Kelly Cross
Physical Therapist
Fayetteville, Arkansas
6 years of experience
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About me

Kelly Cross attended the University of Central Arkansas for undergraduate studies in Health Science and continued onto graduate school to receive her Doctorate of Physical Therapy. Following graduation, she moved to Chicago to work in a clinic specializing in pelvic health. Dr. Cross obtained her CAPP-Pelvic certification through the American Physical Therapy Association in 2019. After returning to Arkansas, she began working in Ft. Smith as a clinician treating a variety of outpatient needs before joining Arkansas Biomechanics and Rehabilitation in Northwest Arkansas. Dr. Cross is a physical therapist that believes healthcare professionals should look at each patient as a whole person. This philosophy acknowledges that there are many factors that contribute to health and wellness. Her goal is to help each person she is in contact with reach whatever goal they are currently aiming to achieve through a holistic approach. While she continues to treat all parts of the body, she is specially trained in the treatment of urinary incontinence, pelvic pain, urinary urgency, constipation, fecal incontinence, pain with intercourse, pain during or after pregnancy, diastatis recti, back, groin, and hip pain. Dr. Cross enjoys relaxing with her family and red heeler. In her free time you can find her enjoying the outdoors, reading a psychological thriller, watching the newest Netflix series, or learning how to garden.

Education

Doctorate of Physical Therapy (2016)

Certification and training

CAPP Pelvic Certified (2019)

Memberships and affiliations

Academy of Pelvic Health

Credentials
DPT PT
Specialties
Pain Management Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy Pelvic Pain Urinary Incontinence
Languages

English

Accepted insurances
Blue Cross Blue Shield (BCBS) Cigna Medicare
Service introduction

Treatment of pelvic floor dysfunction (such as urine leakage, constitution, urinary urgency), pain during or after childbirth, chronic low back hip pr pelvic pain.