Brambleton / Ashburn


42365 Soave Dr., Suite 200
Brambleton VA 20148


Tel: 571.349.3116
Fax: 844.684.4241


M – Th: 7:00am – 7:00pm
F: 7:00am – 12:00pm
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Specialty Services Offered:
  • Aquatic Therapy
  • Breast Cancer Rehabilitation/Lymphedema
  • Custom Orthotics
  • Dry Needling
  • Pediatrics
  • Running Exams
  • Work Hardening
Take a Look Inside The Jackson Clinics Physical Therapy Clinic in Brambleton/ Ashburn (Inside OneLife Fitness)

Physical Therapy Clinic Brambleton / Ashburn Staff

Kristin Huppi, Clinic Director

Kristin Huppi,  PT, DPT, OCS, SCS, CSCS

Clinic Director
Doctor of Physical Therapy
Orthopedic Clinical Specialist
Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist

Education: Kristin is a Duke University graduate with her Doctorate in Physical Therapy. She completed her undergraduate work at Virginia Tech with a degree in Biology. In 2009, she completed The Jackson Clinics Orthopedic Residency. She is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), a Certified Clinical Instructor (CI), and an active APTA member in the orthopedic section. Kristin is a Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist.

Specialties: Kristin has a strong interest and background in treating all orthopedic injuries and post-operative rehab. She has a strong background in competitive figure skating and dance, and has worked closely within these communities providing PT services, consultation, education, and injury/prevention screenings. She enjoys working with pediatric clients as well and is comfortable treating infants, toddlers, and elementary aged children. She has worked with clients who have conditions such as osteogenesis imperfecta, mild cerebral palsy, torticollis and developmental delay. She also helped to develop the aquatics program within The Jackson Clinics. Kristin is also knowledgeable in using movement analysis software and is able to perform analysis for runners, skaters, swimmers, etc. within their respective environments.

Fun Facts: Kristin is a competitive figure skater and coach. She and her team, DC Edge, are the reigning National Champions in the highly competitive Adult and Masters divisions. Kristin loves to be active and enjoys running with her Vizsla, playing tennis and being outdoors. She also loves to bake for her co-workers!

Check out Kristin in videos by MoveForwardPT:
ACL Injury Prevention

Running Tips

Alexandra Smith, Office Administrator

Alexandra Smith,

Aysha Ehsan, Physical Therapist

Aysha Ehsan, PT, DPT

Education: Aysha graduated from Mary Baldwin University with her Doctorate in Physical Therapy in May 2019. She completed her undergraduate work at Virginia Commonwealth University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science. Aysha has been a member of the APTA since 2016.

Specialties: Aysha has a strong interest in orthopedic injuries, sports rehabilitation, and fascial restrictions.

Fun Facts: Aysha is a local of Loudoun country and played Varsity Lacrosse for Freedom High School South Riding. Aysha loves to stay active and likes to try new food places in the Northern Virginia Area. She also enjoys watching sports and is rooting for local DC sports teams.

Elizabeth DePasquale, Physical Therapist

Elizabeth DePasquale, PT, DPT, OCS

Education: Liz graduated from Shenandoah University with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy in August 2015. She completed her undergraduate work at Virginia Tech with a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Nutrition, Foods, and Exercise in May of 2012. She traveled to Kenya in December 2016 to assist with teaching the Lumbar Spine and Pelvic Girdle, as a part of the ongoing Jackson Clinics Africa Programs. Liz recently completed our Orthopedic Residency Program and is now an Orthopedic Clinical Specialist.

Specialties: Liz has a strong interest and background in orthopedic and overuse injuries and post-operative rehabilitation. She has experience working with various sports injuries, as she worked with the Virginia Tech Sports Medicine team and cheerleading and dance teams. She has a strong passion for injury prevention and helping patients return to activities that they enjoy.

Fun Facts: Liz loves being active and traveling, with any excuse to go somewhere new. She usually can be found hiking somewhere, whether it be in the Shenandoah Valley, out West or in Scotland with a wounded warrior organization she volunteers with. One of her biggest passions is running. She completed Marine Corps Marathon in 2016 and hopes to finish it again this year.  During the fall, you can often find her in front of the TV, watching college football and cheering on her Hokies.

