Here at The Alpine Clinic we have highly qualified therapists to give you the best possible care during your time with us.
Originally from Northern Maine, Myles graduated from Franklin Pierce University in 2009 with a degree in Biology. He then continued his education receiving his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of New England in 2012. Myles joined the Alpine Clinic team in July 2018. Myles brings experience from many different rehab settings but his passion is in outpatient orthopedics. He looks forward to serve the North Country and getting people to move and feel better.
Jo graduated from SUNY Canton at the top of her class in 2018, successfully completing a career change with a PTA A.A.S. degree after nearly 20 years as a chemical and process engineer. She has additional training in geriatrics and sociological issues of women and ageing. She is an RYT 200, teaches Nordic skiing, and is pursuing her professional ski instructor's certification. She also enjoys cycling, hiking and paddling with her husband and dogs.
Originally from Danville, Vermont, Kyle received his Bachelor's Degree in Exercise Science from Northern Vermont University - Lyndon in 2017. He then pursued his Doctorate in Physical Therapy, graduating in 2020 from the University of Vermont. Kyle's clinical areas of interest include working with athletes experiencing lower back pain, injuries of the elbow such as golfer's or tennis elbow, and caring for those with ankle instability. As the newest member of the Alpine Physical Therapy team, Kyle is looking forward to building genuine connections with his patients and working with them to address outside factors that may contribute to their injuries such as sleep, nutrition, and stress.