Keyon Thompson received his B.S. in Health and Human Performance-Exercise Science from the University of Louisville in 2006. In 2009, he graduated from Bellarmine University with his Doctorate of Physical Therapy. While attending Bellarmine he was one of two Joseph and Albertine Hammond Endowed Scholarship recipients and a Michael Hale Bellarmine Achiever Scholarship Recipient. He was also the travel abroad chairman in which he experienced “physiotherapy” internationally in Perth, Australia.
Professionally, Keyon has gained his experience treating outpatient orthopedics with a wide variety of diagnoses as staff therapist and clinical director in southern Indiana. Currently he serves the greater Louisville area in outpatient and rehabilitative settings. Over his years of experience, he has gained particular interests in lumbosacral and shoulder dysfunction and interventions. He is certified in innovative dry needling techniques and serves on the PT education committee of his organization. He is an APTA accredited clinical instructor who has gained great appreciation for teaching and working with students. He would like to become more involved with minority recruitment in his field, as PT has one of the lowest percentages of minorities in post graduate/ medical professions.
Keyon enjoys traveling and spending free time with his Wife Tanisha (APRN), daughter (Zakya) and Son (Kingston). Family is of the utmost importance and enjoys his close knit group of friends. Hobbies include playing board/family games, home improvement projects, attending sporting events and staying active by playing sports himself.