Dr. Kyle’s chiropractic journey started at the age of 8 when his mother was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis.
Upon her diagnosis she was given the option to use conventional medicine with a prognosis of only 10 years before she would likely be wheelchair bound and crippled by her disease. This obviously was not an acceptable future for her or her family and the decision was made that the family as a whole would start living a holistic lifestyle with an emphasis on chiropractic, diet, and exercise. Dr. Kyle contributes this lifestyle change to be the sole reason that now even 20 year later his mother is far from wheelchair bound living an extremely active lifestyle.
This deep and personal experience with health and healing lead Dr. Kyle at a young age to know he wanted to become a chiropractor. Prompting him to attend the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, where he received his Bachelors of Science degree with an emphasis in Cell Physiology and a minor in chemistry.
Following his graduation from UW- Whitewater Dr. Kyle attended Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport Iowa, the birthplace of chiropractic. Understanding that education doesn’t end when you leave the classroom Dr. Kyle found himself interning at the Troxell Intern Program dedicating hundreds of hours outside of the classroom to the philosophy, science, and art of Chiropractic throughout school.
Upon graduating from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 2013 Dr. Kyle moved to Boise, ID and Elko, NV where he cared for thousands of patients over the last 5 years before moving to Vancouver and opening Life Force Chiropractic.
Dr. Kyle is excited to be making his home in the Greater Vancouver Community and providing the same hope, health, and healing his family has experienced over the past 20 years.