I recently had knee replacement surgery. I decided to do my physical therapy at BreakThrough Physical Therapy in Verona because it would be convenient. I am so glad I made that decision. Nash made me feel comfortable right away. He is very knowledgeable and has a calm, encouraging manner. I was thrilled with the success…
Julie and Jessica were invaluable in my breast cancer recovery. After a long recovery from a mastectomy, chemo, radiation, and reconstructive surgery with implants, I still suffered from pain in my ribs below my breast and pain in my breast area from radiation. The Breast Center at UW Hospital was incredible during the implant surgery…
From the first time I met Julie and Jessica, it was clear that concern for my total care was their priority. This included both the physical and mental challenges of breast cancer recovery. Upon learning of their focus on all aspects of this targeted program, I knew I was in the right place and on…
After a double mastectomy and breast reconstruction which required muscle to be removed from my back and brought to my chest, I didn’t want anyone touching me. My chest felt weird, I was in a lot of pain, and I was tired of doctor appointments. But I also felt very weak and knew I needed…
We rate BreakThrough Physical Therapy a 10; we are extremely happy! After having received excellent PT in the past, we had no doubt this was the only place we would trust with our son’s recovery. The warm, welcoming environment makes it a comfortable place to receive therapy. This puts him at ease allowing for the…
Wake Forest, NC 27587
Meet the Staff
Jordan is the Clinic Manager at the Wake Forest location.
Jordan earned his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree (DPT) from Medical University of South Carolina. Prior to this, he earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Biological Sciences at North Carolina State University.
Jordan is a board certified Orthopaedic Physical Therapist and has an Orthopaedic Manual Therapy certification. He is also a dry needling practitioner.
Jordan has continued his education with courses in assessment and treatment techniques for impairments involving the spine, as well as Dry Needling through Evidence In Motion (EIM). Having suffered from several injuries himself, Jordan understands rehab from both the patient and therapist’s point of view. He enjoys working with patients from all walks of life, from athletes to those who want to live their life without pain.
He enjoys working with patients from all walks of life, from athletes to those who want to return to their daily life without limitations. A native of Greenville, NC, Jordan enjoys spending time with his wife, Elise, and their three children, Natalie, Malachi and David, and yellow lab. He also enjoys any outdoor activity as well as cheering on the Wolfpack.
Hameera graduated from Simmons College in Boston, earning her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree (DPT). Before attending Simmons, she earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Therapy at Howard University.
She has continued her education by becoming formally trained in soft tissue mobilization, and knee and shoulder conditions (Mulligan). Hameera specializes in manual therapy, as well as neck and shoulder conditions. She is patient, enthusiastic, and passionate about helping people get back to living their lives and fulfilling their dreams.
Meredith earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree (DPT) from Duke University in Durham, NC. Prior to earning her Doctorate, she received her Bachelor of Science degree in biology from the University of Pittsburgh.
She takes special interest in orthopaedics and injury rehabilitation and plans to pursue her Orthopaedic Clinical Specialist Certification through Evidence In Motion’s Orthopaedic Residency program. Meredith is also a dry needling practitioner.
Meredith lives in Wendell where she enjoys pottery, hiking, backpacking, mountain biking and cooking with her husband and two dogs. She is excited to work with a team that values continued learning and looks forward to helping patients regain function, achieve their goals, and get back to the things they love doing!
Krista completed her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Slippery Rock University in Slippery Rock, PA, where she also earned her bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science. She is certified in Kinesio Taping through Kinesio University and also certified through the Institute of Clinical Excellence on the Clinical Management of the Fitness Athlete. She will also be enrolling in Evidence in Motion’s orthopaedic residency program.
Krista loves working with kids and older adults. She enjoys helping patients to improve gait and balance, or return to their favorite sport or activity. Krista is also very passionate about working with fitness athletes including, Crossfit athletes, climbers, avid exercisers, and young athletes.
Outside of work, Krista can be found training for American Ninja Warrior, Spartan races, rock climbing, running, backpacking, or hiking with her dog. She spends a lot of time exercising and adventuring in the great outdoors. She has also competed on Season 11 of NBC’s hit show American Ninja Warrior and hopes to continue competing on the show each year.
Sally earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Duke University in Durham, NC. Prior to earning her Doctorate, she received her Bachelor’s degree in Performance Art from St. Mary’s College, CA in New York City.
Sally has completed continuing education courses in Herman and Wallace Level 1 Pelvic Floor Dysfunction and Maitland-Australia Essential Spinal Seminar. She is currently pursuing her Pelvic Health Certification through Evidence in Motion’s residency program and takes special interest in pelvic health, manual therapy, and working with dancers. Sally finds joy in seeing her patients improve and feel strong, especially when they have been dealing with long-standing issues that have prevented them from participating in activities they love.
In her spare time, Sally loves teaching and taking dance classes, running, and sweating through the occasional hot yoga class. Prior to becoming a physical therapist, she was a professional dancer in NYC. She was in the original casts of six Broadway shows and also performed as a Radio City Rockette. Sally’s best piece of advice to her patients is, “Never underestimate the power of movement, no matter how large or small.”
Stacey earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore. Her doctorate degree was preceded by a dual Bachelor’s in Psychology and Biology at Frostburg State University.
After graduation, Stacey worked alongside orthopedic surgeons to establish rehabilitation programs for unique surgical interventions and day to day post-operative care. Stacey also worked in conjunction with Head Start, a state-of the-art initiative program consisting of doctors, psychologists, pharmacists and behavioral specialists, to create a successful step-down return to sport/occupation program for patients suffering from concussions. She has a passion for vestibular and spinal rehab, with ongoing education received through the Institute of Physical Art, Maitland, Great Lakes and Total Motion Release to establish a well-rounded treatment approach to differing patient conditions. Stacey has worked in various capacities to include outpatient and home health care, giving her an expanded depth into overall patient population treatment. She plans to further her education by pursuing certifications in dry needling and obtaining a board certification as an Orthopedic Clinical Specialist. She is a life-long learner and passionate about providing individualized care. She takes pride in providing one on one evaluative treatment to enable patients to pursue their functional goals and provide the stepwise progression necessary for success.
A native to Frostburg, MD, Stacey and her husband, Mike, enjoy all things outdoors. Growing up in the mountains has given her a love for all things hiking, biking, white water rafting, kayaking and skiing. Together they have a son, Landon, and a daughter, Lyla, who by far are their greatest accomplishments.