Kelly Wheeler, PT, DPT
TrinityOne Physical Therapy
I am beyond thankful that God has allowed me to be a light to people and instrument of healing as a Physical Therapist and co-owner of TrinityOne Physical Therapy with my wonderful friends! I treat patients at both our Wheelersburg and Waverly clinics. I have been married to Ross Wheeler since 2010 and we are new parents to our baby girl Rosalind Grace. I graduated from Waverly High School in 2005. I obtained my B.S. in Exercise Science from The Ohio State University in 2009 and my Doctorate of Physical Therapy also from The Ohio State University in 2012. Go Bucks! Along with Angi and Erica, I specialize in orthopedics and manual therapy: joint mobilization/manipulation, dry needling, Myokinesthetic System, Mulligan Concept, and Kinesiotaping. I also have advanced experience in treating athletes, especially runners. As a runner myself, I understand the frustration of not being able to train at a high level due to injury. I am so happy to help people get back to doing what they love without pain!
In July 2017 we opened TrinityOne Physical Therapy as a leap of faith with a mission of providing exceptional, individualized care to every patient we have the privilege to serve. As Christians we believe that life is a precious gift of God and want to help people by eliminating pain and improving function to enable our patients to make the most of the time we each are given. Our vision is to make Physical Therapy primary care for mobility and functional impairments by increasing public accessibility; providing expert, evidence-based care; and making care affordable. To accomplish this goal we had to go outside convention. We found that access to physical therapy is increasingly limited by individuals not being under the care of a physician to refer them to PT, insurance restrictions, and the care is compromised by corporate bottom lines. To break down these barriers TrinityOne is a direct access, direct pay clinic. People can come to us on their own without insurance or a referral and receive the care they need it, when they need it and move on!