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Avoid surgery & medications with our sports & orthopedic physical therapy specialist.

About us


Athlete Restoration Co. is a direct pay “out-of-network” performance physical therapy clinic. We provide our clientele the highest level of problem-solving healthcare services from the ONLY Fellowship trained Doctors of Physical Therapy in this region of Florida.

This isn’t your grandma’s clinic.

We treat high level athletes and high functioning adults from the West Palm Beach, Wellington, Palm Beach Gardens, and Jupiter areas.

We bring long-term solutions for pain in moving beyond the unproductive, typical physical therapy model by correcting the actual underlying cause of the pain that ultimately prevents you from crushing your active lifestyle that you love.

HOW? Through advanced manual therapy, intentional corrective exercises for your sport, and improving movement patterns.

We want our patients to know that we have their best interests at heart. We also want to be a resource for our community, coaches, athletes, and trainers around the nation.

Why We Do It

The ARC Difference

Athlete Restoration Co. was founded on the belief that the PATIENT COMES FIRST. Healthcare quality is at an all time low and is dictated by insurance companies. TIME while you’re healthy is the most valuable resource we all have. Not only do people spend their money on healthcare but they also spend their time. A person can make money back, but they can’t get their time back.

Athlete Restoration Co. values the time it takes for YOU to get back in the game with your dynamic Lifestyle doing the activities you Love.

This isn’t your standard, inefficient physical therapy model. Our goal is for YOU to get back to 100% in the least amount of time, money, and visits as possible.

What ARC Do
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Orthopedic Clinical Specialist

Fellow, American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists

Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist

Golf- TPI Certified



Founder / CEO

Born and raised in south Florida, Kyle graduated from Quincy University (IL) with a Bachelor’s degree in Biology where he played two collegiate sports earning All-Conference in both football and men’s volleyball. Thereafter, Kyle was invited to showcase himself as tight-end at the NFL Super Regional Combine held at Ford Field in Detroit. Always wanting a career in healthcare, Kyle earned his Doctorate in Physical Therapy graduating from the University of Miami (FL).

His hunger for knowledge and refusal to settle for mediocrity led him to Houston, TX completing a 3-year Fellowship training program in advanced orthopedics and sports manual therapy joining the top 1% of his profession.

Kyle and his wife Nichole represent an elite class of practitioners serving as the only Fellowship trained specialists in this region of the state of Florida: West Palm Beach, Palm Beach Gardens, and Jupiter. With a unique athletic background, Kyle brings a rare perspective to the table and a particular enthusiasm to accept challenges when other management has failed.

Kyle also serves as faculty for a post-professional orthopedic manual therapy fellowship program, the Institute for Athlete Regeneration, traveling to multiple cities around the nation helping other practitioners take their skills to the next level presenting on advanced clinical reasoning and manual therapy skills. He is actively involved with community volunteer opportunities and educating various athletic clubs, non-profits, and CrossFit gyms on injury prevention and related interventions.


  • Adventures with his wife Nichole, daughter Blakely, and son Colt

  • Surfing

  • Golfing

  • Exercising

  • Building his piano skills

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Orthopedic Clinical Specialist

Fellow, American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists



Clinical Mentor / Sports Physical Therapist

Nichole grew up in sunny Florida.  She is an Alumni of the University of Miami (FL), where she was a Division-I All ACC Academic Soccer Athlete and graduated with both her Bachelor’s in Health Science and Doctorate in Physical Therapy. Nichole’s passion for sports and desire to advance her skills as a movement expert led her to post professional residency and fellowship training.  She completed both programs in Houston, Texas: an Orthopedic Physical Therapy Residency at The Houston Methodist Sugarland Hospital and a Fellowship in Sports and Orthopedic Manual Therapy through the Institute for Athlete Regeneration joining the top 1% in her profession.

Today she is a Board Certified Specialist in Orthopedics and an Active member of the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists.

Nichole has worked with a wide range of athletes in outpatient orthopedic and sports performance clinics in Houston, TX and Palm Beach Gardens, FL.

