About Dr. Trenton Overall
Dr. Trenton Overall received his bachelor degree in Neuroscience from BYU before attending medical school at AT Still University in Missouri where he finished in the top of his class. Dr. Overall completed an internship at University of Arizona in Tucson before finishing Neurology residency at the Mayo Clinic in Scottsdale, Arizona where he had the privilege of training under many of the pioneers in the field of Neurology. Dr. Overall has a passion for education and strives to stay current on the developments and changes in the field of neurology. Dr. Overall is passionate about finding solutions, treating each patient with compassion, and building relationships for years to come. Dr. Overall has been in St. George for 6 years and loves serving the community. In his free time he loves spending time with his wife and four kids, playing pickleball, riding his moped, mountain biking, and playing guitar.
About Kelsie Montgomery, NP
Kelsie was born in Northern Utah and raised in Southern Utah since I was 11 years old. Kelsi graduated from Dixie High School and obtained an Associate Degree of Science in Nursing from Columbus Technical College in Columbus, Georgia. Kelsie moved back to St. George and earned her BSN from Dixie State University. While going to school, she worked as a nurse on the cardiac care unit as well as the Intensive Care Unit. Kelsie then received her Doctorate of Nursing Practice degree from Rocky Mountain University and started working in general outpatient Neurology. Kelsie treats patients with migraines and other headache disorders, Parkinson’s disease, dementias, Multiple Sclerosis and other neurological conditions.
In her spare time, she is a mother to my 10 year old daughter and has a dog named Kona. Kelsie enjoys all types of working out including cycling, running, triathlons and weight lifting. Kelsie loves to travel and prefers places with sunshine and a beach. There is a good chance you will find some kind of chocolate and peanut butter snack hidden in her desk, just in case.