Tim Reynolds is a staff physical therapist at Cayuga Wellness Center located in Ithaca, NY, as well as founder and CEO of KettleShell. His passion for learning and personal growth has allowed him to help numerous patients suffering from orthopedic injuries, with a specific interest in treating individuals with neck and back pain.
Tim, an Orthopedic Certified Specialist (OCS) trained through Cayuga Medical Center’s Orthopedic Physical Therapy Residency Program, is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association. He graduated from Ithaca College’s Doctor of Physical Therapy program in 2014, and during his undergraduate career, received the Sidney D. Rodenberg Memorial Scholarship Award from the Alpha Eta Honor Society; an award given annually to the top Allied Health student in the United States. Upon completion of his DPT, Reynolds enrolled in Cayuga Medical Center’s Orthopedic Physical Therapy Residency Program to receive higher education in the field of orthopedics. While in Ithaca, Tim had the opportunity to teach in Ithaca College’s Exercise Science Department where he was able to share his vast knowledge in human anatomy and physiology students in the Health Science and Human Performance School.
In addition to his background in physical therapy, Tim also enjoys partaking in entrepreneurial opportunities. While at Ithaca College, Tim developed the product KettleShell, an adapter for dumbbells which allows individuals to utilize their dumbbells in a kettlebell-like fashion. Through extensive research and development, Reynolds was able to successfully launch the company during his final year of his doctoral degree, and continues to look at expanding the company. His passion for developing ideas has also led him to pursue other ventures including a product aimed at helping football players in the current concussion epidemic.
Through this website, Tim hopes to provide readers with his personal experiences in orthopedic physical therapy to enhance the quality of care of patients everywhere.
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