Dr. Jasmine Marcus, PT, DPT is a physical therapist and writer. She graduated from Columbia University’s program in physical therapy and received her undergraduate degree in psychology from Cornell University. Before deciding to become a physical therapist, she was a journalist and the host of a college sports radio show in Israel. Jasmine, a member of the American Physical Therapy Association, works at an outpatient orthopedics clinic in Upstate New York, and is especially interested in combining physical therapy with her media experience. Her writing has been published in The APTA’s Pulse Blog, New Grad Physical Therapy, Covalent Careers, and other websites; she has been quoted by Men’s Journal, Insider, Bustle, MSN, and several other publications; and she has been interviewed by NAOIMT and Creating a PT.
Jasmine has been writing and editing for over a decade. While minoring in Communication at Cornell, she served as Assistant Managing Editor of The Cornell Daily Sun, the oldest continuously independent college daily in the United States. Her writing has also been published in The New York Times, AOL Patch, The Forward Newspaper, New Jersey Newsroom, and the many physical therapy publications listed above. Her writing experience was part of the overall package that earned her acceptance to seven physical therapy programs, including Columbia University and The University of Southern California (USC). Most recently, Jasmine edited the content for her clinic’s new website and is the director of social media content.
Contact Jasmine today to have her proofread and edit your application essay, physical therapy website, or other important document.