Kelley Olson, PTWheatland Memorial Healthcare

Kelley grew up in Devils Lake, ND and graduated high school in 2011. She attended Lake Region State College where she played basketball and worked as a barista. She later attended the University of North Dakota and graduated with her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree in 2017. Following PT school, Kelley decided to do travel physical therapy where she lived in Arizona, North Dakota, Minnesota, and Montana over the next few years. Kelley joined Wheatland Memorial as a travel physical therapist in November of 2019 and later decided to stay as an employee of WMH in 2020. Outside of work, Kelley spends most of her time outdoors with skiing, hiking, backpacking, photography, and visiting her family in North Dakota.
Kelley enjoys the rural setting of Harlowton as it allows her to work with a large variety of ages and diagnoses. Kelley especially enjoys working with pediatrics, athletes, and post-op patients. Areas of interest include sports related injuries, developmental delays, torticollis, vertigo, headaches/neck pain, balance and walking disorders, orthopedic surgeries/ joint replacements, and neurodegenerative disorders such as Parkinson’s disease. Kelley is excited to continue furthering her education and learning new skills to offer to her patients. She is currently trained in kinesiology taping, Graston Technique, and Integrative Dry Needling.

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