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Kiley Eversole, Doctor of Physical Therapy

Physiotherapy Resident

Kiley graduated with a Doctor of Physical Therapy from the University of Montana in 2017 and with a Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Sciences from Western Michigan University in 2009.  She is very passionate about play-based therapy and working with children and their caregivers to create functional and attainable goals for improved quality of life at home and in the community.  

Since beginning practicing in pediatrics in 2017, she has developed a special interest in working with children with neurological conditions and management of orthopedic conditions through postural training and care.  She also has extensive experience working in a variety of school settings in special education classrooms, with a primary focus working with children and adults with autism spectrum disorder.  

She has completed the following post-graduate continuing education courses/experiences:·      

  • The Montana Postural Care Project: 24 Hour Postural Care      
  • Primitive Reflex Integration    
  • Hip Dysplasia and Spasticity in Children with Cerebral Palsy: Surveillance and Management      
  • Pediatric Gait Analysis and Orthotic Management: A Segmental Kinematic Approach to Rehabilitation      
  • Pediatric Kinesiology Taping Practitioner    
  • Cascade Dafo Institute: Assessing Pediatric Patients for Dynamic Lower Extremity Orthoses; Brace Selection; Fast Fit Solutions    
  • Balance Rehabilitation: Translating Research into Evidence-Based Clinical Practice      
  • Clinical Instructor for 3rd year Doctor of Physical Therapy students: January-May 2019; March-June 2018

Kiley has been coming to the Ottawa Valley region to whitewater kayak with her family and friends since she was 16 years old and continues to pursue and share her love for the river.  She also enjoys skiing, running and hiking with her big yellow dog named Lager.  

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