JOI Nassau Rehab Center
1348 18th Street South, Suite 320a Fernandina Beach, FL. 32034
Appointment Line 904.557.9021 • F: 557.9022
Hours of Operation
Saturday Call for more information
The Jacksonville Orthopaedic Institute Rehabilitation has 10 Physical Therapy Centers in the Northeast Florida Region. One of our locations is in Nassau County/Fernandina Beach.
JOI Rehab at Nassau offers numerous services to accommodate your physical therapy needs for joint pain, back issues or sports injuries. We also offer Occupational Therapy to patients looking to get the independence they experienced prior to injury. Most of our Occupational Therapists are also Certified Hand Therapists (CHT), specializing in evaluating and treating injuries and conditions of the upper extremity. No matter what your injury is, the team at JOI will work together with your Orthopedic Physician to achieve the best outcome for each patient.
- Custom Splinting and Foot Orthotics
- Dartfish™ Biomechanical Analysis
- Durable Medical Equipment (DME)
- Foot Management
- Graston Technique (Soft Tissue Mobilization)
- Hand Therapy
- Medical Laser Services
- Occupational Therapy
- Post-Operative Therapy
- Pre-Operative Programs
- Physical Therapy
- Spine & Back Educational Programs
- Sport Injury Rehabilitation
- Work Injury Rehabilitation
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Darby Glackin, ATC, LAT
Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training (University of North Florida, 2017)
Darby graduated from the University of North Florida in the Spring of 2017. She worked with Division I football at Jacksonville University and Division I softball at UNF as well as a few local high schools. She currently works at Fernandina Beach High School as their Head Athletic Trainer. Darby became interested in athletic training growing up as a competitive gymnast and then competing in collegiate cheerleading before entering the Athletic Training Program.
Adam Hutchison, PT, DPT
Bachelor of Science in Biology (Purdue University, 2014)
Doctorate of Physical Therapy (University of Dayton, 2018)
Adam is originally from the Chicago-land Area and moved to Jacksonville shortly after graduate school. While in PT school Adam fulfilled multiple clinical rotations all over the country, with a special focus on orthopedics and sports medicine. During his final year at the University of Dayton, Adam was able to complete an Independent Study at DePaul University in Chicago working with Division I college athletes. Adam started working at JOI in June 2018 and currently splits his time between the San Marco and Nassau clinics. In his off time Adam enjoys exercising, playing soccer and spending time outside with friends and family.
Laura Kreger, OTR/L, CHT
Bachelor or Science in Occupational Therapy (University of Illinois at Chicago 1988)
Laura graduated with honors from University of Illinois at Chicago in 1988. She has spent her career focusing on orthopedic upper extremity rehabilitation. Laura became a Certified Hand Therapist in 1993. Since that time she has taken many opportunities to further her education through continuing education, membership in professional organizations such as American Society of Hand Therapist, hand study groups and further certifications such as; Graston soft tissue technique, kinesio taping, LSVT BIG. Laura takes a hands on approach to therapy and her goal is to achieve the highest level of function for her clients. Throughout her career Laura has always worked closely with the hand surgeons she works with to provide the best care for her clients through good communication regarding diagnosis and treatment options.
Amelia Son, PTA – Site Coordinator
Bachelor of Art in Dance Studies (University of South Florida, 2008)
Associate of Science in Physical Therapist Assistant (Florida State College of Jacksonville, 2015)
Amelia is a recent graduate from Florida State College of Jacksonville. During her clinical experience, Amelia focused on sports and Orthopaedic injuries. Not only did she work with younger athletes, but also had the opportunity to work with older athletes who just “wanted to stay in the game.” Prior to becoming a Physical Therapist Assistant, Amelia attained a Bachelors of Arts in Dance Studies from the University of South Florida and is classically trained in ballet and modern. Upon graduation, Amelia presented a dissertation explaining the benefit of having biannual physical therapy screenings on the students of the dance department. Amelia is looking towards teaching dance again in her spare time and is excited to continue on her journey with JOI.