Pyne, Keith Dr.

Pyne, Keith Dr.
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Dr. Keith Pyne was born in Sommerville, MA and moved to Niagara Falls in 1965 as a baby, where he remained until 2012. Keith graduated from Stamford Collegiate and attended the University of Guelph, where he played on the basketball team. After university, Keith continued his studies at Chiropractic College in Dallas, Texas.

Since that time, Keith has had a long and very successful career in sports medicine and has treated countless athletes from amateurs, to professionals, through Olympians. Dr. Pyne is currently a consultant with the Los Angeles Clippers (NBA) and the Los Angeles Dodgers (MLB). Dr. Pyne has developed a predictive injury platform using an IP data collection, called PMotion, with the mission to be the global leader in performance health and treatment for athletes. PMotion is currently used in Premier soccer, MLB, and NBA.

Dr. Pyne has a long resume of involvement and success with professional sports teams. In particular, Pyne has made a huge impact in professional baseball. He was the Medical Consultant for the Boston Red Sox in 2018 when they won the World Series. Dr. Pyne spent four seasons with the Washington National Baseball Team where he served as Medical Board Chairman, winning 2019 World Series. In 2020, he was part of the Medical Staff Team with the LA Dodgers, winning the World Series that year.

In addition to his contributions to baseball, Dr. Pyne was the Medical Consultant for Toronto Raptors, when they won the 2019 NBA Championship. He was also a Medical Staff member with the New York Islanders Professional Hockey Team (NHL).
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