The SUMMIT Performance Training staff is made up of well-rounded physical therapists and athletic trainers with clinical training and experience at both the D1 and professional levels. All staff has competitive experience as former high school or collegiate athletes, some winning state and national championships at the high school level. With this collective experience as both athletes and trainers, we understand the competitive lifestyle and know what it takes to perform, giving us a unique perspective into our clients’ lives.
Who We Are
Effective performance training from experienced professionals.
WHAT MAKES A GREAT TEAM
WHY WE DO IT
Our mission is to enhance the performance of anyone seeking improvement. Whether you’re looking to improve in a sport, hobby or just quality of life, we aim to educate, motivate and empower every individual as they strive toward their goals. We also help athletes recover, restore and regain after an injury so they can continue working to reach their peak performance.
HOW WE GOT HERE
Our SUMMIT Performance Training Center was created to be an extension of therapy, as well as a facility where athletes could go for performance training, as well as sport injury prevention and strength and conditioning. Injured athletes in northeastern Oklahoma can now reach their athletic potential by receiving physical therapy under professional supervision..
Kyle has been employed with SUMMIT since 2013 after completing his doctorate in physical therapy at Langston University. He received his undergraduate from Oklahoma State University with a degree in nutrition. In 2015, he became a certified strength and conditioning specialist. He enjoys exercise and fitness, golf, training for Tough Mudder runs, and serving with his wife at Cedar Point Church in Claremore.
Matt has been employed with SUMMIT since December of 2014. Matt graduated from the University of Oklahoma in 2013 with his doctorate in physical therapy after receiving his bachelor’s in nutrition from Oklahoma State University. During his physical therapy training, he spent time with the Atlanta Braves organization at spring training in Orlando, Florida. In 2015, Matt became a certified strength and conditioning specialist. He enjoys traveling with his wife, playing sports, and staying active.
Julie began her SUMMIT career in 2015 after graduating from Langston University with her doctorate in physical therapy. The Claremore native attended the University of Tulsa where she received her bachelor’s in Exercise and Sports Science and danced on the pom squad. She enjoys attending TU football and basketball games, working out, and golfing in her spare time.