Jess Wewers, PT
Jess’ fascination with the human body, as well as health and wellness, started at a young age. Upon completing high school, Jess graduated with her A.S. degree in Exercise Science at Raritan Valley Community College. She then went on to become a Licensed Massage Therapist completing 600 hours of training at Cortiva Institute of Massage Therapy. She has taken numerous continuing education courses including Trigger Point Therapy, Neuromuscular Therapy, Myofascial Release and Medical Massage.
After working as a Licensed Massage Therapist for several years, Jess decided to further her education and combine her love for massage with physical therapy. Participating in endurance sports, including running several half and full marathons, as well as training for a 1,900 mile trip on The Great Divide Mountain Bike Trail in Western Canada and the US, she realized the importance of properly conditioning her mind and body to prevent injury and succeed in such endeavors. This, along with her compassionate nature, led her to pursue becoming a Physical Therapist Assistant. She received her A.S. from Mercer County Community College in 2019.
During her free time, Jess enjoys being outside in nature as much as possible. She likes to move her body and tap into a flow state with activities such as running, biking, hiking, kayaking and yoga. You can also find her digging in the dirt in her garden, cooking delicious meals in the kitchen, as well as dancing and singing at a live music event. Most importantly, she loves spending quality time with her two best friends: her partner, Lauren, and their dog, Joey.
Great experience, could hardly walk 2 weeks ago. With Todd's GREAT guidance, I am leaving with no pain. I would absolutely recommend Robbins Rehab. Thanks for everything.
My experience here has been a good one. The therapist have done a wonderful job and I leave this place feeling a lot better then when I first came in. I came here because of a balance problem and the improvement is evident. Now I can drive without any fear.
I got all my questions answered about the pain in my neck that goes down to my hand. Robbins Rehabilitation got me in to see a therapist the same day I called and I felt better after just one visit!