Born and raised in Miami, Fla., Jeanette moved to the West Coast in 1979 to attend college where she was a part of Pepperdine University's equestrian team. After suffering an injury riding horses, and experiencing extensive therapy over the next several months as a result, Jeanette decided to go back to school to receive a second degree in occupational therapy.
She is married with two teenage children, a daughter and a son who suffers from Autism. In her free time, Jeanette enjoys riding her horse with her daughter, Zumba and volunteering for families with children with Autism.
Jeanette specializes in occupational therapy, treating patients of all ages in both the inpatient and outpatient settings. She has a particular interest in providing myopathic muscular therapy, hand therapy and working with patients who have suffered a stroke.
Medical Education and Training:
Bachelor's degrees: Pepperdine University and the University of Kansas