Jamie Chesley, DPT.
My name is Jamie Chesley and I was born and raised in Richmond, Maine. I received my BA in Biology from the University of Maine at Augusta, where I played basketball and was recently inducted into the University of Maine at Augusta Athletics Hall of Fame. After graduation, I received my Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the University of North Florida, graduating in 2020.
I have been practicing in the outpatient setting for nearly two years. The first year of my career was spent here in the Shenandoah Valley, and I am very excited about being back and serving this community. I aim to help and guide my patients and all those around me through positivity and compassion. I love this healthcare field and the opportunity to prescribe movement as medicine. I have much interest in working with athletes of all levels, providing pain neuroscience education, and helping to restore a higher level of function during all phases of life.
Jeremy Whitmore DPT, CSCS.
Jeremy Whitmore is a Mount Crawford, VA native who attended Turner Ashby High School where he was a stand out in wrestling and soccer. After graduation in 2000, he attended the University of Kentucky and achieved his BS in Biology in 2004. Jeremy would then go on to earn his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the Medical College of Virginia/VCU in 2008. Dr. Whitmore has worked his entire professional career in the Shenandoah Valley and is well known for his compassion, keen talent in diagnostics/effective treatment strategies, and pursuit of excellence. Beyond serving for well over a decade in patient care, he has held managerial positions as both a Center Manager and Area Director.
Taylor Black, DPT.
My name is Taylor Black, and I have practiced outpatient Physical Therapy for four years. I received my BS in Kinesiology from Longwood University in 2015, where I had the opportunity to play colligate soccer. After graduation, I went on to earn my Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Old Dominion University in 2018. Following graduation, I moved to the Shenandoah Valley, where I have spent my time pursuing my passion for helping others. I strive to provide excellent care for all my patients and am passionate about getting people back to doing the things they love. I have always enjoyed working with athletes, but following the birth of my son, Joey, I realized the importance and need for pelvic floor rehab. I now specialize in women’s pelvic health, working with patients primarily dealing with pelvic pain, incontinence, prolapse, and prenatal and postnatal recovery.