Kinetic Physical Therapy was founded by Dr. Jain in 2011 in St. Louis, MO, when she realized that she wanted to provide specialized one-on-one care to all her patients. She had the desire to evaluate and treat the “whole person.”
During the first few months of practice, she noticed that patients met their goals more quickly than when she practiced in a traditional outpatient practice. As a result, the clients were able to attain maximal benefit from the personalized attention that she was able to give.
Dr. Jain’s training is unique in that she has in-depth experience in the clinical diagnosis and management of movement impairment syndromes to treat orthopedic and sports-related injuries.
Kelli was born and raised in Iberville Parish, enjoying all the comforts of the Bayou State with her family. Kelli's interest in healthcare began after her father experienced genetic cardiovascular problems in his early 40s. As a result, Kelli's family began a journey to a cardiac friendly lifestyle, which included afternoon bicycle rides and diet modification.
In order to pursue a career in healthcare, Kelli graduated from LSU with concentrations in kinesiology, psychology, and zoology. She also received a Master of Science in exercise science and a gerontological studies certificate from the University of Louisiana-Monroe. In graduate school, she researched and published the results from a study comparing physical activity and body composition in adolescent females.
Kinetic Physical Therapy provides an extraordinary level of service to individuals who desire a personalized approach to care. Both Dr. Jain and Kelli provide one-on-one services to all their clients in an intimate gym environment, private treatment room, or pool. The therapists' goal is to provide you with the tools to independently manage your symptoms and improve your health. Each therapist will communicate with you outside of your scheduled appointment times. They also believe in a comprehensive wellness model, in which they will facilitate communication between others involved in your recovery, including physicians, personal trainers, Pilates instructors and/or massage therapists.