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Kyle Stewart


Clinic Director | Doctor of Physical Therapy


Kyle attended the University of Washington where he earned his B.A. in Philosophy in 2006 during which he gained an interest in healthcare and sports injury rehabilitation. He then attended the University of Montana School of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science to earn his Doctorate in Physical Therapy (DPT) graduating in 2010.

Kyle moved back to Seattle to work in a large-scale diverse hospital based orthopedic clinic as well as providing occasional inpatient care. After spending five years in the hospital system, he went for more sun on the eastern side of Washington state and has been with Therapeutic Associates since 2015. His areas of interest/proficiency include vestibular and balance disorders, use of the SFMA system, post-surgical orthopedics, geriatrics, functional application of Kinesiotape and corrective taping, joint adjustment, and neurologic movement disorders.

Kyle is a SFMA Level I Certified provider as well as an APTA Level I Credentialed Clinical Instructor. He also serves as a Delegate and Treasurer for APTA Washington and serves his local Tri Cities District as Chair. He lives in Pasco with his wife and daughters where he enjoys activities of hanging out with his family, running, cycling, swimming, and Frisbee golf.


University of Montana, Doctor of Physical Therapy

Recent Blog Posts

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Some people just simply wake up dizzy one morning – the room is spinning and then, eventually, it settles down and feels normal again. But, if the feeling as if the room is spinning comes back every time you move your head in a certain way or you move your head quickly, you may have something called vertigo.
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