Jerri Robertson, MPT
Director of Physical Therapy
Jerri began her career as a physical therapist in sports medicine and orthopedics in 2009 following her completion of the masters program in physical therapy at Cal State University-Northridge (CSUN). Jerri has since completed advanced training in manual therapy techniques, movement science and dynamic neuromuscular stabilization. As a physical therapist, Jerri emphasizes the correction of movement dysfunction utilizing manual therapy, pilates-based exercise and patient education to treat a variety of orthopedic and neurologic conditions. As a former athlete, Jerri relishes the opportunity to apply her knowledge and experience to athletes of all ages to not only return to sport but to improve their overall level of performance.
Jerri was born and raised in Tulsa, Oklahoma where she participated in athletics at the high school and collegiate level and received her B.S in Biological Sciences from Oklahoma State University in 2004. Jerri moved to California in 2006 to attend the graduate program at CSUN. In her final year at CSUN Jerri worked with a team of eight students and two professors who volunteered at the DaNang Orthopedic Rehabilitation Center in DaNang, Vietnam. During her stay her focus was on providing rehab and education for patients following lower limb amputation. The experience sparked her interest in international healthcare, and she plans to pursue more volunteer opportunities around the world.
Jerri currently serves as the Director of Physical Therapy at The Cypress Center and is glad to be a member of the unique group of therapists who offer a variety of specializations including women’s health, vestibular rehabilitation, geriatrics and orthopedics.
When not pursuing her professional goals, Jerri enjoys being her own personal trainer, creating outdoor workouts that allow her to take in all that Southern California has to offer. When it’s time to relax she enjoys dining at her favorite restaurants, watching sports and taking her chihauhau mix, Lilli, for runs at the beach.