Jeri Crouse, PT
Jeri Crouse PT, owner,director has been in private practice since 1999 at Crouse Rehab Associates. She is a 1975 graduate of Northwestern University's Physical Therapy program. Since moving to Atlanta in 1977, she has worked exclusively in out patient orthopedic rehabilitation of clients of all ages. She has hundreds of hours of continuing education in various areas of physical therapy with manual therapy, sports medicine, spine, shoulder, hip and knee being areas of focus.
Jeri became interested in Physical Therapy while still in high school as a result of her Mother's involvement as a board member of her local Easter Seal office. Jeri also has contributed volunteer efforts during her career. As a member of both the APTA and PTAG, Jeri has been involved as an elected district director, member and past chairman of the PR Committee, member of the Finance and Legislative committees for PTAG. She also served as a volunteer in the Polyclinic treating athletes from all over the world during the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta, and the Georgia Games.
Mentoring students and acting as a clinical instructor for several PT programs over the years has been particularly rewarding. Currently, she works with Emory University PT students during their 2nd year of clinical internships. She finds the interactions with students another way of keeping up with current concepts in PT., while guiding them in their clinical development.
When not treating patients or working administratively, Jeri enjoys hiking, gardening, and canoeing with her husband.