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KYLE HALAVIK, DPT

  • Phone: 401.777.7000 – Option 3
  • Office Location(s): Wakefield |
  • Areas of Interest: Sports rehabilitation, post-operative care, pain neuromatrix, musculoskeletal injuries with special interests in shoulder and knee dysfunctions

Kyle received his doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2013 and his bachelor’s of science in Kinesiology in 2009, both from URI. Kyle joined our practice in June 2013.  Kyle is an avid surfer and has traveled all over the world to surf some of his favorite spots. Kyle is Level I certified in Dry Needling.

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April 21, 2021 / Sports / Kyle Halavik

Surfing USA!

Spring is finally here in Rhode Island! What’s better? Summer. And it is just around the corner. With summer comes the beach and finally the summer Olympics in Tokyo! This year they are planning to have surfing in the summer games for the first time in history, which is sort of cool. It legitimizes a sport to be in the Olympics. It is no longer just for outcasts and hippies. Surfing has gone global. So it had me thinking about all the injuries that surfers from all around the world have had to go through to get to the games.

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December 12, 2019 / Interesting / Kyle Halavik

Gifts??

With the winter holidays fast approaching and time running out to get the perfect gift, why not treat your special someone to a gift that can really help them start the New Year off right. We compiled a list of holiday gifts with health and wellness in mind..............Regardless of what gifts you choose for the holidays everyone here at Orthopedics Rhode Island hopes you have the most amazing, safe, and fun filled holidays!!

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February 6, 2019 / Healthcare Interesting Stress / Kyle Halavik

The Benefits of Vacation

Working in health care is great and rewarding, but can also come with some downsides. Working in general is great and rewarding, but it is still work. I think that is why some people refer to 'Work' as a four letter word. That being said, some wonderful human decided that we should get time off to relax, rewind, and reset. Well, that is what a vacation is supposed to do. Americans are

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