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Department

Sports Medicine

Location

West Campus

Phone: 832-227-7878
Email

kukibby1@texaschildrens.org

Address

Orthopedics and Sports Medicine Department, 5th Floor
18200 Katy Freeway
Houston, TX 77094

Karli Kibby, PT, DPT

Education

School Education Degree Year
Simmons University DPT Doctorate of Physical Therapy 2020
Simmons University Bachelors Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science 2018

About

Karli Kibby, PT, DPT, TPS joined the physical therapy team at Texas Children’s Hospital in 2021. She began treating both developmental and sports patients at the Texas Children’s Hospital Medical Center location. She has a strong orthopedic background with particular interest in treating patients with chronic pain conditions. In efforts to better meet the unique treatment needs for patients with chronic pain, she received her therapeutic pain specialist certification in 2022. She now works at Texas Children’s Hospital West Campus in the multi-disciplinary Pain Clinic, in addition to treating pediatric patients with orthopedic injuries and chronic pain conditions in the Sports Physical Therapy Gym on the 5th floor. She believes in a holistic care approach to support patients to meet their personal functional goals. She enjoys the multidisciplinary environment of pain clinic, which not only allows her to collaborate closely with physicians, social workers, psychologists and nurse practitioners, but also provides a great opportunity to integrate a holistic care approach to treat patients.

Clinical Interests:

Chronic Pain, EDS, Orthostatic tachycardia

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