Kyle is a graduate of Lindenwood University where he completed his undergraduate degree in Exercise Science. After graduating, Kyle pursued further education taking him to Western University where he completed his Master’s degree in Physical Therapy. Since graduating Kyle has worked in private practice clinics in London and has returned to the Georgian Bay area to work where he grew up. Kyle has been a part of the Huronia Physiotherapy and Chiropractic Clinic since 2017. After graduation Kyle completed an intensive Sports Physiotherapy Fellowship at Fowler Kennedy Sport Medicine Clinic where he worked part-time in the clinic and full-time with the London Knights Hockey Team (OHL). As part of the fellowship, he helped the London Knights capture the 2016 Memorial Cup with current NHLer’s Mitchell Marner, Mathew Tkachuk, Christian Dvorak, Robert Thomas and Evan Bouchard.
Kyle is an active based therapist helping patients safely and effectively move. Kyle establishes individualized treatment plans with a combination of manual therapy, therapeutic modalities, therapeutic exercise, and education. Kyle draws from his experience as a former collegiate athlete in the NCAA and CUFLA playing lacrosse at his respective universities. Kyle has completed courses in Dry Needling, GLA:D (arthritis), BoneFit (Osteoporosis), Acupuncture and is currently in the midst of moving through the Canadian Manipulative Therapy levels system for manual therapy.
Outside of the workplace Kyle enjoys playing hockey, golfing, hiking, biking, and anything he can do with his wife Carly, son Tanner and dog Tucker.