Nov 15, 2018
Kyle Coffey, Program Director of the U Mass Lowell Exercise Physiology Program, comes onto HET Podcast to talk about a new undergraduate degree pathway that he helped create at U Mass Lowell focusing on population health. Kyle talks about the degree path and structure of exercise physiologists, how this program got implemented at the university, his perspective being involved with the university, and much more.
Kyle's Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/kyle.f.coffey
Kyle's Twitter Page: https://twitter.com/MotusPTNH
Kyle's Instagram Page: https://www.instagram.com/motuspt/
UMass Lowell Bachelor in Science in Exercise Science Webpage: https://www.uml.edu/health-sciences/pt/exercise-science/undergraduate.aspx
Modern Strength Training Courses: https://modernstrengthtraining.com/course-calendar
Motus Physical Therapy and Performance Website: http://www.motusptperformance.com/?fbclid=IwAR2qn66mLQXV5StVFV5taJbIOdQNfOw2yeW7vIOT9U1b5o68F_RmD4xTZQs
Motus Physical Therapy and Performance Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/MotusPTPerformance/
The PT Hustle Website: https://www.thepthustle.com/
Schedule an Appointment with Kyle Rice: www.passtheptboards.com
Kyle Coffey PT, DPT, Cert MST, Cert-APHPT is a physical therapist, exercise physiologist, faculty member, and clinical educator who is passionate about educating patients and clinicians about physical therapy, movement, health, fitness, and wellness.
Aside from traditional manual therapy and strength training, he offers blood flow restriction (BFR) therapy and is a clinical leader and educator on this treatment, having created a continuing education and certification course for clinicians called Modern Strength Training
He owns Motus Physical Therapy and Performance is an out-of-network provider, cash-based practice in Amherst, NH which primarily treats people with orthopedic conditions using orthopedic rehab, Blood flow restrictive training and telehealth
He is a full-time Lecturer and Exercise Physiology Program Director at his alma mater, the University of Massachusetts Lowell. His research interests include blood flow restriction (BFR) therapy, pain science, health promotion and disease prevention strategies, population health, and how physical activity impacts memory, cognition, and academic achievement.