KYLE ANDERSON, PT, MSPT, OCS

  • Phone: 401-459-4001
  • Location(s): Ortho Rhode Island - Foundry
  • Director of Physical Therapy
  • Areas of Interest:Post operative rehabilitation and sports medicine

Kyle serves as the Director of Physical Therapy for OrthoRI Foundry Division. He earned his Master’s in Physical Therapy from Springfield College in 2009 and earned the designation of Orthopedic Clinical Specialist (OCS) through the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties in 2013. Kyle specializes in treatments of all orthopedic and sport related rehabilitation, working with people of various physical abilities and athletic levels ranging from high school to professional. His clinical education includes performance of dry needling, spinal manipulation, Advances in Shoulder and ACL Rehabilitation, Advances in Evaluation and Treatment of the Foot and Ankle, Mulligan Concept: Mobilization with Movement of the Upper Quarter, therapeutic taping, and Cincinnati Sports Medicine Sportsmetrics ACL injury prevention.

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November 8, 2018 / Interesting / Kyle Anderson

Thanksgiving Holiday Injuries

Thanksgiving season is here; food, family, friends and football! This holiday of thankfulness can include some unwelcome accidents that may limit your turkey intake. Here are some common turkey day injuries and how to keep safe.

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May 10, 2018 / Physical Therapy Sports / Kyle Anderson

JUST PUT SOME TAPE ON IT!

The use of K tape in the rehabilitation setting is widely accepted as an effective tool to decrease pain, inhibit/facilitate muscles, and provide lymphatic drainage. K taping is frequently seen in all levels of sports including college, professional, and the Olympics. It is extremely versatile in its application and can be used on all parts of the body. K-tape is effective for.....

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March 15, 2017 / Ankle & Foot Exercise / Kyle Anderson

I’m falling asleep on the Elliptical…

The elliptical trainer is a great way to cross train and add variety to pounding away on the treadmill or the spinning bike. But a common question from those elliptical warriors is “Why do I get numbness and tingling in my feet?”

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