Chris Kaddatz, DPT
Christopher (Chris) Kaddatz holds a doctorate of Physical Therapy and a bachelor’s of science in Athletic Training. Along the way, he conducted and presented biomechanics research, taught and tutored undergraduate anatomy students, worked with high school and Division I athletes as an athletic trainer, and offered therapeutic treatment to patients in a variety of outpatient and inpatient rehabilitation care settings
Mr. Kaddatz worked as research developer and lab assistant for the South Dakota State University Biomechanics Research Lab and received the Joseph F. Nelson Mentorship and Northland ACSM Undergraduate Research awards.
In 2020, Mr. Kaddatz joined the OPA Therapy Services team and helps active Alaskans recover from orthopedic injuries and/or surgeries. In his spare time, he enjoys exploring Alaska with his dog Juke, hiking, fishing, camping, and snowboarding.
Doctor of Physical Therapy (2020)
B.S. Athletic Training, Biology Minor (2016)
South Dakota State University
- Joseph F. Nelson Mentorship Award
- Northland ACSM Undergraduate Research Award
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