Far from the elite athletes that Dr. Wilkens usually works with, I started running the year that I turned forty. Kym helped me overcome an IT band injury so I could participate in my first Imogene Pass Run in 2012.  Her techniques, her expertise, and her gentle encouragement gave me the confidence and ability to go for something that I wasn’t sure I could do.  Kym has helped me tremendously as I continue my running journey, and I give her a lot of the credit for my ability to persevere through pain and recover from injury.  Not only does she work with elite athletes, Dr. Wilkens also helps the everyday runner meet his or her goals, whatever they may be.  Cristy Zeller (runner)

This is the first whole year injury free for me. In college I couldn’t make it 3 weeks! Thanks for being such a great resource, keeping me healthy and caring so much about your patients.  Annika Braun (elite runner)

I am happy to say I am now running with no hamstring pain and no plantar pain (a problem I’ve just been living with for a year or more). I highly, highly recommend Kym for identifying and working out the root cause of an injury.  Jay Donosky (ultra runner)

Sure, massage and foam rollers are nice, but to get some of your messy parts FIXED, Active Release Techniques (ART) and Graston are the ticket! Locally, Kymberlee Wilkens of Wilkens Sports Chiro is the ONLY one to see. She’s an athlete and a well-vetted practitioner, and she KNOWS her stuff! (She’s kinda nice too :-) Go see her! — LA Kelly