MJ specializes in pelvic floor dysfunction (bowel and bladder incontinence, emptying disorders, and pelvic pain) in women, men and children. She is the author of "Therapeutic Exercise in Obstetrics" in Therapeutic Interventions: Moving Toward Function, a physical therapy curriculum text, and she teaches for the American Physical Therapy Association Section on Women's Health Certificate in Pelvic Physical Therapy (CAPP) program.
In 2002, MJ received the Section on Women's Health Elizabeth Noble award for her outstanding contributions to women's health physical therapy. She completed her doctorate in physical therapy at Pacific University School of Physical Therapy in 2013.
MJ is recognized nationally as a speaker and author, contributing to both professional and lay publications.
Areas of expertise
Board certified in biofeedback for pelvic muscle dysfunction (BCB-PMD); women's, men's and children's pelvic health; pregnancy and postpartum
MJ received her Bachelor of Science in physical therapy from Russell Sage College in New York in 1980. She received her doctorate in physical therapy from Pacific University in Oregon in 2013. She is board certificed in biofeedback for pelvic muscle dysfunction.