Kelly Lange, D.C.

About Me

Dr. Kelly Lange, Chiropractic Physician, has been practicing in Ashland for over 9 years.  She specializes in biomechanical and sports related injuries and has extensive rehab, athletic training, and massage experience.  She is a Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician® and has experience with extremity injuries including feet, knees, shoulders, and wrists. 

Dr. Lange uses a variety of techniques, ranging from traditional manual adjustments to non-force work.  Her approach includes functional exercises and hands-on therapy that is tailored uniquely for each patient.  She provides personalized and integrative treatment plans with the goal of helping patients live a life of wellness and balance. 

Currently, Dr. Lange is a Sports Medicine Supervising Physician for the Chiropractic College in Portland; she supervised and trained chiropractic students this year as they administered care for athletes at the Portland Marathon and the Pacific Crest Triathlon in Bend.  She enjoys working with all types of athletes and has a special interest in running and triathlon training.  A runner herself, Dr. Lange understands the demands of training and works to keep her athletes’ training on track. 

An Ashland native, Dr. Lange graduated summa cum laude from Palmer Chiropractic College after obtaining her B.A. in Biochemistry from Lewis & Clark College in Portland.  She strives to continue learning every day, staying current with research and attending seminars on a variety of subjects.  She also enjoys teaching and is available for workshop instruction on many topics from common sports injuries to ergonomics in the work place.

In her spare time, she enjoys reading, watching movies and running with her husband, Whit, and black lab, Rudy.

Feel free to call the clinic or email Dr. Lange to learn more about how she can help you improve health and function in your life!

Dr. Lange’s curriculum vitae.

Links: American Chiropractic Association Sports Council  American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians