Kaleb Redden, DO, is originally from Wyoming and now calls Idaho his home. Kaleb graduated from Utah State University with degrees in Exercise Science and Chemistry. While attending USU, Kaleb was a teaching assistant for Biomechanics and was involved with Strength and Conditioning for club sports, he was also awarded full-ride scholarship for athletics.
Following graduation he began medical school at Pacific Northwest University in Yakima, Washington. At PNWU Kaleb was elected president of the Sports Medicine Club and was responsible for organizing many educational opportunities for other students who were interested in sports medicine. After medical school, Kaleb and his family moved to Idaho to complete residency with the Family Medicine Residency of Idaho and pursue further training as a sports medicine fellow. Kaleb has now partnered with the Mecca Gym to bring his expertise and skills with manual manipulation to the athletes and members of the community.
Kaleb is married to his best friend, Whitney and together they have three amazing children. When the “Doc” isn’t seeing patients he enjoys weightlifting, being outdoors, and riding motorcycles.
“There is no substitute for strength and no excuse for lack of it.”