Nurse Practitioner Kelly Drudi Joins Integrated Physical Medicine
We are proud to announce Kelly Drudi, MSN, APN-BC, has joined our New Lenox office. Kelly is a board-certified nurse practitioner with full practice authority in the state of Illinois. She received her BSN in 1999 from St. Francis Medical Center College of Nursing in Peoria, IL. Then received her APN from Northern Illinois University in DeKalb, IL in 2011. Kelly is board-certified though American Nurses Credentialing Center as Adult Nurse Practitioner.
As a nurse practitioner, Kelly Drudi is able to compliment IPM’s physical therapy and chiropractic work through internal medicine, primary care and telemedicine. Kelly enjoys helping patients to improve their well-being and quality of life, including the offerings and advancements in the field of regenerative medicine. Ground-breaking treatments like trigger point injections, hyaluronic acid injections, human cellular tissue products (stem cells) and platelet rich plasma therapy will now be available with Kelly at IPM.
These two new cutting-edge fields of medicine continue IPM’s mission of offering their patients a team committed to providing well rounded physical solutions to address their unique needs. IPM’s Chiropractors, Athletic Trainers, Patient Coordinators and now Nurse Practitioner, have a full spectrum of expertise and experience to have the ability to offer what others can not – options.
“I’m excited to join the IPM team,” Kelly states. “I’m excited to continue to learn and add my touch of caring.”
In her free time, Kelly enjoys camping with her husband and daughter in Amboy, IL. She loves live music, attending concerts and watching Broadway musicals. She also likes to cook and garden. Kelly is a dog mom to an English bulldog and Mastiff mix.
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