Originally from Missouri, Megan Kaley moved to Los Angeles to attend UCLA as an undergraduate. While playing lacrosse for UCLA, she received her degree in Bio-psychology and then worked as a physical therapy aide in Culver City.
Megan earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Southern California and worked under the mentorship of Dr. Kornelia Kulig, a renowned researcher and manual therapist. She has worked at Women's Physical Therapy Rehabilitation since January 2010 specializing in pelvic pain, prenatal/postpartum issues, lymphedema, and breast cancer rehabilitation.
In 2011, Megan became an adjunct professor at Santa Monica Community College teaching in the Kinesiology department. As a former college athlete and coach, Megan’s passion continues to be helping people help themselves. Whether it is on the field, at work, or at home, she is committed to helping her patients attain a higher level of function as well as providing them with the necessary tools to maintain their progress. When she’s not working, Megan likes to spend as much time as she can being a foodie, exploring LA, hiking, and running the occasional 5K.