Our goal is to provide you with the highest quality care possible.
The care includes a thorough examination and interventions (treatment) so that you can achieve your goals whether it is to improve your function (ability to sit, stand, sleep, walk, work, run or perform sports), abolish your pain, prevent future problems (e.g. increasing a scoliosis curve) and/or improve your breathing. This high quality of care is provided one on one by a licensed Physical Therapist with over 25 years of experience.
Quality time & attention:
Kyndy Boyle PT, PhD, OCS, PRC provides one on one, usually 60 minute appointments.
You will not feel like you are being treated in a factory and you will not be treated by
lesser qualified individuals.
Kyndy will teach you how to reach your goals without being dependent on repeated passive treatments.
Experience and Qualifications:
Kyndy has 25 years of experience, is board certified by the American Physical Therapy Association as an Orthopedic Clinical Specialist (OCS) and is also certified in Postural Restoration (PRC).
Kyndall “Kyndy” Boyle, PT, PhD, OCS, PRC
Kyndy has practiced physical therapy (PT) for over 25 years in a variety of settings including university hospitals, sports medicine centers, outpatient satellite clinics, and home health. She has served as a faculty member in Doctorate of Physical Therapy programs for 14 years. Kyndy has earned three degrees in Physical Therapy (PT). A BS in PT from the University of New Mexico in 1989, a MS from the UNC at Chapel Hill in 1996 and a PhD from Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, FL in 2006. Kyndy is currently Board Certified in Orthopedics and earned her designation as an Orthopedic Clinical Specialist (OCS) in 1999. She began her study of Postural Restoration concepts in 1997 and earned certification (PRC) in December 2008. Kyndy is the author of several peer reviewed articles listed below.
PEER-REVIEWED AUTHORKyndy has over 10 publications relating to Orthopedic Physical Therapy:
Robey J, Boyle K. The Role of Prism Glass, Postural Restoration Exercises and Orthotics in the Management of a Collegiate Baseball Player with Bilateral Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction. Int J Sports Phys Ther, 8(5):716-728, October, 2013.
Boyle K, Clinical Application of the Right Sidelying Respiratory Left Adductor Pull Back Exercise, Int J Sports Phys Ther, June, 2013, 8(3):349-358. Read article.
Tenney HR, Boyle K, DeBord A, Gross M. Influence of Hamstring and Abdominal Muscle Activation on a Positive Ober’s Test in Subjects with Lumbar-pelvic Pain. Physiother Can, 2013; 65(1);4-11.
Boyle KL. Conservative management for patients with sacroiliac joint dysfunction. In: Norasteh AA, ed. Low back pain. Rijeka, Croatia: Intech; 2012:293-33. Read article.
Boyle K. Management of a Female with Left Low Back Pain and Sacroiliac Joint Pain with Therapeutic Exercise: A Case Report. Physiother Can. April, 2011, 63(2):154-163. Read article.
Boyle K, Olinick J. Lewis C. The Value of Blowing Up a Balloon, North Am J Sports Phys Ther, September, 2010, 5(3):179-188. Read article.
Robey JH, Boyle K. Bilateral Functional Thoracic Outlet Syndrome in a collegiate Football Player: A Case Report. North Am J Sports Phys Ther. November 2009;4(4):170-181. Read article.
Boyle K., Demske J. Management of a Female with Low Back Pain and Right Leg Pain-Sciatica: A Case Study. Physiother Theory and Prac. 2009;25(1):44-54.
Boyle K. Ethnography of the Postural Restoration Subculture: a Posture Based Approach to Patient/Client Management. [Dissertation]. Fort Lauderdale, FL: Nova Southeastern University; 2006.
Boyle K., Witt P., Riegger-Krugh C., Inter and Intra-rater Reliability of Beighton and Horan’s Joint Mobility Index, Journal of Athletic Training. June 2003;38(4):281-285. Read article.
Boyle K., Jansa S., Lauseng C., Lewis C., Management of a Woman Diagnosed with Trochanteric Bursitis with the Use of a Protonics® Neuromuscular System, Journal on the Section of Women’s Health, April 2003: 27(1):12-17.