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Keily Austin, PT, DPT

Physical Therapist

Southeastern Regional Medical Center

"I want to help my patients achieve their personal goals through physical, mental, and emotional healing. "

- Keily Austin, PT, DPT
Keily Austin, PT, DPT


  • Doctor of Physical Therapy, Armstrong Atlantic State University, Savannah, GA
  • Bachelor of Science, University of West Georgia, Carrollton, GA


  • Licensed Physical Therapist

Practicing Since: 2013

Keily Austin, Doctor of Physical Therapy at Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA) near Atlanta, values the time and opportunity to connect with patients in a personal way. “Our communication goes beyond medicine,” says Austin. “There is a warmth between clinicians and patients.”

After completing her Bachelor of Science degree at the University of West Georgia in Carrollton, Austin pursued physical therapy at Armstrong Atlantic State University in Savannah, Georgia. She completed her Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2013.

Austin began her physical therapy training as an aide at a rehabilitation facility in Georgia. She completed several clinical rotations as part of her doctorate degree. As a student therapist at a rehabilitation and sports medicine center, she assisted with sports injuries, joint replacements, spine problems, and post-surgical care. She also immersed herself in acute inpatient care, providing therapy for patients diagnosed with spinal cord injuries, cardiovascular and pulmonary issues, and other severe conditions.

In 2013, Austin joined a private physical therapy clinic as an outpatient physical therapist. Here, she provided care for patients coping with cancer-related fatigue and weakness, neurologic disorders, musculoskeletal injuries, and other issues.

Austin joined CTCA® in 2015. She treats patients coping with a variety of cancer-related conditions including fatigue, imbalance, instability, orthopedic conditions, and other needs that arise following surgery. She treats chemotherapy-induced neuropathy and assists patients with returning to their prior level of function.

When she is not at CTCA, Austin enjoys spending time with her husband and their daughter. 

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