Kenny worked for Longevity as a Physical Therapy Aide from 2013-2015, and now comes to us as a Doctor of Physical Therapy. Kenny’s goal is to improve people’s ability to participate in the activities they love. He hopes to promote a healthy and active lifestyle centered around movement and exercise. Kenny is very active in fitness and recreation himself, participating in activities including soccer, golf, basketball, guitar, drums and skateboarding.
As a recent graduate, Kenny has learned the most recent treatment strategies and techniques that are well-supported by research and evidence. He stays up-to-date on current research and combines evidence-based practice with his developing clinical experiences. Through his clinical rotations while in school, he gained experience working with spinal cord injured patients, stroke patients and amputees. He values his experience working with a variety of patients. One of the driving factors that brought him back to Longevity as a physical therapist is his desire to apply treatment methods based on AFS (Applied Function Science). This allows him to cater treatment plans based on an individual’s experience and needs through this AFS approach.
Kenny takes pride in being an active listener and communicator with patients during their treatment. His goal is to make sure his patients constantly know and understand what the treatment is and why they are doing it. He hopes this will empower the patient and keep them motivated.