Kylie Padget is from the small farm town of Grass Valley, OR. She grew up working on her family’s wheat ranch, participating in 4H, and enjoying volleyball, basketball, water sports, and snow skiing.
Kylie graduated from Washington State University on the President’s Honor Roll with a BS in Kinesiology. She went on to complete her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree at University of St. Augustine in San Marcos, CA, where she graduated with honors. Kylie has specialized in outpatient orthopedic and neurological practice. Her treatment philosophy emphasizes functional evaluation and goals, with emphasis on whole-body integration. Kylie has taken advanced manual therapy courses for myofascial release and joint mobilization. She has been noted for her effectiveness utilizing hands-on manual assessment and treatment in conjunction with constructive communication with her patients.
Kylie has taken advantage of opportunities related to PT including membership in Pre-PT Club and Strength and Conditioning Club at WSU, as well as teaching undergrad anatomy courses. She also has experience volunteering at Rock Steady Boxing for athletes with Parkinson’s Disease and PATH hippotherapy riding program for kids with disabilities.
Kylie specializes in pelvic floor rehabilitation for both males and females. She is a trained and certified advocate for survivors of sexual and domestic violence and trauma.