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Our Team: Our Team


Dr. Katie Snow and Trevor Mills opened Snow Sport and Spine in 2007 after realizing the complexities of physical therapy care delivery in today’s world could be simplified. They were frustrated with unnecessary barriers to care affecting the patient-therapist relationship. Insurance companies and healthcare industry managers had more influence over patient care and outcomes. With Katie and Trevor’s experience and expertise, Snow Sport and Spine is a clinic that does things differently. Expect a personal patient-centered approach and the best practices in physical therapy care. They will take the time to listen, evaluate and create a plan together with you and your other providers.

Now many years later, with the addition of Felicia Files, PTA, and Christina Kelly, PT to the team, they are still doing just that, and continuing to integrate state-of-the-art techniques into the rehabilitation of our patients so they may return to the endeavors they love!


Proven Professionals

Christina Kelly



Christina is a 2005 graduate of Quinnipiac University with her Master’s degree in Physical Therapy. She joined Snow Sport and Spine after working many years as a Home Health Physical Therapist, where she provided physical therapy to patients in their homes while addressing issues such as balance deficits, general deconditioning, and post-surgical care. Prior to this, she worked in a variety of settings including a Level III trauma center, an orthopaedic surgery ward specializing in total joint replacements, and multiple long term care centers. She believes in the human body’s innate ability to heal itself and finds great joy and honor in supporting this process. Christina collaborates with her patients to develop a comprehensive treatment plan incorporating a whole-body approach to care and supports her patients to manage their symptoms while promoting independent healing. She is currently attending courses at The College of Osteopathic Medicine at Michigan State University with a focus on recognizing potential dysfunctions within the cranial system to treat manifestations of a concussion, vertigo, and headaches and how to apply the principles of orthopaedic manipulative medicine to treat neck, head, and jaw pain. When not at the clinic, she can be found with her family biking through the woods or at their homestead on a windy hill in Union.

Trevor Mills



Trevor is a 2003 graduate of Northeastern University with a Master’s of Science in Physical Therapy. He has practiced in outpatient spine and orthopedic care his entire career in Midcoast Maine. He has completed advanced manual therapy training from the Michigan State University’s Osteopathic Manual Medicine program. He is a Board Certified Orthopaedic Clinical Specialist through the American Physical Therapy Association, and a member of the Academy of Orthopaedic Physical Therapy. A specialty of Trevor’s is foot and ankle care- it's not unusual for Trevor’s patients to bring a large tote bag of shoes and inserts for troubleshooting and gait analysis. He also encourages his patients to bring their bikes or specialized occupational tools or fitness equipment. Trevor is an avid mountain biker and runner and has raced on and off road competitively. He also is a skier, snowshoer, novice swimmer and enjoys moving vigorously through nature no matter the medium. Always fascinated by the human body, he considers himself a lifelong student of human movement and physiology. Currently, his reading interest is the relationship between orthopaedics, neurology, and human behavior as they relate to motor learning.

Dr. Kathryn Snow



Dr. Katie Snow achieved a Master of Science in Physical Therapy from Simmons College and returned to complete her Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2004. She has spent most of her career working in the outpatient physical therapy setting. She has developed strong manual therapy skills by taking many courses in Osteopathic Manual Medicine through Michigan State University, Jones Strain Counterstrain, The Barral Institute, and Polestar Pilates. 

She has collaborated with expert clinicians across many disciplines as well as traveled to the University of Pittsburgh to learn directly from the top researchers in concussion management.  Utilizing this information, as well as her specialty training in manual therapy to assess the cervical and cranial systems, Dr. Snow developed Snow Sport & Spine's concussion management program. Teaching is another of Katie’s passions and she is thankful to be able to mentor other clinicians as well as yoga instructors through teaching one on one in the clinic as well as on an online learning platform. She is also a USSA Level 100 alpine ski coach and takes all her knowledge to the mountain to empower her athletes to grow to be the best skier they can be. Along with her husband and her daughter she explores the outdoors year-round by foot, bike, or skis.

Felicia Files



Felicia Files has always wanted to work with people, people on the coast of Maine. Felicia graduated from Bowdoin College with a Bachelor’s Degree in English. She became interested in Physical Therapy while working with physically, mentally, and behaviorally challenged children as a Special Education Teacher Assistant and Teacher in Portland, Waldoboro, and Freeport. She earned an Associate’s Degree in Physical Therapy from Kennebec Valley Community College. As a Physical Therapist Assistant, Felicia has specialized in Integrative Manual Therapy (IMT), taking more than 25 IMT courses and logging thousands of clinical experience hours. In 2004-2007, Felicia incorporated Polarity and Massage therapy into her treatment techniques, completing Spa Tech Institute’s Holistic Massage and Registered Polarity Practitioner programs. Having relocated from Portland to the Midcoast area, Felicia continues to enjoy her yoga & Tai Chi practices, walking with her dog, gardening, and supporting clients to achieve optimal health and wellbeing.

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