Natalie Allen grew up in Pottstown, Pennsylvania, with her parents and three brothers. She played field hockey and had her first job at JoAnn Fabrics (which she loved and is still crafting as much as possible). She went on to college at the University of Pittsburgh, earning a degree in neuroscience with a minor in Portuguese. She studied Portuguese after two mission trips to Brazil, trying to learn more about the place and people she loved.
After shadowing a lot of medical specialists through college, she had the opportunity for an internship at a podiatry school. This was where she decided that podiatry would be the best decision for a career helping people stay active and healthy. She attended and graduated with honors from Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine, then completed a 3-year residency in foot and ankle surgery in Lake Worth, Florida. After completing her residency, she joined Dr. Keller in practice in Roanoke, Virginia. It didn’t take long for Roanoke to become home.
She is dedicated to providing excellent care for her patients through a thorough examination and up-to-date treatments for the best possible recovery from any foot or ankle ailments. She and her husband attend First Baptist Church in Roanoke and have enjoyed serving the community where they live (with their four dogs). She loves to be outdoors, especially hiking and traveling to new places.