Hello, I'm

Dr. Jules Galante!

Doctor of Physical Therapy,
Postpartum Corrective Exercise Specialist 
Strength & Conditioning Specialist 

I have a passion for working with all women both pregnant and postpartum. I love empowering moms to get back to doing the activities they love!
I believe that all women should have an opportunity to balance family, work, and fitness so they can be healthy and active with their families. You shouldn't have to say "I wish I knew" or "I wish I had started sooner." I will start with you and guide you in your recovery!  

My Story

Dr. Juliana (Jules) is the founder of Pacer Physical Therapy. Jules is a board certified Doctor of Physical Therapy licensed to practice in Massachusetts, New York, Arizona, and Washington state. 

Jules has helped many women return to exercise after having a baby and has a passion for helping mom runners recover from running-related injuries or from the changes that occur during a pregnancy.

As someone who experienced injuries throughout her life from sports, she understands the struggles both mentally and physically that you may experience as you return to running or exercise.

Jules is more than a physical therapist, with her expertise in postpartum rehab, running programming, and orthopedic and sports rehabilitation, she can give you the tools to reach your goals (and set new ones!). 

Let's get STRONG together!


The Latest from the Blog

5 Tips for Returning to Run Postpartum

Hey Ladies, are you ready to return to running?! The baby is here, your body is feeling better when moving around, and after the first few weeks postpartum you may be thinking, when is the right time for me to hit the trails again?

3 Breathing Tips for Runners to Optimize Diaphragmatic Function & Run Faster 

Ah, breathing, a normal autonomic function we subconsciously and consciously do every day. While breathing is something we may not think about on a day to day, things such as allergies or pollen can easily plug up our nose and making breathing more difficult.

Modifying your Workouts during Pregnancy

Pregnancy is associated with significant anatomical, hormonal, metabolic, and cardio-pulmonary changes. Isn't it awesome that our bodies can adapt to these changes and as a result, create new life!

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