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Kyle McComb BKin

Kyle completed his Bachelor of Kinesiology degree at the University of British Columbia. During his time at UBC, he played on the varsity baseball team, instructed baseball lessons, and worked as a support worker with Canucks Autism Network. More recently, he was an intern strength & conditioning coach with UBC Athletics and an assistant coach with the UBC Thunder high school baseball team.

Through experiencing his own injuries and helping individuals work through their own, Kyle has developed a strong interest in pain management and rehabilitation. Furthermore, learning about chronic pain and the biopsychosocial model in his last year of school, paired with his desire to encourage sustainable health and well-being practices, has led him to pursue his current role as a Kinesiologist.

Kyle is excited to join CHANGEpain’s highly integrated team, that values a holistic and compassionate approach to health care, while promoting evidence-based strategies and education.

In his spare time, Kyle enjoys an active lifestyle that involves playing sports, running, hiking, and camping.

 
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