Dr Rachel Peck

Dr. Rachel PeckDPT

Physical Therapist

Rachel received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Eastern Washington University where she worked as a teaching assistant for the anatomy lab. She has experience in treating both pelvic health and orthopedics, and is currently pursuing advanced certification in pelvic health. Originally from northern Utah, Rachel attended Utah State University and received her Bachelor’s Degree in Human Movement Science before moving to Washington state for her Physical Therapy program. As a new Floridian, Rachel has enjoyed exploring Gainesville and is adjusting to being neighbors with the alligators! She also loves the warm weather and proximity to the beach. In her free time, she enjoys doing aerial silks, playing racquetball, and playing the clarinet.

Rachel firmly believes that all people deserve access to quality, equitable healthcare and is committed to providing excellent physical therapy to all of her patients. Using a combination of hands-on manual therapy, prescribed exercises, and pain-relieving modalities, Rachel works with patients to fulfill their goals and return to optimal function.


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