Tessa Walsh PT, DPT has been practicing in orthopedic physical therapy since graduating from Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science in 2013. She became interested in the field as a competitive junior tennis player with many minor injuries along the way requiring her to be on the receiving end of physical therapy. Tessa played tennis at DePauw University where she majored in Kinesiology and Exercise Science.
Tessa enjoys treating a wide variety of diagnoses and is dedicated to using the most effective and appropriate treatments to facilitate a full recovery. Her goal is to educate and empower her patients to manage their symptoms and alleviate pain. Tessa is an active member of the Sports Medicine Special Interest Group and enjoys working with athletes at any level. She is also part of IBJIs Orthosync program and sees many patients with total joint replacements. Tessa enjoys treating all areas of the body, but has a special interest in treating patients with shoulder, knee, and hip pain.
Tessa uses her free time practicing yoga and spending time with her family and friends.
Bachelor in Science
Doctorate of Physical Therapy,
Rosalind Franklin University