Dr. Keller grew up in Connecticut and received her Bachelor of Science (’11) and Doctorate of Physical therapy (’13) from Springfield College in Springfield, Massachusetts. Caitlin began her career in Texas and has loved her home here since. She has specialized in pediatrics since 2013, and in 2014 began specializing in pelvic health. Caitlin treated children and women in both the inpatient and outpatient settings at Texas Children’s Hospital from 2014 until 2019, when she began her journey in building Unconstipated Kids. Caitlin has leveraged her specialty of pediatric pelvic health through an unyielding passion for this work, continual education, clinical application, and a healthy dose of self-care. Caitlin is passionate about her vocation as a wife and mom. She has a laughable number of hobbies, and enjoys them all as she is able! West Coast Swing dancing, hiking, painting, photography, all things Broadway, baking, crocheting, traveling, and coffee-drinking. Caitlin is endlessly thankful to her self-sacrificing and supporting husband, Vince, to their son J who fills their life with joy, and above all to God, for His blessings and guidance.
Doctor of Physical Therapy (2013)
Serving children and their families throughout our community to help them achieve their toileting goals through innovative and effective care. The world tells us that the topic of toileting is uncomfortable and taboo. This societal acceptance makes it extraordinarily difficult for those with toileting challenges to seek the help they need! Unconstipated Kids has a mission to bring pelvic health, toileting success, and general wellbeing to children and their families. Through education, skilled services, and a passion for wellness, Unconstipated Kids strives to elevate each of its clients to a higher level of health through excellent service.