Meghan Jackson, PT, DPT, OMPT
Board-Certified: Michigan Board of Physical Therapy
Certified: Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy
Doctoral Degree: Physical Therapy, Oakland University
Bachelor of Science: Health Science, Minor in Exercise Science; Oakland University
Clinical Instructor: for Doctor of Physical Therapy Students, Oakland University and Wayne State University
About Meghan: “Physical therapy is not just a job it is my passion. I became interested in physical therapy in the fifth grade, when my mother suffered a stroke that left her unable to walk, talk or write. After many years of therapy, my mother is nearly back to her old self. Physical therapy gave me my mother back. I want to help people get their lives back. It is my mission to thoroughly evaluate each person to determine the cause of their impairments and then develop an individualized treatment plan to meet each patient’s specific goals, maximizing function and improving quality of life.”
Meghan has a diverse background with experience in orthopedics, pre and post-surgical care, pain management, athletics, neurological rehabilitation, geriatrics and pediatric care. Meghan was awarded the Manual Therapy Excellence Award from Oakland University in 2009 and has worked as a teaching and lab assistant in Oakland University’s Doctor of Physical Therapy Program.