Kiti is a Certified Lymphedema Therapist and a breast cancer and oncology rehabilitation specialist and is considered to be one of the leading physiotherapists in The Bahamas. She is also certified mastectomy breast prosthesis and bra fitter, as well as a custom compression garment fitter.
In 2004, Kiti opened Handling Your Health Wellness and Rehab where she is the senior physical therapist and has a dedicated team of therapists who provide a wholistic therapeutic approach to their patients. Kiti believes that prevention is better than cure and that a wholesome approach of mind, body, nutrition, and spirituality play an important part in a patient’s progress. She has worked with athletes, children, the elderly and persons from all walks of life and her patients benefit from her caring and dedicated manner. Kiti and her team would like people to make them a top choice when it comes to caring giving, recovery and wellness needs.
Their keen work with the lymphatic system, which tends to become compromised due to health issues common with cancer and diabetes, have set them apart from the ordinary. Handling Your Health Wellness and Rehab’s out-patient clinic develops and manages programs and therapies for those who have experienced post-mastectomy, or loss of limb, post-joint replacement, spinal surgery, traumatic injuries, chronic pain, and other serious conditions. Their work also includes sports therapy, home care and perinatal.
Prior to opening her rehabilitation business, Kiti spent four years under the tutelage of Erica Rolle as a Clinic Physical Therapist and workplace wellness educator at Doctor’s Hospital Health Care System in Nassau, Bahamas. There, she also worked in the in-patient setting with those who needed therapy for acute care, and for medical or surgical reasons, as well as in the outpatient setting, with those who had orthopedic and neurological requirements.
Education and continuing education are paramount to Kitiboni Adderley. In 2000, she graduated from the University of The West Indies School of Physical Therapy in Jamaica and in 2017, she obtained her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Utica College in Utica, New York. She has been a Certified Health Coach for the last five years.
Since 2000, she has attended numerous conferences and workshops locally and in the United States and is proud of her oncology training. She continues to dedicate her time and share her knowledge educating the public about wellness and how to manage chronic non-communicable diseases such as diabetes and hypertension. Her podcast “H.E.A.R. (Health Education Awareness and Rehabilitation) Caribbean” highlights advice from medical and wellness professionals and education on various health concerns.
Kiti is a professional advisor of The Bahamas Breast Cancer Initiative Foundation, the One Eleuthera Foundation and a Susan G Komen Breast Cancer educator. She has served as president of the Bahamas Association of Physiotherapists for four years and currently represents the Bahamas at the World Confederation for Physical Therapy. She has worked with numerous National Sports Teams like Carifta, CAC and IAAF World Relays and has volunteered with the National Kingdor Parkinson Association.
Kiti’s memberships include The Bahamas Association of Physiotherapists, Jamaican Physiotherapy Association, American Academy of Physical Therapy, American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), Health Policy & Administration Section- American Physical Therapy Association, Section on Women’s Health, Oncology section, American Telemedicine Association and Empowering a Billion Women by 2020.
Kiti is married and the mother of three daughters. She enjoys immersing herself in nature, traveling, experiencing other cultures, reading, cooking and crafting. Her quiet time is spent meditating or practicing yoga.
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