Dr. Juliana Galante-Wiegman
Dr. Juliana has a passion for working with all women during pregnancy and in the postpartum period. She loves to empower moms to stay strong and feel confident in doing the activities they love. As an active person herself, she understands how important is to continue to maintain that identity as you transition into your new role as a mom.
Dr. Juliana believes that providing a combination of education, exercise, and developing healthy habits will help you succeed as an unstoppable mama! You shouldn't have to say "I wish I knew" or "I wish I had started sooner." She will meet you where you are and guide you in your journey!
Dr. Juliana (Jules) is a New York native and moved to the Boston area in 2019. She is the founder of Pacer Physical Therapy, which she created to fill the gap in maternal health care and to support women during their pregnancy & postpartum journeys. Her mission is to empower ALL moms to be strong and run confidently through education, exercise, and healthy habits!
Jules is a board-certified Doctor of Physical Therapy specializing in pelvic health and orthopedics. She is licensed to practice in Massachusetts and New York.
She has the experience, knowledge, and passion to cater to her client's unique needs. Juliana has helped countless women during her career, ranging from new moms recovering from difficult deliveries and moms with pain during pregnancy to mom marathoners with running-related injuries.
Jules is more than a physical therapist, with her expertise in pregnancy & postpartum rehabilitation, exercise programming, and pelvic health rehabilitation, she can give you the tools to reach your goals (and set new ones!).
Let's get STRONG together!
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