Keyla has a passion for connecting with her patients in order to help them return to activities that they love. She has an extensive and eclectic mix of training on manual therapy techniques, neuromuscular and orthopedic rehabilitation. She discovered her love for Women’s Pelvic Health Rehabilitation during one of her clinical internships and later through mentorship and numerous courses through the American Physical Therapy Association, Herman and Wallace, Inc and Bookhout Seminars. It has become a passion for Keyla to be able to help numerous patients though very personal and challenging dysfunctions and she strives to help empower women through education, self care techniques, manual therapy treatment and appropriate movement based exercise/activities. She believes in the power of creating a support network and actively works to become a part of her patient’s care team. She also believes in the importance of promoting pelvic physical therapy as a conservative treatment option for Women and speaks with various providers including the Minnesota Birth Center, The University of Minnesota–Family Medicine Residency Program and more.
Outside of work Keyla enjoys spending time with her husband and their dog Ellie. Although she is originally from Wisconsin, she is an avid Minnesota sports fan, with the exception of her love for the Wisconsin Badgers. She loves to travel, spend time with family and friends as well as be physically active including hiking and CrossFit style fitness.