Kyle D. McIntyre, PT, DPT


Kyle, a Philadelphia-area native, graduated from Arcadia University with a B.A. in Biology in 2009 and a Doctor of Physical Therapy in January 2012. He has been working in an outpatient setting since April 2012, treating clients with orthopedic and sports-related injuries. Since graduating, Kyle has completed over 300 hours of continuing education in various areas, including: Functional Manual Therapy, Trigger Point Dry Needling, Neuroscience Pain Education, Nervous System Mobilization, Spinal Mobilization and Manipulation and Movement System Syndromes.

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 older adults with chronic conditions. He also uses Trigger Point Dry Needling as an adjunctive to treating clients with musculoskeletal dysfunction.

Kyle also has an interest in research. In February 2012, at the APTA’s Combined Sections Meeting in Chicago, he presented his graduate-level research on sit-to- stand strategies in elders with Parkinson Disease. During his free time, Kyle enjoys spending time with his dog and cat, Coach and Fivvers. He also enjoys water skiing and is learning how to sail. Kyle played ice and roller hockey as a youth and lacrosse in high school and college at the club level.