Kyle Gadapee, PT, DPT
Kyle completed his Doctorate of Physical Therapy with honors at the University of Vermont in 2020. He has additional experience as a certified personal trainer working with a diverse set of clients ranging from complete exercise novices to seasoned athletes. In 2020, Kyle was named as an adjunct faculty member in the Department of Exercise Science at his alma mater, Northern Vermont University – Lyndon.
Kyle fell in love with exercise at 17 when he lost 50 pounds during his first semester of college. This led to his study of exercise science and, later, Physical Therapy. He holds special interest in working with athletes who face nutrition challenges due to the aesthetic demand of their sport (i.e. gymnastics, figure skating, dancing etc.). As a runner himself, Kyle has special interest in treating others who are looking to get faster, stronger, and enhance their overall performance. He enjoys using manual therapy techniques including cupping, IASTM, and joint mobilizations to decrease musculoskeletal pain.
Kyle currently treats patients in the Lebanon, NH clinic. When not in the clinic, Kyle enjoys anything involving laughter, breakfast food, music, and mountains. You can often find him running, hiking, skiing, and enjoying the great Upper Valley outdoors.