Juliana received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Regis University, and her Bachelor of Arts in Dance from California State University in Long Beach, California. Having an extensive background in movement fostered an interest in physical therapy and her ability to make positive changes for those with injuries. Juliana has worked with a diverse population of patients particularly those with chronic pain, hip, sacroiliac joint, and lumbar spine dysfunction. After pregnancy and the birth of her daughter, Juliana developed a passion for pelvic floor and how to best address these impactful changes.
Juliana completed an orthopedic residency with a strong emphasis on manual therapy and evidence-based practice. She has been teaching Pilates for 15 years and additionally holds certifications in Functional Dry Needling, the Selective Functional Movement Assessment, and the Functional Movement Screen. She dedicates her continuing education to pelvic floor coursework and searches for the best approach to help each individual that she works within physical therapy.
Juliana loves spending time with her family and the adventures that this always brings.