Meet the women behind the Mission

Juan Michelle Martin PT

Dr. Juan Michelle Martin is a licensed physical therapist of 13 years, with an extensive background in patient care and as a competitive athlete. She is the creator of Zero to Telehealth Program and coaches clinicians and practices in utilizing this distinct mode of healthcare. Her experiences as a star volleyball athlete, wife, and mom of 2, brings out her uniqueness in the form of nurture, drive, and connection. Dr. J connects, makes you feel comfortable, and will give you the tools for success
 
She has worked in a variety of settings including outpatient orthopedic practices and hospital settings, seeing  a variety of clients from competitive athletes to kids, to pregnant/ postpartum women and more. This experience fueled her desire to focus exclusively on the pelvic floor as she realized that there was a huge gap in care and individuals often suffered when they didn't have to because there was unaware that there were solutions.

She formed JMM Health Solutions with a focus on pelvic floor dysfunction in adults and children and provides services not only in her Duluth location but also in-home and virtual/ online sessions. Dr. Martin is also a speaker, mentor and consultant but when not working, enjoys being with her family, travel and coaching volleyball.

Nurture, Drive, Excellence, Connection

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Danelle Dickson, PT, DPT, OCS

Dr. Danelle Dickson, PT, DPT, is a licensed physical therapist, Performing Arts specialist, Orthopedic clinical specialist and owner at Performance Plus Physical Therapy.  She is also the host of the Dancing around Elephants Podcast, co-founder of a business mentorship for minority women:The Black Female Foundation, and co-founder of the Dance Ready Project, an online hub for tools and resources for dancers.

Dr. Danelle’s thirty-nine years in the dance world fueled her passion to work with dancer’s injuries. She combined her passion for dance with her skills in orthopedics to work with thousands of dancers and other athletes, at the pre-professional level and professional levels. She has worked with local DC dance companies,  DC dance schools and notable companies such as Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, Ailey II, and Little Dancer Theater.

Dr. Danelle has used her 15 year experience in the field to help her patients, but also to give back. She has lectured at Howard University, University of Maryland and University of Delaware on dance medicine , injury assessment and treatment. She has also presented at the national level, at the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) and international dance medicine conferences on dance research at International Association of Dance Medicine and Science (IADMS). Dr. Danelle’s expert topics include dancer injuries, injury prevention, patient advocacy and business mentorship for minority women.

Dr. Danelle lives in Washington DC with her close friends and cats Ché and Fidel. When she is out of the clinic, you can find her traveling the world to spend with her family in Trinidad, England, and Australia. And of course, always finding time to dance.

Introspection, Creativity, Passion, Strategy

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Our successes required a plan!

        We want to share it with you!

Listen to Dr. J's and Dr. Dee's breakdown of how success can be easily achieved  with a roadmap!

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