Over the last 5 years, Nichole has presented at local and national conferences including the American Physical Therapy Association Combined Sections Meeting and American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists Conferences.  Her presentation topics and research interests include advanced concussion exercise, biomechanics of kicking, soccer rehabilitation and the female athlete.  In her free time Nichole loves exercising, family time (with her husband, daughter Blakely, & son Colt), playing pick-up soccer, and building her culinary skills.

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Orthopedic Clinical Specialist

Fellow, Brain Trauma Foundation in New York City



Sports Physical Therapist

Dr. Peter Modera received his Bachelor of the Arts in Biology from Wesleyan University in 2011, after which he worked as a neuropathology research assistant in San Francisco and Izmir, Turkey. Dr. Modera went on to complete a Neurotrauma Fellowship through the Brain Trauma Foundation in New York City, where his main focus was concussion evaluation and detection in athletes. He then went on to receive his Doctor of Physical Therapy Degree (DPT) from The University of Miami where he graduated with honors. After receiving his doctoral degree, Dr. Modera completed a Physical Therapy Orthopedic Residency at the University of Miami, where he graduated in 2020, after which he took and passed his board specialty exam to become a Board Certified Orthopedic Specialist (OCS). Dr. Modera is currently pursuing fellowship training to further advance his clinical reasoning skills, differentiation, and manual therapy

He has developed a particular enthusiasm for treating the vestibular, vertigo, and concussion niche. Dr. Modera helps patients recover and improve these debilitating symptoms with a comprehensive treatment approach to address all areas of dysfunction that contribute to the underlying problem.

Dr. Peter also has an interest and sub-niche in treating the Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) for patients with Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction (TMD). He has completed additional training through his residency and fellowship programs as well as additional courses on the specific conservative treatment of the TMJ with dysfunction. Dr. Peter has also lectured on TMJ anatomy and TMD subject matter to other physical therapists as well as to local Dental associations on how physical therapy can help manage and alleviate patients’ symptoms & restore functionality of the TMJ. Through the use of manual therapy techniques, Dry Needling, and corrective exercises, Dr. Peter has been able to notably decrease patients pain and improve quality of life for the most repeatedly used joint in the body.

Dr. Modera also has an extensive background in research in multiple disciplines and has published and presented at venues that include The United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology, The National Neurotrauma Society’s Symposium, The Military Health System Research Symposium, Neurosurgery Magazine, and multiple appearances at the American Physical Therapy Association Combined Sections Meeting.

Dr. Modera’s drive for physical performance and wellness began in athletics. He was an All-American lacrosse player for the state of California and went on to play both collegiate football and lacrosse. He currently trains and competes in beach volleyball, competing in tournaments around the state in Men’s doubles as well as with his wife Ruby – who was a collegiate All-American libero in indoor volleyball. Peter and his wife Ruby recently welcomed their first child Ayla into their family. Peter and Ruby enjoy traveling and doing outdoor activities together and hope to share these passions with their daughter.

Dr. Modera prides himself on patient care and use of evidence-based treatments, utilizing a multitude of intervention techniques that include: joint mobilization, personalized and targeted therapeutic exercises, cupping, Graston, neuromuscular re-education, blood flow restriction therapy, and soft tissue mobilization.

His priority is always individualized patient care at the highest level with the most up to date clinical approaches.

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Sports Physical Therapist

 Dr. Hunter is a true Floridian, growing up and finishing his entire academic journey in South Florida. He received his Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science and Health from Florida Atlantic University, putting his education into action competing in the FAU Strong Man competitions and Spartan Races. Dr. Hunter always had a love and appreciation for using his anatomical & movement knowledge to change someone’s life through physical rehabilitation.

He earned his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from FIU with an emphasis in manual therapy while pursuing a focus on the intricacies of powerlifting and complicated movement patterns – fully appreciating the natural marriage between orthopedic movement dysfunctions, joint mobility, & exercise.

Dr. Hunter continues to grow the depth of his practice, serving as a clinical instructor, lecturing at local universities, and leading volunteer mission trips to Central America.

Dr. Hunter values individualized care with the most science-based interventions and specific movements patterns to correct the underlying root cause issue for his patients. He has a particular interest in golf, diving into the Titleist Performance Institute for multiple certifications, and powerlifting athletes.

