Kelli is a senior therapist with 20 years experience in treating
musculoskeletal pain and dysfunction. She earned her Physical
Therapy degree from California State University, Northridge, in
1989. Kelli worked at Huntington Memorial Hospital in Pasadena, CA,
until 1995 when she ventured into the private practice setting. She
had her own PT practice in Porter Ranch, CA, for 3 years when she
and her husband decided to leave Los Angeles for Montana.
Since 2002, Kelli has worked with Lance Hendricks at Montana
Physical Therapy. Her PT expertise lies in manual therapy treatment
of myofascial pain, headache, neck and back pain, and orthopedic
rehabilitation. She enjoys working with patients using manual
therapy techniques to achieve their goals.
“I believe that fascial
tissues are the forgotten tissues of the body. If we ignore the
problems that are occurring at the cellular level, we’ve missed our
mark. Emphasizing manual therapy techniques is what sets us apart
from other PT practices”
From a young age Kelli has been active in some type of
sport/physical activity. She grew up horseback riding, competed in
gymnastics, and ran cross country and track. Today she enjoys family
time with husband and two sons, and mother, cooking, gardening, day
hiking, fishing and downhill skiing.