Nina is a practicing physical therapist at the Cleveland Clinic on the Main Campus. Nina received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Miami, and completed her Orthopedic Residency in 2019 and Manual Therapy Fellowship in 2020 at THE Ohio State. Nina performed her fellowship research on low back pain and dry needling and has been practicing dry needling for nearly 4 years utilizing the Integrative Dry Needling System. She has lectured on many topics including introductory orthopedic classes, dry needling, as well as topics like gymnastics for the performing arts and ACL reconstructions and kinesiophobia. Nina’s special interests include athletes, namely the performing arts, and treatment of tendinopathy, most specifically of the gluteals and lower extremities. Dr. Kelly is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association and a member of both the Orthopedic and Sports Special Interest Groups.
“IDN is such an invaluable clinical tool because of the versatility and ease which it integrates into manual therapy treatments”