Dr. Kasey Drayton received her Bachelors of Science in Clinical Exercise Physiology from Boston University and as a student athlete in women’s ice hockey became interested in pursuing a career in physical therapy. She worked as an exercise physiologist in a cardiac rehabilitation program for a year before pursuing a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree at Duke University in 2003. Dr. Drayton has worked primarily in the outpatient orthopedic setting since graduation gaining a broad skill set in manual therapy, manipulation, post operative care, sports injuries, and treatment of the spine and pelvis. Dr. Drayton is also contributing faculty for the University of St. Augustine's Doctor of Physical Therapy Program. Dr. Drayton completed the functional and advanced dry needling courses in 2019 and practice in Littleton, Colorado specializing in orthopedics.
1999, Boston University, BS in Clinical Exercise Physiology
2003, Duke University School of Medicine, Doctor of Physical Therapy