Dr. Hunter also has a sub-niche in treating the Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) for patients battling Temporomandibular Dysfunction (TMD). He has completed additional training on the specific conservative treatment of TMD. Through manual therapy, Dry Needling, and corrective exercises, Dr. Hunter has been able to achieve great improvements in patient pain levels and functionality for TMJ issues and dysfunction.

With his wife Molly (a functional medicine nurse practitioner) they recently welcomed their first son Barrett into the family. Kyle serves on the board of his church organization and frequently participates in local outreach.


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Licensed Athletic Trainer

Certified Dry Needling

Registered Dietitian



Sports Physical Therapist

Dr. Stephanie Wilber studied athletic training at Messiah University (PA) where she competed on the university’s track & field team running the 100m, 200m, and threw hammer. She gained professional experience as an athletic trainer working with high school and collegiate athletes. Pushing to change the status quo, she simultaneously completed the Doctor of Physical Therapy program at High Point University (NC) and the Nutrition/Dietetics program at the University of Arizona (AZ).

To our knowledge, Dr. Wilber is the only provider in the world tri-credentialed as an athletic trainer (ATC), registered dietitian (RDN), and doctor of physical therapy (DPT). She has presented original research on mortality risk in professional athletes at the American College of Sports Medicine National Conference and the American Physical Therapy Association Combined Sections Meeting. Additionally, her Alma Mater invited her to serve as adjunct faculty, teaching a doctoral course on the intersection of physical therapy and nutrition. 

Her treatment philosophy focuses on identifying neuromuscular insufficiencies and utilizing an array of manual therapy techniques and tension-based exercises that are highly individualistic. This enables her to teach athletes to build and release tension in the proper positions in order to excel in sport. She developed these methods by programming strength and conditioning and rehabilitating injuries in advanced athletes over the past decade. 

She has personally pursued a wide range of athletic interests including collegiate track and field, olympic weightlifting, Crossfit, powerlifting, and obstacle course racing. Her personal and clinical experiences with these sports enable her to find the root cause of movement dysfunction and pain with precision.

She lives in West Palm Beach with her husband (Tag), where they share a passion for inner city outreach and mentorship for at-risk youth. She also enjoys Crossfit, cooking and baking, gardening, car restoration, home renovation, and doing pretty much anything outdoors with her dog (Shadow).

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Vicky Ferguson

Conversational Expert & Administrative Ninja

As our Client Success Coordinator, Vicky helps ensure seamless transitions for our patients through their plan of care journey with us.

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Here’s What Our Patients Have To Say

5 star

Doctor Kyle is amazing! I came to Kyle after dealing with some SI joint dysfunction and pain for about a month and within just a couple visits and exercises that he shared with me I was feeling better and back to the gym with no issues.

Kyle truly knows his stuff and takes his time to educate his patients on what is going on with their injury and the plan of action to get you better!



5 star

After meniscus surgery and a traumatic pregnancy I was very nervous to get back into working out. 4 months postpartum Dr.Kyle made me feel confident I would get to do all the things I loved to again with no pain. He showed me the skills I needed in order to prevent Injury now and in the future, proper technique and knowledge are what he is all about! “Motion is lotion!”
Thank you Dr.Kyle


5 star

Before coming to Athlete Restoration, I was convinced that I would always be limited on the activities I could do or exercises I could perform due to chronic lower back issues. Now I’m back in the gym with a renewed purpose and strategy. Thanks to my newly developed core stability, I’m no longer afraid to chase my kids around for fear of a back spasm putting me in bed for a week.
Thank you Dr. Kyle for your amazing practice!

R. A.

5 star

So I tweaked my back in a CrossFit workout… I took time off lifting and thought that it would get better. It didn’t. I reached out to Athlete Restoration and was able to get evaluated that week. 10 sessions later, my back pain is gone and I’m moving better than I have in years. The focus on addressing the root of the problem was a game changer.

W. T.

5 star

Dr. Kyle is remarkably professional and knowledgable. If you’re in need of a Physical Therapist, this is the place.


5 star

Kyle is an excellent physical therapist. His background and credentials speak for themselves, but I was always impressed with his extensive knowledge and approach. I highly recommend Kyle to anyone who wants to be 100%.


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