Jennifer Aglubat, PT
Jennifer Aglubat is a physical therapist and Board Certified Orthopedic Specialist with extensive practice in biomechanical assessment, evaluation, and treatment of movement dysfunction, and development of customized treatment programs based on best practices.
Jennifer graduated from the University of California, Davis with a bachelor’s degree in Exercise Biology, and from Mount St. Mary’s University with her doctoral degree in Physical Therapy. During her time at
Mount St. Mary’s, Jennifer served as a graduate teaching assistant for anatomy curriculum and was a founding member of the university’s student-run pro bono physical therapy clinic. She has worked with Division 1 Athletic Programs, to include traveling with collegiate football, basketball, and soccer teams for on-field injury management and rehabilitation, as well as professional athletes and dancers.
Additionally, Jennifer is a member of the multidisciplinary Seattle Pediatric Sports Medicine Group and serves on a task force aimed at developing an ACL Injury prevention program for youth athletes.
She has contributed to the physical therapy profession by serving as an item writer for the National Physical Therapy Exam and is a credentialed clinical instructor for physical therapy students.
In addition to her work with POTENTRx, Jennifer currently practices in an outpatient orthopedic and sports clinic with an emphasis on post-operative rehabilitation, return to sports testing, biomechanical analysis, and development of functional strengthening programs.