Kylee Eagles, DO
"I am an Osteopathic physician who attended Family Medicine residency at UMass with training focused on sports medicine, procedures and rural medicine. My passions in medicine are preventing and treating sports injuries as well as prevention of chronic disease through healthy eating and regular exercise. As a fellow, I look forward to mastering the use of ultrasound as a tool for diagnosis and treatment.
I use OMT to treat patients and hope to gain more training in cranial treatments and BLT after my fellowship. Outside of work, I spend my time with my family and dog. For exercise, I run, swim, bike and play water polo."
Laura Fralich, MD
Dr. Fralich was born and raised in Spokane, WA. After graduating from high school, she played college basketball on the west coast at the NCAA and NAIA Division 1 levels. She then served as a firefighter and EMT for both Spokane County and as a Hotshot wildland firefighter in Montana. Prior to pursuing her medical education in England and the United States, Dr. Fralich worked in a clinical laboratory and earned her master’s degree in teaching, serving as a high school mathematics and science instructor as well as a girls basketball coach.
She graduated from Ross University School of Medicine and then completed her residency at the University of Washington-affiliated Providence Family Medicine Spokane Residency program in 2011. She has most recently worked both as an Urgent Care physician and a rural Emergency Department physician in her home state of Washington. In her free time, Dr. Fralich enjoys camping, hiking, fly fishing, traveling, and spending time with family and friends.