Kelsey earned a degree in Human Physiology at Gonzaga University in 2010 followed by her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Regis University in 2013. She is board-certified in orthopedics, earning the title OCS (Orthopedic Certified Specialist). She also has advanced training in Manual Therapy through NAIOMT, Pelvic Floor Rehab through the Herman and Wallace Institute, along with a certification in the Graston Technique. As a physical therapist, she feels that the whole person should be considered when finding the best treatment path by utilizing a combination of evidence-based research, patient preference, and her own personal experience with sports and rehabilitation.
Outside of her work, she enjoys going to run clubs, hiking in the mountains, playing sports, and exploring all the new restaurants and breweries in town.
Special interests: pre and postnatal, sports medicine, pelvic pain, hip impingement, running assessment