Southside Professional Center
1344 S. Division Street
Salisbury, MD 21804 410-860-1970 Fax: 410-860-9637
|Monday||8am - 5pm|
|Tuesday||8am - 5pm|
|Wednesday||8am - 5pm|
|Thursday||8am - 5pm|
|Friday||8am - 12Noon|
Tidewater Physical Therapy: Salisbury
Our Salisbury clinic is located near Salisbury University. Contact Jenn Hamilton, clinical director, for more information.
Jennifer S. Hamilton, DPT, CHT
Jenn Hamilton is the clinical director of our Salisbury, MD location. She joined Tidewater Physical Therapy in 2007. Jenn received her Bachelor of Arts in Spanish from Salisbury University during which time she participated in a six-week study abroad in Málaga, Spain. Jenn graduated from the University of Maryland Eastern Shore with her Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT), where she completed extensive research analyzing the effects of core strengthening. She is also a Certified Hand Therapist (CHT). Jenn mentored with an experienced CHT for six years to gain clinical knowledge and experience prior to sitting for the CHT exam. She is a current member of the American Society of Hand Therapists (ASHT) and is fluent in Spanish. Jenn specializes in hand and upper extremity dysfunction, general orthopedic conditions, post-surgical and total joint rehabilitation, core stabilization techniques, work related injuries, sports related injuries and balance disorders.
Personally, she lives with her husband, two daughters and her dog. In her free time she enjoys cooking, reading and exercising.
Craig L. Joachimowski, PT, OCS, CHT
Craig Joachimowski is the clinical director of our Seaford, DE location and he also provides hand therapy support to the Salisbury clinic. He joined Tidewater Physical Therapy in 1993. Craig received his Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy (PT) from University of Delaware and received a Competency in Vestibular Dysfunction from Emory University. He is also an Orthopedic Clinical Specialists (OCS) and a Certified Hand Therapist (CHT). As one of the very few therapists with the certifications of OCS and CHT Craig uses a combination of various methods and splinting to treat hand conditions like nerve injuries; tendonitis; post-operative rehabilitation following tendon, artery, and nerve repairs; ligament reconstruction; fractures and Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD).
Personally, Craig is married to Tracy and has two teenage children. Soccer is a significant component of Craig’s life and he has been a youth soccer coach since he was a junior in college.