Ray Coyle, OTR/L

"Assisting patients in returning to a high level of function quickly and safely is very rewarding. I want patients to feel informed, cared for, and that their expectations were exceeded."

Clinical Interests
Complex and cumulative injuries of the shoulder, elbow, wrist, and hand; sports injuries, work injuries, wound care

Medical Education
Masters degree in Occupational Therapy
University of South Dakota, Vermillion — South Dakota

Advanced Training

  • Trained in Graston Tool Assisted  soft tissue mobilization technique
  • Certified in Physical Agent Modalities


  • Licensed and Registered Occupational Therapy Practitioner
  • National Board Certification in Occupational Therapy

Personal Interests
Family activities, biking, guitar, gardening, hunting, fishing


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