Physical Therapist II at Northampton (Atwood) Rehabilitation Services
Department + Services
Rehabilitation Services/Physical Therapy/Pediatric Physical Therapy
Programs + Specialties
Brigette has experience in various clinical settings including outpatient adult and pediatric assessment and treatment. She is most interested and specializes in treating pediatric patients in the outpatient setting. Brigette treats patients with various disabilities and injuries at varying stages of their conditions, and works with a multitude of diagnoses including cerebral palsy, gait abnormalities, hypotonia, autism spectrum disorders, post-operative patients, patients with pain, total joint replacements, balance disorders, metabolic disorders, clumsiness, weakness, developmental delay, and genetic disorders. She enjoys working on gait training with pediatric patients utilizing the Lite Gait suspension system.
Training + Education
Undergraduate: University of Rhode Island
Graduate: Doctorate of Physical Therapy, University of Rhode Island
Nationally Board Certified and Licensed in Massachusetts as a Physical Therapist.
Brigette believes that in order to provide quality physical therapy you have to treat the whole person, in a compassionate and nonjudgmental way. She focuses on teaching her patients and families how to independently manage their conditions through a home program. She likes making physical therapy not only manageable at home, but also fun. Brigette enjoys going to multiple continuing education classes yearly, and she believes in a team-based approach, working with everyone involved in a patient’s care.
Brigette Jason has worked in Cooley Dickinson Rehabilitation Services’ Northampton clinic since 2010, and has enjoyed working with the children and adults of this wonderful community. Currently she resides in Hadley with her husband and daughter and loves to travel.