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Judice Sports & Rehab was founded in 2017 by Gregory Judice, a Doctor of Physical Therapy. He provides physical therapy services to residents in the West County area of St. Louis County, MO.

We are distinguished for bringing our physical therapy directly to your home or workplace and spending one full hour providing one-on-one treatment with each patient.

We are an evidence-based practice augmented with prescribed corrective and therapeutic exercises.

For your convenience, we can provide therapy to you in your own home or office, as well as see you in our location.  We have experience in treating all musculoskeletal disorders, balance and gait issues, post joint-replacement surgery rehabilitation, and sports medicine.  

We are also known for our work with athletes who are doing sports involving overhead throwing, providing gait assessments, and our ability to assess your workstation for possible causes for current or future injuries or stresses to your body.

Gregory Judice PT, DPT, owner

Fueled by a passion that everyone should be able to spend their time as they want without limitations, Gregory Judice was first introduced to the world of physical therapy when he was a child.  At the age of eleven, he sustained a shoulder injury while pitching for a competitive, traveling baseball team. The injury limited his ability to pitch as he grew older, impacting his ability to play the game and the position he loved to play.

Now a respected physical therapist in the St. Louis area, he recalls that initially his idea was to focus on providing physical therapy to injured children, in an effort help them to return to the sports that they love. However, he found enjoyment working with patients of all ages who are dealing orthopedic conditions, resulting in a passion for working with adults as well. 

Gregory enjoys being able to show people that they matter and is motivated to demonstrate to his patients how much he cares about their health and success. This passion for helping others inspired his idea for a practice that provides only one-on-one treatments so that his patients get his full attention with every session.

He obtained his Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science from Saint Louis University and his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the same distinguished institution.

In addition to his required education, Gregory has pursued specialized knowledge in the area of orthopedics, graduating from SLU-SSM Health Physical Therapy Orthopedic Residency Program. This program trained him through work in a therapy clinic, the study of literature on current practice, and frequent collaboration and mentoring time with current specialists and experts in the field.

Throughout his education, he gained practical experience through clinical rotations in Louisiana, Kentucky, and Missouri. He has been working as a physical therapist in the St. Louis area since graduating in 2014.

Gregory has worked primarily in outpatient orthopedic clinics, which led him to develop his desire to provide one-on-one, individualized, patient-centered care. He also gained experience working in an acute care setting and continues to do this in addition to his work with Judice Sports & Rehab.

Besides delivering orthopedic care, he has a specialty in working with throwers and overhead athletes, particularly baseball players, doing both injury prevention and rehabilitation. He has worked as a coach for a youth baseball team, presented safety presentations to players, parents, and other coaches on the topic of pitching and throwing mechanics, and has provided private pitching lessons to young pitchers in the area.

When he is not working, he enjoys disc golf, pyrography, woodworking, homebrewing, spending time with his wife and three dogs, and volunteering at a pro bono clinic in the City of St. Louis.

"Working with Dr. Judice has been huge for me. Prior starting physical therapy with him, I had very little use of my left arm thanks to a nasty fall. Thankfully, I am back to my normal routines now (actually my shoulder now moves better than before the fall). Somehow it only took a few sessions too! I'm now swimming full, able to rock climb, and exercise all pain free :)"-Andrew

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