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Meet Kyle

Licensed Physical Therapist + Strength and Conditioning Specialist

Kyle has been working as a Physical Therapist since graduating in 2019 with experience treating patients virtually via telehealth. He incorporates the knowledge he has gained into his treatment programs not only from the doctorate of physical therapy program he graduated from, but also his continuing education encompassing multiple domains of health. Most recently he earned a certification in strength and conditioning recognized by the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) in order to bolster his knowledge of higher level performance.

 

In 2022 he realized that his greatest passion is working closely with others to become the best version of themselves as he spent the first years of the pandemic reflecting on what that really looks like for himself. Cross Health Wellness is his way of providing this service outside of the clinical healthcare model as a wellness coach in addition to a physical therapist to help individuals find a way to prioritize their health for the years to come. 

Kyle is based in Falmouth, Massachusetts and also offers in-home physical therapy services for patients that don't have the means to travel for his services. He also is well versed in providing online services as he spent his first year of the pandemic providing virtual therapy for the majority of his patients. 

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The Healthy Living Mindset

What makes Cross Health Wellness unique and effective is Kyle’s multi-faceted approach to helping his clients achieve their goals across the major domains of health: not only physical, but also intellectual, social, spiritual, and emotional. Most of us have an idea of what a healthy lifestyle may look like, but how do we actually implement these components into our daily routine? Why do so many people still feel unwell despite having the desire and knowledge to improve their wellness?

 

Kyle recognizes the struggle to maintain one's health during the various stages of life we go through. Whether a student is acclimating to college life, a new grad is adapting to full time work, new parents are attempting to balance life with kids, or an older adult is recovering from a surgery, Kyle offers valuable insight on how to achieve their health goals. At the end of the day, it comes down to consistency. Avoiding injury, boredom, and burnout are key to ensure we all reach our personalized health goals. Nobody is perfect, and Kyle recognizes the value of striving towards betterment versus perfection as we combat the roadblocks in life that prevent us from realizing our best selves.

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