Your Physical Therapist


Kyle provides individualized care. Through this process, he finds the underlying source of each patient’s symptoms and empowers them to be active in their treatment. His goal is to prevent injuries and chronic pain with his treatments, while educating patients on preventative care.

Kyle earned both his Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science and Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Marquette University in 2008. Kyle has a background in sports medicine, post-surgical rehabilitation and return to sport training, specifically runners. He has also found an interest in treating chronic low back pain, headaches, migraines, post-partum pain, fibromyalgia and myofascial pain. He has dedicated over 5,500 hours towards advanced continuing education to improve his Manual Therapy skills to provide the most effective treatment for his patients.

Certified Manual Physical Therapist (CMPT) and Certified Orthopedic Manipulative Therapist (COMT) through the North American Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy (NAIOMT) from 2010-2012.

Certified Manual Trigger Point Therapist (CMTPT) through Myopain Seminars in 2013 and achieved Fellowship status through the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy (AAOMPT) in 2014.

Kyle is a resident of Elm Grove and enjoys spending time with his wife, five children and his dog Arthur. He has been involved with athletics his entire life and was a scholarship athlete playing Division I soccer for Marquette. He enjoys staying active with his friends and family running, playing tennis, golf and other recreational sports.



Physical Therapist, Kyle Weber founded Weber Physical Therapy to use his extensive education and training to better serve his patients.

Initial Concept

Kyle began with consulting services to other Physical Therapists who desire to learn more advanced techniques and further their careers. For these colleges, Kyle would write and teach continuing education programs for small groups. This environment is a more intimate learning style and emphasizes the use of Manual Therapy in treating patients.

Fall 2015

Kyle opened his own clinic in Elm Grove, a career aspiration achieved. The main focus of the clinic is to make each patient's experience better than any other medical care they have received. One of the ways to emphasize this is by providing honest, direct, one-on-one care. Weber Physical Therapy does not employ any ancillary staff to assist in providing patient treatment and will gladly refer to any other specialist that can better provide care. Every new patient will have a thorough examination of not only their areas of concern, but all of the possible contributing factors to make sure they are addressed throughout their treatment. Due to Kyle’s background, he will employ an individualized treatment plan based off of his patient’s goals and using the most advanced and appropriate techniques available.

Treatments Provided

Trigger Point Dry Needling

Spinal Manipulation

Joint Manipulation

Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobility

Post-Operative Care

Headache Relief

Low Back Pain Relief

Chronic Pain Relief

Pre/Post-Natal Care

Balance Problems

Vestibular Rehabiliation

Work Injuries

Auto Accidents

Gait Analysis

Injury Prevention


“I was recommended to Kyle (now in WI) from a leading orthopedic doctor I was seeing and PT in Chicago, and after seeing him for a few weeks, I was headache free for the first time in 5 years and pain is no longer a dictator on my life. I can’t stress how huge that is for me. He has training in a variety of methods and works closely with you to create a custom treatment based on your particular case and needs. He continues to do research to provide you with new options to help (even weekly), and tweaks and adds to your treatment to ensure you continue to make progress and address anything new that may surface. His focus is on figuring out the problem and solving it, not treating you forever.

I've already recommended him to anyone who talks to me about pain of any kind. I think his style, training and own experiences with pain would make him great at any issue. I don't normally write reviews, but for me, I know I wished I had been able to find someone like him years ago - I certainly did a ton of research - so I wanted to help anyone else out there in my situation. Good luck!"

-Kim T.

“I was referred to Kyle from a therapist in Chicago. I saw Kyle a few weeks after my foot surgery and he was able to help me start my rehabilitation process. I was very happy after seeing him in December and his work allowed me to run and exercise sooner than I had planned.

Once school was over, I went back to see Kyle for a different pain in my same foot. I decided to see Kyle because he works one on one with you and is very experienced. He takes the time to understand your history and the injury in order to help you be pain free and fully recover. What I like most is that he is able to show you the comparisons of your body. For example, my right ankle did not have as much mobility, and I was able to notice this when Kyle compared the motion of my right angle to my left ankle. Being able to have a therapist explain why one experiences a certain pain or why a body part does not function the way it should, is very important to a patient. For someone who is constantly active, Kyle describes how parts of the body work and concentrates on weak areas that one should focus on to prevent further injury. He strives to find a solution to your problem, not just mask your pain. Learning the anatomy and how parts of your body work together allows me to have the ability to treat my own aches and prevent future injury or pain. After a few weeks of physical therapy, my foot pain is gone and I am back to my normal, everyday activity.

Kyle is a very caring, personable and knowledgeable physical therapist who I would highly recommend to anyone seeking quality treatment."

-Mariah V.

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