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Kyle Whaley

17 Years
Experience

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Biography

Kyle Whaley has a reputation for achieving great results for clients with complex injuries caused by motor vehicle accidents, workplace accidents, and sports injuries. He has a special knack for simplifying an assessment and attaining a diagnosis for clients who have exhausted all other avenues and almost lost hope. His passion for helping people move forward with their recovery inspired Kyle to launch Propel Physiotherapy, in January 2016. His vision is to build the Greater Toronto Area’s leading treatment centre for catastrophic neurological injuries and complex orthopedic injuries. Kyle and his colleagues use a holistic approach that emphasizes client-centered treatment, research, education, community engagement. The Propel team is passionate about the promotion of healthy living through physical activity and mindfulness. This approach helps clients see the big picture while maintaining a focus on day-to-day tasks and therapy. It is partly informed by Kyle’s background in teaching. Kyle is a clinical facilitator for the Physical Therapy Program at the University of Toronto (business and neuroscience sections) and the Ontario Internationally Educated Physical Therapy Bridging Program at the University of Toronto.

Why should patients choose you as their provider instead of others in the area?

"I have 14 years experience in a wide variety of settings that compliment my current practice. I have worked with sports/parasports injuries, neurological injuries and have advanced training in the treatment of them using normal movement, manual therapy, vestibular rehabilitation therapy and acupuncture."

What are the top 3 treatments that you focus on?

"I have a special interest in a number of areas but my main focus has been in neurological Injuries - brain injury, spinal cord injury, stroke. I also have a certificate in vestibular rehabilitation from Emory University and treat post concussion and dizziness due to a number of reasons - BPPV, meniere's, labrynthitis."

What are you proud of in your practice?

"I have helped build a great team at Propel Physiotherapy and we have developed a great repertoire of programs. We have manual therapists, neurological therapists, massage therapists, kinesiologists and exercise physiologists providing a wide variety of care. This includes: manual therapy, acupuncture, vestibular rehabilitation, orthotics, bracing, yoga and mindfulness. We also provide our services in the community.

Which cases do you enjoy treating? Why?

I enjoy treating complex orthopaedic, chronic pain and complicated neurological conditions.

Offered Services 8 Services

Active Release Technique Acupuncture Arthritis and Osteoporosis Car Accident Injuries Follow Up Visit Initial Visit Sports Injuries Therapeutic Exercise

Active Release Technique Acupuncture Arthritis and Osteoporosis Car Accident Injuries Follow Up Visit Initial Visit Sports Injuries Therapeutic Exercise

Languages Spoken

English