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Dr. Kyle D. McIntyre

Manual Physical Therapist

Licensed Physical Therapist (PT)

Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT)

Certified Functional Manual Therapist (CFMT)

Fellow of Functional Manual Therapy (FFMT)

Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapists (FAAOMPT)

His Story

Kyle is the only CFMT and FFMT in the state of New Hampshire. He is 1 of only 3 FFMTs in all of New England. 

Kyle graduated from Arcadia University with a B.A. in Biology (2009) and a Doctorate of Physical Therapy (2012).  Since graduating, Kyle has completed extensive continuing education in: Functional Manual Therapy, Integrated Systems Model, Visceral Manipulation, Neural Manipulation, Movement Restoration, Neuroscience Pain Education, Nervous System Mobilization, Spinal Mobilization and Manipulation, and Movement System Syndromes.

In 2016, he completed an Orthopedic Residency through the Functional Manual Therapy Foundation.  In the same year, Kyle also completed his Functional Manual Therapy Certification (CFMT), through the Institute of Physical Art (IPA), with the highest level of distinction and at the top of his class.  Following his certification, he joined the IPA as a faculty member.  He was an instructor for the IPA's Dynamic Foot and Ankle, and Functional Gait courses from 2016 to 2019.  In 2019, Kyle completed a rigorous Fellowship program through the Functional Manual Therapy Foundation, in which he relocated to Colorado for over a year.  Kyle is a Fellow of Functional Manual Therapy (FFMT), in which there are less than 40 people worldwide with this designation.  In 2020, Kyle became recognized as a Fellow by the American Academy of Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapists (FAAOMPT), by graduating from one of only 35 nationally accredited Fellowship programs.

Kyle has experience treating people from all backgrounds and for all different reasons.  He not only has a great amount of experience treating chronic and systemic issues, but also treating acute injuries.  Kyle has worked with clients from teenagers to people in their late 90s.  In addition, he has worked with high school, collegiate and olympic athletes.  He has worked with olympians from the US, Canada and Ireland, including one gold medalist.

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