Dr. Kate S. Kelly
Dr. Kate S. Kelly is a graduate of New York Chiropractic College. Her philosophy for healing involves assessing the body as a whole for diagnosis and treatment. She seeks to resolve problems at the source rather than just treat symptoms.
At Active Recovery Boston, Dr. Kelly employs state-of-the-art, gentle chiropractic care to people of all ages to eliminate neck, back and joint pain, and compromised range of motion. Her goal is to promote balance and allow the body to function at optimum levels. She is a certified Active Release Technique (A.R.T.) practitioner and was a member of the Active Release Technique team at the 2007 and 2008 Ironman Lake Placid. Dr. Kelly has also earned certification in Kinesio Taping.
Dr. Kelly has a strong belief in the benefits of chiropractic for sports-specific performance enhancement. Treatment goals include:
- creating maximum power output
- maximizing athletic potential
- minimizing injury potential
- improving position sense and repositioning ability
- developing proper movement and control
- enhancing post-competition regeneration and restoration of joints and muscles.
Prior to chiropractic school, Dr. Kelly has served as Clark University’s strength and conditioning coach for eight years in the women’s field hockey and softball programs. She has been a guest speaker at Clark in the areas of pre- and post-performance nutrition, stretching, and injury prevention. She has also conducted workshops and lectures at universities and multi-national corporations in the areas of: nutrition, injury prevention, regaining one’s competitive edge, managing physical and mental stress, posture and breathing technique for runners, and improving productivity through proper workplace ergonomics.
Dr. Kelly has been a competitive triathlete for 12 years, has had her fair share of bumps and bruises from Cyclocross, and is currently investigating the world of CrossFit.