Julia received her undergraduate degree in Biology from the University of Great Falls, MT and went on to receive her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Eastern Washington University in Spokane, WA. Julia worked for several years in Outpatient Orthopedics before finding a clinic in California where she was able to focus on Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy. It was here that Julia found a passion for working with pelvic floor dysfunction. Julia spent the next two and a half years focusing on pelvic floor dysfunction and treatment. Julia is currently working towards her Certification in Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy through the American Physical Therapy Association and will be sitting for the exam in March 2018. Julia returned to the Spokane area in 2016 and is excited to join Apex again. Julia is working with Apex to open a clinic specializing in pelvic floor dysfunction for women, men, and children. Julia’s goal is to give you back your freedom, so you can focus on doing the things you love. She does this by reducing or eliminating pain, improving quality of life, promoting dryness, relieving constipation, and getting you back to an enjoyable sex life. Julia has been treating pelvic floor dysfunction since 2010 and uses the most current techniques, methods, and modern equipment to help you recover from a pelvis injury or pain.
Julia enjoys playing city league volleyball and hiking with her husband and three children.