Kristian Graham

Dr. Graham has been practicing Physical Therapy for 17 years with the vast majority of his experience being in outpatient orthopedics.  He also spends time working in a local nursing home.  His treatment approach is founded on manual therapy and functional training.  He believes knowledge is the key to progress and his patients play an integral role in achieving their own goals, so he enjoys and spends extra time educating his patients on how their bodies work.  Additionally, he performs custom bike fits, creates custom foot orthoses, and incorporates Kinesio Taping, exercise prescription, and Dry Needling to help patients on their path to recovery.

Credentials: PT, DPT, STMT-1

2009, Ohio University, DPT

2003, Ohio University, MPT

2000, Alice Lloyd College, BS-Biology

GS Chleboun, AB Campbell, KK Graham, HA Stuckey. Fascicle Length Change of the Human Tibialis Anterior and Vastus Lateralis During Walking. Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy. July, 2007. Vol 37. Issue 7. Pages 372-379.

STMT-1

5040 Forest Drive
Suite 300
New Albany, Ohio 43054