Dr. Jamie Childs Everett is a Doctor of Physical Therapy and the owner and operator of Physio Sport & Spine located at 433 E 19th St, Cheyenne, WY 82001.
Jamie has specialized in physiotherapy in the Cheyenne area for nearly 2 decades. Dr. Everett is a Board-Certified Clinical Specialist in Orthopaedic Physical Therapy. She is also a Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy. Fellowship training provided her mentorship from the top physical therapists in the country prior to graduation. Less than 1.8% of physical therapists in the country and currently only three physical therapists in the state of Wyoming hold the distinction of Fellow.
She currently sits as the Wyoming Physical Therapy Association’s president. She is actively working on making physical therapy accessible to every patient with legislative changes to the physical therapy practice act. She also is working on educating other healthcare providers and people of Wyoming that there are alternatives to pain management other than opioids, including the use of physical therapy to address pain.
Listen to the recent podcast here to hear how Dr. Jamie Everett is working to help people with persistent pain.
Jamie is certified in functional dry needling, lymphedema managment, instrumented soft tissue mobilization, ACL prevention programs including Sportsmetrics, FMS and SFMA (functional movement screen) amongst other certifications.
Jamie played soccer for a division I NCAA school and continues to enjoy coaching at both the recreational and competitive level. She also enjoys time with her husband when they can get outdoors to snowboard, mountain bike, ATV, hike, or even scuba dive (where it’s warm of course).
Dr. Jamie Everett is currently accepting new patients at her medical office. She is available for physical therapy appointments for post-surgical rehabilitation, injury rehabilitation and prevention, sports performance including ACL specific prevention training, dry needling, blood flow restriction training, lymphedema/ cancer rehabilitation, and non-pharmacological pain management.