Bremerton & Silverdale Physical Therapy Neuro-Certified Specialist Announced

The Kitsap Physical Therapy center announces the addition of a new neurological physical therapist to the team. Ms. Jen Edwards holds a Doctoral degree in Physical therapy from Regis University. Ms. Edwards areas of specialization include stroke and brain injury rehabilitation.

Kitsap Physical Therapy announces the addition of a new neurological physical therapist to their existing team. Kitsap Physical Therapy serves the Kitsap county area and the new neurological specialist provides care to community members of the Bremerton and Silverdale, Washington areas. The new neurological physical therapist is Ms. Jen Edwards who holds a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree.

For more information the kind of services and diagnosis she provides, visit the Kitsapp website at

Physical therapy becomes essential in a wide variety of neurological conditions. Victims of a stroke, spinal cord injury, MS, Parkinson’s Disease, traumatic brain injury, and vestibular problems can find their mobility and quality of life severely impaired.

A physical therapist is trained to conduct physical therapy sessions based on individual requirements and other physical factors. Ms. Edwards holds an undergraduate degree in B.S Exercise Science and Minor Psychology from Gonganza University. She completed her Doctor of Physical Therapy from Regis University in 2009.

She as previously worked in the Harrison Medical Center for 7 years before joining the Kitsap Physical Therapy center in November 2016. Ms. Edwards is a Certified Stroke and Rehabilitation Specialist (CSRS) and her areas of special interest lie in stroke and brain injury rehabilitation. She has completed specialist programs in Vestibular and Neurological Rehabilitation.

Ms. Jen Edwards lives in South Bend, Washington, with her husband and two children. When she is not rebuilding shattered lives, she enjoys camping, hiking or just relaxing at home. She volunteers with the Bremerton Backpack Brigade. When asked why she decided to become a physical therapist, Ms. Edwards says, “I am passionate about empowering patients to maximize their independence.”

The Kitsap Physical Therapy center is owned by the majority of the therapists who work there. There are also board-certified specialists, special programs and preventive care services. The center was started in 1979. For more information about specializations and services, visit the Kitsap website at the link given above.

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