A good chunk of my life was spent as a chameleon. Some would say attempting to match the environment you’re in is an identity crisis, but as a Black woman in America, I consider it a survival mechanism. You never know what you need to be so as not to be perceived as a threat
Dr. Jennifer Hutton “Dr. JPop” is a pediatric physical therapist practicing in Nashville, TN. Jennifer has extensive experience treating children 0-19 who are developmentally delayed, and those with neurological and orthopedic diagnoses, both congenital and acquired. While the world reminds children with special needs of their limitations, she believes they are all capable of the impossible and helps them see that their special gifts will help them be their best selves. Dr. JPop pioneers educational content, creative treatment ideas and resources for other professionals and parents and is not afraid to think outside the box to deliver a hope for families. Jpop is a lead educator for Fringe, a company committed to helping others find more harmony in their lives.