Michelle Keller, PT, MPT, CEEAA

Board Certified Clinical Specialist in Geriatrics
Instructor, Director of Pro-Bono Clinic

Biography

Michelle is a 2003 graduate of the University of Mary with a master’s in physical therapy. She has furthered her education, obtaining a certified competency in vestibular rehabilitation in 2013 from the APTA and Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. In 2017, she became a certified exercise expert for the aging adult through the APTA and Academy of Geriatrics. She advanced this knowledge and, in 2017, became a board-certified clinical specialist in geriatrics through the APTA. Michelle holds additional certifications, including LSVT BIG®(2013) and V2FIT® in concussion management (2019). Michelle is an active member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), both the Academy of Geriatrics and the North Dakota Chapter. She serves as a member of the Continuing Education Committee for the NDPTA since 2020.

As a physical therapist, she has experience providing care to patients in outpatient neurological rehabilitation, outpatient orthopedics, and holds a special interest in geriatrics, vestibular rehabilitation, and concussion management. Michelle is married to Chris and is the mother of Brayden and Paige. She enjoys traveling with her family, reading, fitness, and attending all activities for her children.