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Our founder, Kelli Chandler, started Concierge Orthopedics in 2016 as a way to treat patients that were unable to make it to traditional outpatient physical therapy practices and become a mobile physical therapist.  She noticed a trend in the outpatient physical therapy game.  Patient deductibles were climbing.  Physical Therapists were double and triple booked.  Patients often received shorter visits with reduced one-on-one time.  Patients with small children at home or demanding work schedules could not make it to physical therapy appointments during normal office hours. She noticed a need for a mobile physical therapist in her community.


Our solution? Concierge care. We come to the patient!  Concierge Orthopedics solved the problem by offering physical therapy professionals visit in the convenience of patients' homes or offices.  All visits are one on one.  No wait time.  Truly individualized concierge care.  Physical therapy at its best.


Concierge Orthopedics helped patients for over five years when we began noticing another problem, more and more physical therapists searching for a way to treat their own concierge cash pay patients.  It is Concierge Orthopedics goal to provide resources for all physical therapists to run their own concierge practice, be a part of our awesome community.  We make it easy for physical therapists to do what they love, treat patients.



Connecting concierge patients with physical therapy providers and physical therapy professionals to best fit their needs and setting. Providing back office support for physical therapists.We aim to provide community for our physical therapy patients and concierge practitioners through education and mentorship.  

Meet Our Founder

Meet Our Founder
Our Founder

Kelli Chandler is a native Arkansan.  She completed her masters and doctoral degrees in physical therapy from Texas Woman's University.  She then began a residency in manual therapy followed by obtaining two board certified specialities in manual and manipulative therapy. Kelli is also a fellow with the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy joining an elite group of less than 160 physical therapists in the entire state of Texas. 


Kelli has spent the last 14 years working in orthopedic physical therapy.  She returned to Texas in 2016 from Las Vegas where she worked for Cirque du Soleil and treated patients ranging from Olympic medalists to Julliard trained dancers.  She has worked in the outpatient orthopedic setting her entire career.  She enjoys treating a wide array of patients with post-surgical conditions to spine to general strengthening and balance issues.

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