Kyle is a graduate of University of the Sciences in Philadelphia where he participated in an accelerated physical therapy program. During his time at Usciences, Kyle received his Bachelor of Science in Health Science in 2013, followed by his Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2015. Kyle's athletic history of playing high school baseball, soccer, ice hockey, and swimming led him to have a strong interest in treating musculoskeletal conditions. During his clinical affiliations, Kyle received extensive training utilizing Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy (MDT), also known as the McKenzie approach. MDT is a systematic assessment process for treatment of a wide variety of spine, and extremity disorders. Kyle obtained his certification in MDT in May of 2017. Prior to moving to Strive's Hamilton office, Kyle practiced in the New Hanover location for 2 years. He also participated in Strive's Orthopedic Mentorship Program in 2016. The mentorship program educated practitioners on the most current, evidence based research in the field of physical therapy, which results in the best possible care being provided to patients. Kyle is currently advancing his specialties to include treatment of Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) disorders, as well as vestibular/concussion disorders.
Kayla graduated from Penn State University in 2013 with a B.S. in Kinesiology. While at Penn State Kayla was a member of the Women’s Club Gymnastics team and Women’s team captain. She has been competitive with gymnastics, snowboarding, and track and field. Her multiple sports related injuries sparked her interest in the physical therapy profession.
Kayla continued her education at Drexel University where she earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy in April 2016. She was the DPT class president and won the Drexel Service & Leadership award upon graduation. Her research while at Drexel focused on movement abnormalities in dancers and creating a functional screening tool appropriate for dancers. Kayla also went on a mission trip to Guatemala where Drexel provided physical therapy to underserved populations with Hearts in Motion. This sparked her interest in learning Spanish and she hopes to return to Guatemala as an alumni PT with Drexel.
Kayla completed her 4th and final clinical rotation at Strive in Cherry Hill and has been a proud member of the team ever since. Currently, Kayla is an active member in the American Physical Therapy Association with their political actions committee. She is passionate about treating orthopedic conditions, especially athletes. She has interest in TMJ disorders and concussion treatment. In the future Kayla plans to expand her physical therapy expertise by earning her McKenzie certification and becoming a Certified Vestibular Therapist.
Jordan graduated from West Chester University in 2015 with a degree in Exercise Science. After working professionally for 2 years as a physical therapy aide at an outpatient facility, she pursued a degree in Associates of Science as a Physical Therapist Assistant at Harcum College in Bryn Mawr, PA. While at Harcum, Jordan had the opportunity to gain experience in two Outpatient Orthopedic settings and one with a high-level Rehab Hospital. Jordan was in the PTA club and won the Physical Therapist Assistant Award for maintaining the highest GPA upon graduation. Jordan's focus is patient first; providing motivation and instruction to help patients attain their goals. She is looking forward to continue her education and grow as a clinician. In her spare time, Jordan enjoys working out and spending time with friends and family.
Ryan Scholey, PT, DPT
Ryan is a graduate of The University of the Sciences in Philadelphia where he was enrolled in the university’s accelerated physical therapy program. During his time at Usciences, Ryan received his Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences in 2018, followed by his Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2020. Ryan was also a catcher for The University of the Sciences baseball team during his four years on campus. During his four clinical rotations, Ryan was mainly in the outpatient setting, where he treated a variety of patients with orthopedic injuries and neurological disorders. His 4th and final clinical rotation was with Strive at the Hamilton location.
Currently, Ryan enjoys treating patients to help them return to a safe, healthy, and active lifestyle. Outside of work he enjoys spending his time with his friends and family, exercising, golfing, and rooting for his Philadelphia sports teams.
In the future, Ryan plans to expand his physical therapy expertise by earning his McKenzie Method certification, expanding his knowledge on various orthopedic injuries and neurologic disorders.