Justin went to Shenandoah University to obtain his Doctorate in Physical Therapy. He was a licensed physical therapist assistant for 5 years and worked in a variety of settings that created a strong physical therapy foundation to build upon. During patient encounters he believes communication is key to enhance patient rapport and outcomes. Patients can expect an active treatment approach combined with manual therapy skills and education. He has a passion to motivate individuals to take the reins of their own health to improve self-efficacy and resilience. He believes that a long term commitment to exercise will ultimately lead to long term success. Justin has experience working with athletes including adaptive sports, geriatrics, weekend warriors, individuals with chronic pain and neurologic diseases.
Justin’s favorite quote is, “Small changes lead to big changes and big changes make a difference.”
Doctorate in Physical Therapy, Shenandoah University
Bachelor of Science in Exercise, Sport, and Health: Sports Medicine, Radford University
Associate of Applied Science in Physical Therapist Assistant, Wytheville Community College