Kyle Allan, DO

Board Certified Osteopathic Neuromuscular Medicine/Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine
Fellowship-Trained in Sports and Interventional Spine

About Dr. Allan

Dr. Kyle Allan was trained in Osteopathic Neuromuscular Medicine at Michigan State University and completed a Fellowship in Sports and Interventional Spine at Michigan Sports and Spine Center.  During his residency and fellowship training he sought an additional 150+ hours of Regenerative/Orthobiologic training.  He was Clinical Faculty and an Assistant Professor in Osteopathic Neuromuscular Medicine at Michigan State University prior to joining CHARM and continues to serve as adjunct faculty.  He was a course instructor for both the Sports Medicine Elective and the Student OMM Clinic at Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine.

Kyle takes a comprehensive approach to evaluating patients and developing complex treatment plans that restore function.  Central to this process are the osteopathic tenants, which align synonymously with Regenerative Medicine and Orthobiologics; allowing the body to heal, regulate, and maintain itself, restoring both structure and function. He uses an integrative approach, including physical therapy, manipulation, massage, nutrition, and mental well-being to achieve optimal outcomes.

Outside of the office, Kyle enjoys spending time with his “girls” (wife and 2 daughters) traveling, smoking meats, BBQing, swimming, wakesurfing and snowboarding.

Education And Training

Dr. Allan graduated from the University of California, Irvine with his Bachelor of Science in Biology in 2013. He began his journey in medicine at the Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine, graduating in 2018.  He began his post graduate training at Mercy Hospital in Muskegon, completing his Transitional Rotating Internship 2019. He continued his training at Michigan State University in Osteopathic Neuromuscular Medicine/Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine, finishing in 2021.  He went on to sub-specialize in Sports and Interventional Spine at the Michigan Sports and Spine Center in Detroit.  During this time, he sought an additional 150+ hours in hands-on cadaver courses in Orthobiologics and Regenerative Medicine techniques utilizing both ultrasound and fluoroscopy.