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Lead Physical Therapy Aide
Kyle was born and raised in Hercules, California. In 2021, he graduated with his Bachelor’s Degree from California State University, Long Beach in Kinesiology with an option Exercise Science and a minor in Spanish. Currently, Kyle is studying and finishing up his necessary coursework to attend PT school.
In middle and high school Kyle played competitive soccer and basketball. It was ultimately a knee injury requiring surgery that caused him to miss lots of time in sports and spend lots of time in physical therapy clinics. It was through this experience that he was introduced to physical therapy, and how he became passionate about helping others through rehabilitation, training, and personal fitness.
Kyle participates in the BOSS mentorship program where he speaks to and mentors middle school and high school athletes. Through this program Kyle encourages kids to explore career paths beyond professional athletics and pursue academic excellence.
When Kyle has free time from school and work, he enjoys weight lifting and watching sports with friends and family.