Kyle Kusunose PT, DPT, JSCC
Kyle graduated from San Diego State University with his bachelors in Kinesiology in 2010 and earned his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Miami in 2014.
Kyle specializes in the clinical application of Counterstrain and earned his Strain and Counterstrain Certification from The Jones Institute in 2017. In 2012, he took his first Counterstrain course and quickly realized the power of the technique through the successful treatment of his patients symptoms and the alleviation of pain they experienced. Kyle believes in the power of manual therapy and approaches his patients pain by understanding the relevant anatomy, its blood supply, its drainage, and its innervation from the nervous system. Kyle has been in private practice since 2014.
Outside of The Jones Institute, Kyle serves as faculty within the San Diego State University Doctor of Physical Therapy Program teaching the Clinical Anatomy course and dissection lab to first year DPT students. He additionally is adjunct faculty at the University of Miami Doctor of Physical Therapy Program where he teaches an annual 2-day Counterstrain elective to the 3rd year physical therapy students.
Kyle joined The Jones Institute as a Lab Instructor in 2015 and now manages the domestic administration of courses in addition to his teaching responsibilities. In 2020, Kyle developed the teaching curriculum for The Jones Institutes Anatomy Department, a department he is now teaching within and plans to grow.