Kyle graduated from Arcadia University with a B.A. in Biology in 2009 and received his Doctorate in Physical Therapy in January 2012. He has been working in an outpatient setting since, treating clients with orthopedic and sports-related injuries. Since graduating, Kyle has completed over 500 hours of continuing education in various areas, including: Functional Manual Therapy, Neuroscience Pain Education, Nervous System Mobilization, Spinal Mobilization and Manipulation and Movement System Syndromes. He also has completed over 250 postdoctoral clinical mentorship hours as an Orthopedic Resident through the Functional Manual Therapy Foundation. In 2016, Kyle received his certification as a Functional Manual Therapist, with distinction.
Kyle uses an integrated functional manual therapy approach, which incorporates neurodynamic and movement system assessment to treat clients with orthopedic and sports-related injuries. He has treated a wide spectrum of clients ranging from high school and college athletes with acute injuries through adults with chronic conditions, all working towards improving function and quality of life.