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Lead Physical Therapy Aide
Kenneth has grown up in three different states. He completed elementary school in Virginia, middle school in Louisiana, and high school in San Clemente, California. In 2021, he earned a Bachelor’s of Science in Kinesiology from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo where he also competed on the Division-I Men’s Soccer Team.
During his sophomore year he suffered an ACL tear and had to sit out of soccer for the next year. His entire identity was in soccer and with that taken away from him he decided to do everything possible to get himself back onto the field. It was during this time where he learned how to rehabilitate the body through physical therapy and nutrition. He fell in love with how incredible the human body is and needed to know more. After already completing two years as a sport management major, he immediately switched to kinesiology. He managed to fully recover from his injury and continued to compete for the team.
He is now in Orange County where he is taking the required prerequisites to get into a physical therapy program and still training with the hopes of playing professional soccer. Kenneth enjoys coaching the next generation of soccer players by helping with local camps and teams. His hobbies are grilling/cooking, camping, surfing, and spending time with his loved ones.