Jesse Kirtchuk received his B.A. in Urban and Community Health from Rhodes College in 2018 and his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from George Washington University in 2021.
He completed long term internships at the Mayo Clinic, the Jackson Clinics, and our very own PhysioDC where he has had the opportunity to treat and rehabilitate orthopedic related injuries all along the continuum of care.
From the acute setting to the outpatient setting, Jesse has successfully treated a variety of patient populations. From those just getting out of surgery to those with longstanding aches and pains, Jesse has managed these situations from both ends. Those that he
has treated include college swimmers, high school baseball players, weekend warriors, and many more. These experiences have granted him the ability to treat and manage conditions that are more acute in nature to those that are more chronic.
Jesse’s current interests lie in all things orthopedics, especially the upper and lower extremities. He also has an interest in community-based healthcare, where he can use his advanced Spanish speaking skills to assist underserved populations. His treatment
focuses on manual therapy techniques as well as targeted exercise programs that address movement and functional based impairments.
Email Jesse: firstname.lastname@example.org