Dr. Kelly Blake Frances has been involved in the physical therapy industry, originally as a volunteer and aid, since the early 2000s. She followed her early passion for this field, obtaining her bachelor’s degree at University of Central Florida in Health Science in 2006 and then going on to graduate with honors from Nova Southeastern University in 2010 with her Doctorate in Physical Therapy degree. Since then she has worked in outpatient facilities focusing on orthopedics, post-operative recovery, and treatment of common injuries and conditions throughout the body. She furthered her orthopedic skillset in 2014 when she became a Certified Manual Physical Therapist. Her love for treating neurological deficits grew, and in 2016 she became a LSVT BIG certified clinician; a treatment program that focuses on Parkinson’s Disease. Dr. Blake Frances also enjoys guiding and shaping the future of the physical therapy industry and became a Certified Clinical Instructor through the American Physical Therapy Association in 2018. Having more than 10 years of diverse experiences, Dr. Blake Frances takes pride in her work with patients. She focuses on patient centered goals, and achieving the best possible outcomes, while keeping the experience professional, personal and meaningful.