About Dr. Julia Salazar, PT

Julia received her undergraduate degree in Biology from the University of Great Falls Montana and went on to receive her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Eastern Washington University. Julia worked for several years in Outpatient Orthopedics before finding a clinic in California where she was able to focus on Pelvic Floor Therapy. It was here that Julia found a passion for working with pelvic floor dysfunction. Julia returned to the Spokane area and is excited to be opening a clinic specializing in pelvic floor therapy, as this is an area that she feels is under-served.

Julia’s goal is to give you back your freedom so you can focus on doing the things you love. She does this by reducing or eliminating pain, improving quality of life, promoting dryness, relieving constipation, and getting you back to an enjoyable sex life. Julia has been treating pelvic floor dysfunction since 2010 and she uses the most current techniques, methods, and modern equipment to help you recover from any pelvis injury or pain. Julia is very passionate about her job and tailors her treatments to address each client’s individual needs.

Julia became Board Certified in Women’s Health/ Pelvic floor in 2017. She is one of 22 providers in the State of WA and one of 422 nationally. Julia continues to educate herself on pelvic floor dysfunction so she can provide the best possible care for her clients.

About Joyce Binford, PT

Joyce Binford is a Spokane native and a graduate of Eastern Washington University with a Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy in 1988. She has worked with St Luke’s Rehabilitation Institute and Providence Holy Family Hospital, working in acute care, inpatient rehabilitation, the Holy Family Multiple Sclerosis Center and outpatient services with both entities. She has been providing pelvic floor rehabilitation since 2006. She received her Certificate of Achievement in Pelvic Physical Therapy through the American Physical Therapy Association in 2010. She is able to treat adult males and females with bladder, bowel and sexual dysfunctions. She also has received training in visceral mobilization for the urinary system and gastrointestinal systems.

About Joyce Binford, PT

Joyce Binford is a Spokane native and a graduate of Eastern Washington University with a Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy in 1988. She has worked with St Luke’s Rehabilitation Institute and Providence Holy Family Hospital, working in acute care, inpatient rehabilitation, the Holy Family Multiple Sclerosis Center and outpatient services with both entities. She has been providing pelvic floor rehabilitation since 2006. She received her Certificate of Achievement in Pelvic Physical Therapy through the American Physical Therapy Association in 2010. She is able to treat adult males and females with bladder, bowel and sexual dysfunctions. She also has received training in visceral mobilization for the urinary system and gastrointestinal systems.

About Megan Broyles, Office Manager

Megan is the Office Manager for Core Pelvic Physical Therapy. She brings over 8 years of administrative
experience in healthcare, health insurance, human resources, and billing to the practice. She assists in
clinical growth, positive patient experience, administration management, and clinical billing. She is a
Washington native and through personal experience, found her passion of helping others in the medical
industry. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends, attending sporting
events, and going camping at Priest Lake.

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Core Pelvic Physical Therapy

Clinic is located at:

1510 N. Argonne Rd., Suite F
Spokane Valley, WA 99212

Tel: (509) 279-2867

Fax: (509) 279-2419

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