Physical and Occupational Therapists are essential in flattening the curve of the COVID-19 pandemic. They play a key role in keeping people they can help out of the doctor's offices and ER's. This will not only free up the medical teams to treat those impacted by COVID-19, but also limit the exposure of those seeking the care of the therapists.

Kirstie Strelo, DPT

Kirstie received her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology in 2014 from Sonoma State University. Upon graduating, she traveled to North Dakota in order to receive her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from The University of Mary in 2017. Currently, she is a resident within The Pine Street Orthopedic Residency Program and will complete the program in 2019. Kirstie is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist via The National Strength and Conditioning Association. Kirstie employs a multifaceted approach to each individual patient in order to provide excellent care as a standard. In her free time, Kirstie enjoys working out, snowboarding, playing sports, and being surrounded with friends and family.

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