If you are an active adult who is suffering from pain, my holistic approach to physical therapy will quickly get you back to the active, pain free life that you love.
Whether you’ve just recently been injured or you’ve been in pain for years, Julie Smith, PT, DPT in St. Charles, MO can very likely help… even if you’ve tried other forms of treatment. A number of things set her apart from most physical therapy clinics and treatment approaches in St. Charles, MO: She provides full-hour sessions of one-on-one care, highly effective hands on Manual Therapy techniques, and uses a holistic approach to treating the entire person for a more complete and lasting return to the active life you desire.
You won’t waste time laying on heat packs at this clinic, or doing exercises you could do on your own time. You won’t be handed off to techs or assistants, and you won’t receive treatment from someone treating other patients at the same time. Your care will never be influenced by what an insurance company will pay for. At this clinic you get the full attention of your Physical Therapist who is focused on one thing: getting you back to the life you deserve.
Meet Julie - Doctor of Physical Therapy and Health Coach
Julie is a passionate, dedicated, and disciplined Doctor of Physical Therapy and Health Coach with a passion for empowering individuals to take care of their health. As a wife, mother of two, and someone who loves her job, Julie understands how easy it is to lose track of your health and well-being, in fact she watched her mother pass away to a very preventable cancer. Julie used the pain of losing her mother and turned it into her passion: to help inspire, motivate and educate individuals on how to take care of their health and live the life they deserve.
Julie attended the University of Evansville where she was the center midfielder for the Purple Aces Women’s Soccer team. She received her Bachelor of Science in Movement Science from the University of Evansville in 2009 and later earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Evansville in 2011. She then pursued an aggressive continuing education path, and graduated from a year-long orthopedic residency program. Julie is a Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist as recognized by the American Physical Therapy Association and is also a Certified Orthopedic Manual Therapist.
Julie’s passion for health and wellness has coupled well with her physical therapy training. Throughout her career, she has also worked with incredibly skilled mentors who have taught her evaluation and manual therapy techniques that result in rapid and astounding results.
Julie enjoys running, personal development, reading and spending time with her family. She married her husband, Jeremy, on October 29, 2011 and they have two wonderful children, Wyatt and Clara.