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Kyle graduated from the University of British Columbia with a Bachelor of Kinesiology degree. During his undergrad, Kyle played short stop and was team captain on the varsity baseball team at UBC. In his last year of school, he volunteered as an assistant strength & conditioning coach for UBC athletics and coached a high school baseball team.
More recently, Kyle has worked as a kinesiologist providing active rehab and pain education to individuals living with chronic pain at Change Pain clinic. He is currently a practicing member of the BC Association of Kinesiologists and a Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength & Conditioning Association.
Kyle is passionate about optimizing health and well-being through movement, nutrition, sleep, and social connectedness. He enjoys collaborating with his patients and members of the health care team to develop individualized plans, and to empower his clients to return to function while making meaningful changes in their life. Kyle is looking forward to utilizing his experience working with individuals in chronic pain and rehabbing athletic injuries, as he continues his kinesiologist career with Lifemark.
In his free time, Kyle enjoys playing sports, jogging, hiking, camping, and spending time with friends and family. He also has a keen interest in working with children with autism through the Canucks Autism Network.