Jessica Jay’s passion for physical therapy started as a young child, when her uncle was an Athletic Trainer for the Chicago White Sox, and later the Arizona Diamondbacks. She was raised in Battle Creek, Michigan, the cereal capital of the world, but has lived in Georgia since 2013. Jessica grew up fascinated with how medicine and athletics fit together. This became the fuel for her passion and career. Jessica became a Physical Therapist Assistant in 2006. Since becoming a PTA. She has trained in techniques such as Cupping, Kinesiotaping, Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization, and Postural Restoration Techniques. She enjoys working with people of all ages, all types of injuries, and finds it a pleasure to help people return to their favorite sport or hobby. Fun fact about Jessica, while I was in school she amputated the end of her finger! Thankfully, it was reattached!