Kelly Fieseler MPT

(216) 202-0385 x 701

Lori Robinson M.S.P.T.

(216) 202-0385 x702

Kelly Fieseler is an orthopedic physical therapist.  She received her Bachelor of Science Degree from St. Ambrose University and her Master of Physical Therapy Degree from the University of Iowa College of Medicine.  Her furthered education has been in Michigan State Principles of Manual Medicine and Muscle Energy Techniques, St. Augustine University Cranial Facial Series, Myofascial Release, and Craniosacral Therapy.  She holds a certifications in Strength and Conditioning and  Pilates Reformer.  Kelly has been practicing physical therapy for 18 years.  She has a comprehensive background in orthopedics with areas of specialty in Spine, Cervical Cranial Dysfunction, Head, Neck and Facial Pain including TMJ and Chronic Headache.  She also has an extensive background in both pediatric and adult sports related injuries.  Kelly has been in private practice in Cleveland for 13 years.  Her practice consists of patients from ages birth to 90+ with focus on assisting patients return to the highest level of activity. Along with physical therapy, she has a passion for coaching and youth development.  For the past 10 years she has been coaching both volleyball and softball at the youth, high school and Junior Olympic level.  She has coached children from the ages 8-18. 

Lori Robinson, a native Clevelander, grew up in Shaker Heights, where she enjoyed playing a variety of sports.  After graduating high school, Lori migrated west to play softball for the University of Oregon Ducks, where a torn ACL two days before the season opener against California prevented her college athletic debut.  Lori’s injury inspired her to pursue a career in physical therapy.  After graduating from the University of Oregon with a bachelors in Exercise Science and a minor in Biology, Lori obtained her masters in Physical Therapy from Des Moines University.   Lori began her career as a valued member of the Cleveland Clinic Sportshealth department, where she worked for nearly 10 years.  Lori has been employed at a private practice for the past 11 years, where she enjoys treating a wide variety of patients with orthopedic injuries.  An avid runner, Lori specializes in working with athletes who are training for a race or returning to running after an injury.  Lori is McKenzie trained and a certified Pilates instructor.  With over 20 years of physical therapy experience under her belt, Lori utilizes proven approaches/techniques to treat patient injuries.