SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE CARE

While most of our staff are fully vaccinated, we will continue to wear masks and abide the latest CDC guidelines. Currently, the CDC recommends that healthcare facilities continue to follow the infection prevention guidelines for unvaccinated individuals while at work. As a result, we ask our staff and patients to wear a mask while inside the clinic. We appreciate your cooperation as we ensure the safety and wellbeing of our patients.

Services

Our physical therapists understand that to best treat the needs of our patients, specialization is necessary.

What is Physical Therapy?

Physical Therapy is a well known and respected profession specializing in the evaluation and treatment of the musculoskeletal system. Physical therapists have the rewarding opportunity to make a positive difference in the quality of their patients’ lives. They help to manage and prevent a wide range of conditions, including orthopedic and soft tissue injuries, sports injuries, fractures and dislocations.

Patient Resources

Get the forms and information you need to help you through the administrative part of your patient experience.

What to expect

The first step to successful rehabilitation and recovery is a complete evaluation. The physical therapist’s evaluation will include an examination of your muscles, test of your joints, and assessment of your injury or condition. At this time education about your condition and an initial plan of care will be given. Next comes hands on manual therapy.
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Billing and Medical Records

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Careers

At The Jackson Clinics, we are a culture of learning. Striving for excellence in patient care and each other.

General Employment

The Jackson Clinics, LP is a locally owned physical therapy practice in multiple locations throughout Northern Virginia. We specialize in outpatient orthopedics and sports rehabilitation. Our therapists and assistants possess advanced clinical skills in spinal disorders, sacroiliac joint dysfunction and peripheral joint problems, including rotator cuff injuries, knee injuries and foot and ankle pain.

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Orthopedic Residency Program

The Jackson Clinics Orthopedic Residency Program has been accredited by the ABPTRFE since 2009, the accrediting body for the APTA. The program is one of the first and only orthopedic physical therapy residencies to be accredited in the mid-Atlantic region.

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Upper Extremity Athlete Fellowship Program

The Jackson Clinics Upper Extremity Athlete Fellowship Program is one of only three in the country and is accredited by the American Physical Therapy Association as a post professional fellowship program for physical therapists in Northern Virginia.

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From our Blog

Cycling Your Way to Better Health

It’s no secret: most of us are aware that regular exercise is essential for better health. Engaging in regular, moderate physical activity makes you 20% to 30% less likely to die prematurely. It also makes you 50% less likely to develop serious diseases such as cancer, diabetes, stroke and cardiovascular disease. The last of these―also […]

Take Exercising to Heart

Let’s face it: coronary artery disease, congestive heart failure, heart surgery, and heart attack are all scary words. But, here’s why you should take exercising to heart. Research shows that a balanced, individualized, supervised exercise program can prevent and speed up recovery from heart disease. The important words here are balanced, individualized and supervised, because […]

Getting Children in Shape for Every Sport

Whether your children play soccer or football, being in shape prior to the season can help to prevent injuries while maximizing their game. Although it may seem that some sports are safer than others, the most important thing is to get your children prepared. For instance, youth football is often weight and age-matched, which can […]

Running After a Total Hip Replacement

While many surgeons say no to resuming a running program after a total hip replacement, others say you can do so depending on the bone quality and the prosthetic materials used to replace the worn hip joint. In surgery, the damaged cartilage and bone are removed and replaced with metal, plastic or ceramic joint surfaces. […]

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Administrative Office

119 The Plains Rd., Suite 100
P.O. Box 1769
Middleburg, VA 20117
Tel: 540.687.8181
Fax: 540.687.8256

Billing & Medical Records

Toll Free: 888.889.6363
Hours: 8:00am-5:00pm

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