Caitlin Daly PT, DPT
A physical therapist at Jefferson Healthcare, Caitlin considered the Pacific Northwest home since she graduated physical therapy school in 2014. A native of New Jersey, she completed her BS in Biology, followed by a Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) degree at Stockton University, then moved across the county to Oregon where she worked for 3 years in outpatient physical therapy before pursuing pelvic rehabilitation as a specialty in 2017. She and her fiancé, Chase, and their two dogs, Hank and Etta, decided to plant roots on the Olympic Peninsula in 2019 after Caitlin accepted a position at Jefferson in Port Townsend.
Caitlin believes that all individuals should be able to perform household, work, social, and recreational activities (including sex, of course!) without pain or bowel or bladder problems. She utilizes a whole-body approach to physical therapy, including the consideration of psychosocial factors that can contribute to pain and lack of optimal function. Caitlin strives to provide individualized care and treat all of her patients with kindness and compassion and without judgment. She has physical therapy experience/training in orthopedics, sports rehabilitation, pain neuroscience, manual therapy, proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation (PNF), visceral mobilization, and women's/pelvic health. Her goal in Port Townsend is to be a resource for education and an advocate for patient care for all people with pelvises.
Caitlin Daly PT, DPT (she/her/hers)
- Physical Therapy
- Women's/pelvic health
- Sports rehabilitation
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