Pamela Muma Center: Concierge Medicine for Women

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As the Pamela Muma Center has expanded so has our services for members. Our specialists are now seeing patients in the center including; Sleep Medicine, Cardiology, Acupuncture, Gastroenterology, and Pelvic Floor Therapy. We hope to have Rheumatology and Dermatology soon. Learn more about them below:

Jessie Bexley was raised in Tampa, Florida, she graduated cum laude from the University of Alabama and completed her DC degree at Palmer College of Chiropractic Florida. She joined the Department of Neurosurgery and Brain Repair in March of 2018 after completing her preceptor at USF under Dr. Susan Welsh. Dr. Bexley and Dr. Welsh have worked closely with the USF Concussion Clinic assisting in treatments for the past few years. In addition to her chiropractic clinics, Dr. Bexley has recently opened an acupuncture/dry needling clinic and is currently accepting new patients. Dr. Bexley’s practice includes all ages, her areas of interest are neck pain, low back pain, headaches, sciatic pain and other musculoskeletal conditions. She adds a noninvasive, anti-opioid treatment option to the USF practice. She will be pleased to work up any spine related complaints and route the patients to her colleagues as appropriate. Her clinic is currently located at USF Morsani Center for Advanced Health Care.

Dr. Crousillat, originally from Venezuela and a Florida native, recently joined as an Assistant Professor in the Division of Cardiovascular Sciences at USF. She completed her undergraduate training at the University of Florida and is a medical graduate of New York University’s School of Medicine. She completed her residency training in Internal Medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital where she also served as chief medical resident. She subsequently completed her cardiovascular disease and advanced echocardiography fellowship training at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, MA. She specializes in the cardiovascular care of women throughout their lifespan with a particular interest in sex-specific risk factors and the primary prevention of cardiovascular disease. She is leading our efforts to establish a Women’s Heart Health Program at USF including a Cardio-Obstetrics Program to improve the care of pregnant women with cardiovascular disease through pregnancy and beyond.

Dr. Hussaini first joined the University of South Florida in 2014 and completed Family Medicine Residency and Fellowship specializing in Sleep Medicine. She is board certified in both Sleep Medicine and Family Medicine. She is an Assistant Professor for USF Health Morsani College of Medicine serving as an attending physician and clinical preceptor and lecturer for 3rd year medical students, Sleep Medicine Fellows, and students of the Physician's Assistance program and USF Taneja College of Pharmacy. She is well versed in managing a broad spectrum of sleep disorders including obstructive sleep apnea, narcolepsy and other hypersomnolence disorders, restless leg syndrome, insomnia, and sleep wake cycle disturbances. Her special clinical and research interest topics include women's health and sleep, insomnia, hypersomnia and irregular sleep cycles and has presented these research topics at various regional and national Sleep Conferences. She joined the  Pamela Muma Center in 2021, as Sleep Medicine specialists, and enjoys providing comprehensive management of sleep disorders.

Dr. Hussaini resides in St. Petersburg, Florida and enjoys biking, traveling, yoga and spending quality time with her family and friends

Dr. Shayne Tarrance joined the School of Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation Sciences as an Assistant Professor in November 2019. She earned two Bachelor’s degrees, one in psychology and one in physical therapy. She earned a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree in 2016. Dr. Tarrance was certified as a Women’s Health Specialist by the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties in 2009 and recertified in 2019. She also holds biofeedback certification in pelvic floor dysfunction, awarded in 2003 by the Biofeedback Certification International Alliance. After starting her practice focusing on orthopedics and acute care, a personal injury during childbirth led to an interest in pelvic floor dysfunctions. Dr. Tarrance began to treat these disorders exclusively and has had a caseload that is 100% pelvic floor dysfunctions for the past 20 years. In addition to her work with women, Dr. Tarrance began treating men in 2003. The diagnoses most frequently addressed include pelvic pain, prostatitis/erectile dysfunction pelvic, organ prolapse, incontinence of bowel/bladder pregnancy-related maladies, constipation, interstitial cystitis, myofascial pain syndromes. Dr. Tarrance also teaches the pelvic floor/men’s and women’s health content in the Doctor of Physical Therapy curriculum, and is the Site Coordinator for Clinical Education for the program. 

Dr. Thélin is a graduate of Louisiana State University School of Medicine in New Orleans, where she was a member of The Aesculapian Society. She completed her residency training in Internal Medicine at LSU Health Science Center in New Orleans, where she received the Intern of the Year Award for the Louisiana public hospital system. She went on to complete her fellowship in Gastroenterology at Tulane University in New Orleans. In addition, she has a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Hispanic Studies from Boston College, a post-baccalaureate in Premedical Studies from Loyola University New Orleans and Drexel University College of Medicine in Philadelphia, and a Cellular and Molecular Master’s in Science from Tulane University. In 2017, Dr. Thélin started working as faculty for the Southeastern Louisiana Veteran Healthcare System and as an adjunct clinical professor for Tulane University School of Medicine. Dr. Thélin is board certified in Gastroenterology and Internal Medicine. She practices as a gastroenterologist. Her interests include all aspects of general gastroenterology, with emphasis on functional GI disorders and women’s GI issue.