Pathik Patel, Physical Therapist

The Jackson Clinics Physical in Ashburn Pathik Patel, PT, DPT

Education: Pathik graduated from Wheeling Jesuit University with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy in December 2017. He completed his undergraduate work at the University of Virginia with a degree in Kinesiology. He has been a member of the APTA since 2015.

Specialties: Pathik has a strong interest in orthopedic and sport specific injuries, as well as post-operative rehabilitation. With a background in soccer and running, he enjoys working with individuals looking to return to sport, as well as other activities that individuals enjoy performing.

Fun Facts: Pathik likes spending time with family and friends, traveling, and being active by spending time outdoors and playing sports. He also likes watching soccer.

Robert Doyle, Physical Therapist

Robert Doyle, PT, DPT

Education: Bobby graduated from the University of St. Augustine with a Doctorate of Physical Therapy in May 2016. He completed his undergraduate work at the University of Florida with a Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology in 2012. Bobby is furthering his education through classes offered at The Jackson Clinics and is pursuing certifications including Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), Dry Needling (DN), and Titleist Performance Institute (TPI).

Specialties: Bobby has a strong background in treating all types of non-operative and post-operative orthopedic injuries. He believes in using an eclectic approach of manual therapy techniques to help improve range of motion followed by progressive neuromuscular re-education and strengthening to help people return to function pain free.  He has special interest in treating rotational athletes such as golfers, tennis, baseball players, etc. due to their unique set of physical demands.

Fun Facts: Bobby enjoys staying active through all types of exercise including running, yoga, weight lifting, and sports. He is an ex-collegiate soccer player, but claims to be retired. He has recently found a passion for golf, and is working hard to improve all aspects of his game! If he is not on the golf course, hopefully you can find him somewhere on the water fishing.

Juan Pablo Duran,

Juan Pablo Duran, PT, DPT

J Na Johnson, Certified Athletic Trainer

J Na Johnson, ATC

Morgan Washington, Certified Athletic Trainer

Morgan Washington The Jackson Clinics Physical Therapy Morgan Washington, ATC

Nikki Thompson
Nikki Thompson
15:33 27 Oct 19
Excellent team!! Everyone there is great. I had moderate to severe herniated disc’s in my neck doctor suggested I needed surgery but I felt physical therapy might help. Looks like I was right the Jackson team fix me right up.
Diane Abbott
Diane Abbott
21:05 02 Aug 19
I was referred to the Brambleton Jackson Clinic by my Ortho after a fall and resultant 3rd degree sprain of my ankle, and a sprain and strain of just about everything in my foot and calf. It was a painful mess. I was assigned to Physical Therapist Juan who is very knowledgeable about PT and a real healer (as an RN, this is my greatest compliment to anyone in the medical field). I was also assigned to J’Na, ATC, the exercise therapist who leads that effort with just the right amount of encouragement and direction to keep you on track. Both are so positive and caring that it made it a pleasure to go to appointments. It also inspired me to do the work at home every day. My Ortho Doc told me that with the severity of the injury, it could be anywhere between 2 to 3 months before I would be walking without pain. When I returned to him after 3.5 weeks, he expressed his surprise and delight at my progress. I know that starting physical therapy right away with these two talented professionals was the reason I healed so rapidly and was back on my foot and ankle and walking normally without pain in 4 weeks’ time. Also, I might mention that the work Juan did with me corrected issues with my feet, knees, hips and balance that I had been having for years. I also appreciated the efficient and professional front desk gals. I would highly recommend the Jackson Clinic for PT! I am going to miss you guys!
Diane A.
Diane A.

13:57 02 Aug 19
I was referred to the Brambleton Jackson Clinic by my Ortho after a fall and resultant 3rd degree sprain of my ankle, and a sprain and strain of just about…
Steve Lee
Steve Lee
23:28 16 Apr 19
I absolutely need to express my sincere gratitude to Kristin and her entire dedicated Physical Therapy team at the Brambleton Jackson Clinics for all of their help concerning my recent joint replacement surgery.My right knee full revision was performed February 21st 2019. My first therapy session with Kristin was on the 25th and by March 1st Dr. Peyton was wowed that Kristin’s team had already helped me achieve 125° range of motion. By late March with the teams help I again wowed Dr. Peyton as we now had 137° range of motion and that’s 10° more than they had ever expected.Because of the vast expertise on Kristin’s team and the supportive positive environment I am ready to get back to my supervisory position as a construction manager.Steven Lee

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