More about Dr. Kennedy Williams
Dr. Williams has a passion for helping her clients discover and develop the connections between their minds and bodies in order to help them fulfill their limitless potential. She provides care with an emphasis on shared decision making between the client and clinician. Kennedy has clinical experience in outpatient orthopedics, sports medicine, inpatient neuro rehabilitation, and early intervention pediatric physical therapy. Kennedy loves engaging her creativity to design new exercises and programs to help her clients achieve their dreams and goals. Finally, she believes that physical therapy should be accessible and for every person, without the need for a fancy gym, and helps her clients identify everyday items in their home to use for their exercises.
Kennedy graduated with Summa Cum Laude honors and was inducted into the Alpha Kappa Sigma Honor Society upon graduation from Seattle Pacific University. She then immediately moved to North Carolina and and completed the Doctor of Physical Therapy degree program at Duke University's School of Medicine. Kennedy now lives and works in the greater Atlanta area.
- 2022: Doctorate of Physical Therapy, Duke University School of Medicine
- 2019: Bachelor of Science in Applied Human Biology and Psychology, Seattle Pacific University
Dr. Williams is trained as a generalist with particular interests in hand therapy, neurological therapy, orthopedics, pediatric, and geriatric therapy.
Her interest in physical therapy began in the summer of 2017 when she volunteered for an internship in Lima, Peru at a neurological institute for children with special needs. She's traveled to 33 countries (and counting) for personal and professional quests and curiosities. She studied abroad in Wuhan, China in 2016, before it became the birthplace of the pandemic. If you're a podcast lover, you can find her critically acclaimed production "Keeping up with Kennedy" streaming on all major platforms. On sunny days, you might find her roaming the streets of Atlanta walking dogs for "Wag!".