Justine Beauchamp, PT, DPT

Justine is the clinic manager of our South Boston location; she began her career with Bay State in 2015 and has enjoyed working with each patient to reach their fullest potential. 

Aside from achieving pain-free mobility, Justine works with each individual on ensuring that they are empowered in their rehabilitation process. She does this by providing the education that helps each patient to understand why they may experience certain symptoms, and what they can do to reach their individual goals. 

While she enjoys working with all individuals regardless of their specific limitations, Justine prides herself on working with women who experience symptoms that may be related to pelvic floor dysfunction. Through years of treating women while pregnant, postpartum, and/or who have pelvic floor symptoms, she recognizes the barrier that women may experience in receiving appropriate treatment and education regarding these conditions. It is imperative that each women feels safe throughout her treatment, and Justine continuously fosters a patient-therapist relationship based on trust and communication.

Justine is a certified Postpartum Corrective Exercise Specialist, and has completed both Level 1 and Level 2B of the Herman and Wallace Pelvic Floor Provider series. She continues to work with females who present with any type of urinary leaking (even just with coughing and/or sneezing!), urinary frequency (peeing > 5-7 times per day), pain with wearing tampons or having any type of penetrative intercourse, constipation, pelvic organ prolapse, diastasis recti, or women who have given birth (regardless of when this has occurred!) who may not feel comfortable or confident with returning safely to an exercise program. 

Justine played soccer throughout her collegiate career at Simmons and continues playing in local leagues. She enjoys running half and full marathons and completed the New York City Marathon in 2017 on behalf of the Human Rights Campaign and again in 2018.