Kyle Stanley, PT, DPT
I graduated from Oklahoma State University in 2011 in the top 5% of my class with a B.S. degree in Nutritional Science/Allied Health. I went on to receive my Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, graduating in 2014. I am certified in dry needling and I have 6 years of experience working in clinic management, all of which have been in outpatient orthopedics. My expertise lies in clinic operations, team development, budget management, and treatment of sports and non-sports specific orthopedic conditions. Prior to going to college, I raced BMX on the national circuit. The injuries that are sustained from this sport developed my interest in the field of physical therapy and led me to seek out this career. Out of my 8 years as a PT, I have been with The Orthopaedic Center for 6 of them.
Kyle Smith, PT, DPT, OCS
Kyle graduated from Oklahoma State University with a B.S. degree in Athletic Training. He went on to receive his Doctorate degree in Physical Therapy from The University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center. After graduating, Kyle completed a year-long residency with the Upstream Rehabilitation Institute and completed his board certification to become an Orthopedic Clinical Specialist by the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties. Kyle is also certified in dry needling and functional capacity evaluations. Kyle enjoys working with endurance athletes, however, also enjoys getting less active patients back to their daily lives through the use of manual therapy, biomechanical analysis, and prescriptive exercise
Jamie Fox Taylor, PT, DPT
Jamie graduated from the University of Oklahoma with a B.S. degree in Health and Exercise Science, graduating in 2008. Jamie played softball at OU where she was a four-year letterman and received many awards to include Big XII Conference All Big XII Second Team, All Academic First Team, and the Daniel Gibbens Outstanding Scholar-Athlete of the Year in 2006 and 2007. Jamie went on the coach for the Sooners during her 5th year at school. After coaching, Jamie went on to get her Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, graduating in 2012. Jamie has been with The Orthopaedic Center since 2014 and during her time here served on the medical team for the Tulsa Ballet from 2015-2018.
Ryan Doyeto, PT, DPT
Ryan graduated from Oral Roberts University in 2011 with a B.S degree in Health and Exercise Science. While at ORU, Ryan worked as an Athletic Trainer and then went on to become a group fitness instructor and private trainer. Ryan completed his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from The University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center in 2014. During Physical Therapy school, Ryan spent his last clinical placement with the Kansas City Royals. He specializes in working with athletes, active populations, and people looking to live an overall healthier lifestyle. Ryan's treatment approach includes manual therapy, spinal manipulations/mobilizations, soft tissue correction, dry needling, and corrective movement patterns. Ryan is certified in both dry needling and Rocktape soft tissue approaches. When appropriate, Ryan includes an intro into weightlifting or return to running with his rehab protocols.
Kyle Culver, PT, DPT, CSCS
Kyle received his B.S. degree in Accounting from Oklahoma State University in 2015 where he also played football as a running back and linebacker. He went on to get his Doctorate degree in Physical Therapy from The University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, graduating in 2018. He has multiple specialty certifications to include: CSCS (Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist), TPI -1 (Titleist Performance Institute), and is certified in dry needling. Kyle is an avid golfer and is a professional long driver, competing on the professional circuit. Kyle enjoys working with athletes and his expertise in golf makes him the perfect option to work with all golf related injuries. Kyle has extensive knowledge on proper Olympic lifting techniques and is a true expert regarding teaching proper body mechanics. Although Kyle works very well with athletes and has an abundance of knowledge regarding sports performance, he is also very compassionate and can adjust his treatment techniques to serve the older population to promote optimal function with ADLs.
Taylor Smith, PT, DPT
Taylor received his B.S. degree in Health and Exercise Science from The University of Oklahoma in 2018 where he served as the head student athletic trainer for the OU football team. He went on to get his Doctorate degree in Physical Therapy from The University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, graduating in 2021. Taylor is certified in dry needling. His experience working with collegiate athletes, makes him well versed in working with all types of sports injuries. Taylor has spent a lot of time perfecting his own lifting techniques through participating in CrossFit, overall serving him well when educating patients on proper lifting techniques. Taylor has a great ability to develop trusting relationships with high school and collegiate athletes, allowing him to progress these patients in an efficient manner to getting back on the field. He demonstrates a great ability to progress both sports and non-sports related patients of all ages to promote optimal performance and daily function.
Rachel Rogers, PT, DPT
Rachel graduated from the University of Oklahoma in 2018 with a B.S. degree in Biology and a B.A. degree in Psychology. She went on to get her Doctorate degree in Physical Therapy from The University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, graduating in 2021. Rachel is certified in dry needling and assists with the Parkinson's boxing program at 99 Boxing gym. Rachel has a unique ability to work the pediatric population and has become our go to therapist for all pediatric cases.
Thomas “Buddy” Blair III, PT, DPT
Thomas Blair III, aka “Buddy”, has been with The Orthopaedic Center for over 7 years. Buddy was born and raised in Tulsa, OK, where he focused on both athletics and academics. Attending Jenks High School, he was a 5-time State Champion (3 Football and 2 Baseball), which prepared him for his baseball career at the University of Oklahoma. In 2003, Buddy was drafted by the St. Louis Cardinals, where he excelled in the minor leagues as a left-handed pitcher until being injured. After his baseball career, he went back to school, graduating from the University of Oklahoma as a Doctor of Physical Therapy in 2012. Buddy enjoys being part of the healing journey, providing inspiration and a positive environment focused on patient recovery. With a professional sports background, he knows the importance of quality medical care. Buddy prides himself in consistently learning new techniques and customizing treatment plans for a successful outcome. Buddy enjoys the outdoors, specifically hiking, working out, and spending time with his family.
Shelly Walentiny, OTR/L, CHT
Shelly graduated from Oklahoma State University in 1994 with a B.S. degree in Biology. She went on to get her MS degree in Occupational Therapy from The University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, graduating in 1997. Shelly is a Certified Hand Therapist and through a vast amount of continuing education and experience, Shelly has become an expert in her field. Shelly is also certified in ASTYM treatments. Prior to working at The Orthopaedic Center, Shelly worked in Steamboat Colorado where she spent time working with the US Ski Team from 2018 to 2020.