Kacee Green graduated from Brenau University in 2019 with a Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree. Since graduation, Kacee has concentrated on pediatric physical therapy, yet also provides physical therapy services in geriatrics as well. In such a short time, Kacee has gained clinical experience in genetic and chromosomal disorders, musculoskeletal disorders, neuromuscular disorders, and general gross motor delay caused from sequalae of prematurity, failure to thrive, and childhood infections. Kacee evaluates and treats with a whole-body approach that combines knowledge and understanding of localized anatomy within the context of full body structure, function, and movement. She works to restore compromised stability, strength, mobility, and movement patterning through a variety of progressive exercises, manual techniques, and well, through play. Kacee enjoys building rapport with her patients and their families, and assisting children in progression towards activities they want to do and have potential to do. She finds pediatric caregiver burden an important topic of interest. In her free time, Kacee enjoys spending time with her dogs, outdoor activities, and being a mom.