KYLE ANDERSON, PT, MSPT, OCS

  • Phone: 401.777.7000 – Option 3
  • Office Location(s): Providence |
  • Regional Director Of Rehabilitation
  • Areas of Interest:Post operative rehabilitation and sports medicine

Kyle serves as the Regional Director Of Rehabilitation for Ortho Rhode Island. 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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August 17, 2022 / Healthcare Surgery / Kyle Anderson

Ambulatory Surgery Centers – Is it right for me?

Outpatient surgical procedures, surgical cases not requiring post-operative hospitalization, have grown tremendously across the United States with continued growth on the horizon. The 129 million outpatient procedures performed in 2018 is projected to grow to.....

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December 2, 2021 / Sports / Kyle Anderson

Imagery in Sports Performance

Sport Imagery is the mental rehearsal or visualization to improve athletic performance. Performing imagery can be done in a variety of ways based on what is most effective for the athlete. The two most common methods to use imagery are an internal and external perspective. An....

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February 3, 2021 / Interesting Physical Therapy / Kyle Anderson

Ortho RI Physical Therapy Celebrates American Physical Therapy Association’s 100th Birthday

As we put the tumultuous year of 2020 behind us, we embrace the year 2021, and with it 100 years of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA).  Founded as the “American Women’s Physical Therapeutic Association,” this group tirelessly supported those returning from World War I. “Reconstruction Aides” as they were then referred to, focused on restoring the physical abilities of those returning from the war. Over the last century, Physical Therapists could be found supporting the troops of every armed conflict including WWII, the Korean War and Vietnam. To drive APTA.....

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