Keely came to Teton Therapy from Houston, Texas, but originates from Omaha, Nebraska, where she grew up active in sports and academics throughout high school. She went to Wayne State College in Wayne, Nebraska where she participated in Track and Field before transferring to College of Saint Mary (CSM) in Omaha, Nebraska where she finished her Bachelor’s degree in Rehabilitation Sciences. Keely also obtained her Masters of Occupational Therapy from CSM in 2013. Keely gained training and expertise in neurological diagnoses, including brain injury and spinal cord injury, while completing an internship and eventually employment at TIRR Memorial Hermann in Houston. Thus, neurological diagnoses became her first love in Occupational Therapy. However, she has experience in orthopedic and pediatric diagnoses as well. In her spare time, Keely enjoys fitness and health, weightlifting, baking, hiking with her husband and pup, exploring the outdoors, traveling, chasing new experiences, and spending time with family and friends.
Keely Tatro, Lander Clinic
OTR-L Occupational Therapist
John Reddon, PT, DPT Physical Therapist
John, a native Rivertonian, has returned to his roots and joined our the Teton team. After earning his Bachelor’s Degree from UW (Go Pokes!), John attended the University of Mary is Bismarck, ND where he received his Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree in 2018. He devotes most of his time to his wife Perry and their beloved dogs, Gus and Bear. Together, they embark on outdoor adventures as only you can find in Wyoming.
John Reddon, Riverton Clinic
PT, DPT Riverton Clinical Director
Ben Larsen PT, DPT, Co-Owner of Cheyenne
Ben has been a member of Teton Therapy since May of 2010. He graduated with a Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Mary in Bismarck, ND and conducted his field work primarily in out-patient settings while in school. During his time at Teton Therapy, Ben has taken many continuing education courses on topics such as Dry Needling, Kinesiotaping, neuromuscular re-education, running analysis, and injury prevention—a topic which he immediately found a passion for and has since conducted classes to the community. Ben quickly applied this vast amount of knowledge to the practice and sharpened his therapy craft. His general interests include water sports, running, outdoor activities such as camping, competing in triathlons, and most importantly spending quality time with his wife and children.