also added Home Health therapy to her background while simultaneously continuing to practice in outpatient therapy. Camilla strongly believes each patient is unique and their needs for treatment should be focused through patient oriented goals embedded with patient education for continued care. Her special interest lie in manual therapy, she is also trained in Dry Needling and Functional Manual Therapy (CFMT).
When not practicing physical therapy Camilla enjoys spending time with her husband and 2 young children. As a family they enjoy spending time in the Virginia outdoors, going bike riding or just enjoying a movie night at home.
Tara Vieth, DPT, MTC
Tara Vieth is a licensed physical therapist who received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy and a Manual Therapy Certification from the University of Saint Augustine for Health Sciences in Saint Augustine, Florida in 2001. Tara's specialty is outpatient orthopedics with a special interest and focus in manual therapy. She specifically enjoys the complexity and treatment of the spine and is trained in Dry Needling. Tara recently returned to the U.S. after spending several years abroad with her husband and family. She has an affinity for experiencing other cultures and her experiences abroad are nicely reflected in her patient interactions (Tara can speak moderate Spanish!). Tara truly enjoys challenging her patients to challenge themselves and loves helping them return to their prior activities or start new ones.
When not in the clinic, Tara enjoys traveling, practicing yoga and being entertained, along with her husband, by their 2 children.
Robert Doyle, DPT
Bobby graduated physical therapy school from the University of St Augustine in 2016. Over the past 5 years he has been working in the field of sports and outpatient orthopedics. He has pursued additional certifications in order to better help people including: certified strength and condition specialist (CSCS), champion performance specialist (C-PS), certified in dry needling levels 1 & 2 (DN-1 & DN-2), and Titilest Performance Institute Medial Level 2 (TPI M2). He is also an active member of the American Sports Medicine Institute (ASMI) and Elite Baseball Performance (EBP) which collaborate with some the top physical therapists and orthopedic surgeons in the country including Dr. James Andrew’s to help better understand, prevent, treat, and educate people on sport-related injuries.
Bobby’s niche includes rotational athletes especially golfers and baseball players, however he enjoys working with all populations and injuries both non and post-operatively. He believes everyone needs to be able to perform whether it is at an elite athletic level to every day life and loves helping people reach their individual goals.
Bobby is a ex-collegiate soccer player that claims to be retired. In his free time he enjoys anything sports, golfing, fishing, music and food. If you are new to the area or are in need of any restaurant recommendations he would be happy to help you out.
Sarah Wolbrom, DPT
Sarah earned her doctorate of physical therapy from The George Washington University in 2011 and has over 10 years of experience in outpatient orthopedic physical therapy. Sarah utilizes hands-on techniques to assess and correct dysfunction followed by muscle re training to restore normal movement patterns. She incorporates manual therapy techniques with teaching strength, mobility and motor control exercises for long lasting results. Sarah is certified in Selective Functional Movement Assessment, Integrative Dry Needling and she is currently working on her Trigger Point Dry Needling certification.
Sarah believes that an active lifestyle plays an important role in quality of life across the lifespan and has expertise in performing movement assessments and gait analysis to help patient’s return to an active lifestyle. She strives to empower her patients through education and self-awareness to achieve their goals. Sarah enjoys treating a wide range of disorders and has a special interest in women’s health physical therapy including pregnancy and post-partum, diastasis recti, and hip and sacroiliac dysfunction.