Dr. Julie Barnett completed pre-requisite physical therapy course work at Baylor University and graduated with her BS in Physical Therapy from the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston Texas. She completed her clinical doctorate degree from Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions in Provo, Utah. Special interest research review was performed on orthopedic overuse injuries in runners. Dr. Barnett received her certification in manual therapy from the Stanley Paris’ Institute of Graduate Health Sciences from St. Augustine Florida.
Dr. Barnett owned and directed her private practice with specialization in sports and spine medicine from 1989-2002. She continues to work part-time as director of The Non-Surgical Center of Texas in conjunction with a physiatrist specializing in regenerative injections and rehabilitation. Her specialty areas include: manual therapy, stabilization training, biomechanical and orthotic interventions and multiple strategies incorporating taping techniques. She provides sports medicine consultation to San Antonio Fit marathon training groups for preparation for the local Rock N Roll marathon each year. She also currently serves as Vice-President of the Texas Physical Therapy Association central district committee.
Julie Miller received her Master of Science in Physical Therapy from the University of Kentucky. She specializes in Cranial-Sacral Therapy, Visceral Mobilization, Myofascial Release, Taping and Accupressure. Julie is also a certified Lymphatic Therapist. She enjoys Tai Chi, playing the cello and listening to music.
Physical Therapy Assistant
Angela Hohmann, PTA, completed her Associate of Arts degree at Chaminade University followed by Physical Therapist Assistant degree at Anne Arundel Community College in Maryland. She is experienced in aquatics and taping.
Julie Barnett and Cathy Ortega attend the ICSEMIS: International Convention on Science, Education and Medicine in Sport in Glasgow, Scotland. Julie Barnett presented: A Pilot Investigation to Assess Running Styles and Shoe Preference in a Cohort of Marathon Runners.