Jennifer Joslyn, DPT

Jennifer Joslyn DPT Saunders Maple Grove Clinic

Jennifer Joslyn, PT, DPT

Pelvic Health, Back and Neck Pain, General Orthopedics, Incontinence Treatment, Dry Needling

Clinic: Maple Grove; Saint Paul

Education: 2017 Doctor of Physical Therapy from New York Medical College; 2014 B.S. in Psychology from Loyola University of Chicago

Joined Saunders: 2021

Jennifer is accepting new patients in Saint Paul and Maple Grove at this time. 

Jennifer is an experienced pelvic health specialist with vast experience treating orthopedic conditions in New York and Minnesota. In addition to her clinical expertise, Jennifer has contributed to multiple online publications, has been an invited pelvic health expert on the podcast, “Body, Brain & Pain”, and has collaborated on a mobile application to help patients with pelvic pain.

Her extensive continuing education background includes coursework through the Herman Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute, functional dry needling, professional bike fitting, and pain neuroscience education. She is passionate about her work with general orthopedic conditions and pelvic health concerns for people of all genders.

In her spare time, Jenn loves to move! Her hobbies include long distance running, lifting weights, and exploring new hiking trails. Jenn also enjoys reading and spending quality time with family and friends.

Q&A with Jennifer

Why did you become a physical therapist?

My parents are small business owners in the healthcare field. Seeing their positive impact on people’s lives inspired me to want to do the same. I have always been active, so physical therapy and its emphasis on movement as medicine felt like a great fit for me.

What can patients expect when they see you in the clinic?

I strive to ensure that you feel heard and understood because your autonomy and goals are important to me.

When you’re not working, what do you like to do for fun?

Explore new hobbies!  Over the past few years, I have tried out road biking, cross-country skiing, bouldering, and disc golfing. I’m not particularly good at any of those things, but I love to hang out with friends and learn something new the same time. I also love to play with my dog and check out local breweries/restaurants.

What are your favorite ways of staying healthy?

Running! Training for road races and strength training.

Where is your hometown?

Cresco, IA

As a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up?

I went through a lot of different phases! I have memories of wanting to be a truck driver, basketball player, skateboarder, and ice skater. I think the theme here is that I always wanted to be on the move in some way. Perhaps, this is how I fell into PT!

What is your favorite thing about living in Minnesota?

I have learned to love the winter months. MN has taught me that you can do anything if you just bundle up enough!