Keelin Regan-Reed PT, DPT
Keelin established Keelin Studio in the Fall of 2005, with an intention to incorporate health and wellness, injury prevention and rehabilitation all under one roof. The establishment of her business with the unique cash based set up made her the first of her kind in Northern New England. Keelin’s passion is in biomechanics and the understanding of dysfunctional movement. Keelin has a 13 year history of coaching womens lacrosse at both the college and varsity high school level. She has also instructed Pilates for 15 years.
Keelin’s career as a Physical Therapist during the last 17 years has emphasized on the importance of manual therapy and treating the body as a whole. Her keen ability as a diagnostician has led her to be able to successfully treat multi-faceted, challenging problems in which patients have been unsuccessfully treated in traditional Physical Therapy settings.
Keelin has been an adjunct faculty member at Colby-Sawyer College. She was also a partner of Adrenaline Junkees LLC, an adventure racing company, and co-founder of the annual Mountain Mucker 5K at Mount Sunapee. She is the author and publisher of “Fix It Yourself! A Self-Help Guide to Treating Common Muscular Aches and Pains.” She enjoys raising her daughter Lily, trail running, hiking, gardening and mountain biking.
Kim-Laura Boyle PT, DPT
Kim-Laura Boyle PT, DPT holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Colby-Sawyer College, a Master of Science degree from University of North Carolina at Wilmington, and a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Duke University.
She currently is Co-Chair of the PTA, OTA, Massage, and Medical Technition Programs at The River Valley Community College in Claremont, NH. In addition to having experience and interest in general orthopedic physical therapy, prevention of athletic injuries, and women’s health.
Kim is a certified provider of ART (Active Release Techniques). Active Release Techniques is a hands on treatment that allows a practitioner to diagnose and treat soft tissue injuries including repetitive motion injuries, joint dysfunction, and long standing tissue tightness as a result of adhesions and tissue hypoxia. ART is often appropriate and beneficial for men and women of all ages who have either acute or long standing soft tissue dysfunction. She is a partner of Adrenaline Junkees LLC, an adventure race company, and one of the co-founders of the annual Mountain Mucker 5K at Mount Sunapee. In addition to working as a physical therapist, Kim has been an adjunct faculty member at Colby-Sawyer College and enjoys running, hiking, reading and lifting weights.
Megan Kehr ATC, N.H.LAT
Megan Kehr ATC, N.H.LAT is the office manager and now Athletic Trainer for Keelin Studio. She has worked for Keelin Studio every summer since 2009 and is now here full time.
She is a graduate of The University of Vermont, receiving her Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training. She enjoys playing ice hockey, hiking, camping, and doing arts and crafts