Kitty Leelaamornvichet, D.P.T.
- Special Interest:
- Parkinson's & Movement Disorders
- Accepting Patients:
"I really enjoy working with the diverse patient population that we serve here at OHSU, and I find it a great privilege to be able to help patients make positive changes in their lives, no matter how small. I’m always looking to see how I can help people improve their functional ability so that they can achieve the highest quality of life possible."
Kitty provides care for a variety of patients, specializing in those in the neurological and geriatric populations. She has a special interest in Parkinson’s disease, post-concussive syndrome, and balance and vestibular disorders. She sees patients of all ages and backgrounds, and strives to empower each patient with the knowledge and ability to make positive changes in their own lives. She believes strongly in making each patient’s treatment specific to his or her unique and individual needs and goals. In her spare time Kitty and her family, including her husband and a very active toddler, enjoy going outside for walks, taking trips to the zoo, visiting with friends and relatives, and spending time at home. When she gets a moment to herself, Kitty also enjoys sewing, crafting, reading, cooking and gardening.
B.A., University of Hawai’i, HI, 2005
DPT, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, 2008