Kelsey Stringer, MSN, FNP-C
Kelsey grew up in Topeka, KS, where her father was a college basketball coach. She has been surrounded by and competed in athletics the majority of her life. She attended Kansas State University, where she participated on the volleyball team for 4 years.
Kelsey earned her Master of Science in Nursing degree from Washburn University and has been working in emergency medicine for 7 years, both as a registered nurse and nurse practitioner.
She has managed patients with both acute and chronic medical conditions.
She will be taking care of patients in our Manhattan office. She is passionate about the fields of functional and regenerative medicine and helping her patients to feel their best. She understands that feeling better is not just a positive outward experience but rather is reflective of achieving better whole-body function.
She understands the importance of the body being able to function at its highest level and how much this contributes to a patient’s quality of life.
Kelsey and her husband Nick, a former football player for Kansas State University, are proud parents to their twin boys, Everett and Wyatt. They love to exercise and spend time outside with their children boating, swimming, and fishing.