Prior to owning her own practice and helping thousands of individuals receive the best care for their pelvic health Dr. Justine loved to perform. She grew up singing, playing piano, swimming, dancing, cheerleading, and excelling in her academic field.
At 16 years old Dr. Justine was accepted into the University of Florida where she studied Health Education and received a Bachelors of Science. Within months of graduating, she then attended the historically black college Howard University where she received a Doctorate in Physical Therapy. After completing her specialty clinical rotation in Women’s Health physical therapy while in her doctorate of physical therapy program, Dr. Justine was compelled to pursue Pelvic Floor and Women’s Health PT. She attained her certificate of achievement in pelvic physical therapy (CAPP-PP) from the Academy of Pelvic Health in addition to countless hours of continuing education surrounding the complexities of pelvic floor conditions.
Today Dr. Justine has not lost her natural passion for performing nor education, but exercises both through her popular and ever-expanding and social media presence. @doctorjus is my favorite expert to follow online because she makes learning about pelvic floor health fun. These are words one might never expect to hear said together 😆, but they are absolutely true!
Dr. Justine and InHer Physique are dedicated to their patients receiving the best care and are committed to expanding pelvic floor health physical therapy in the Florida Gulf Coast Region.
*ALL of the content of this episode is appropriate, but does contain a few words and phrases surrounding the topic pelvic floor health. For friends who often listen along with young ears nearby, you might consider pre listening to this episode before sharing.
Links from today’s show…
“Jindupe” by Lauren Dunski