Kyle Bronsteen, DO
Osteopathic Recognition Program Director
Family Medicine & Sports Medicine
I grew up in Troy, Michigan. I played collegiate ice hockey while obtaining my undergraduate degree from Arizona State University. I then attended Oakland University and received a Master’s degree in Exercise Physiology while working in Preventive Cardiology at Henry Ford Hospital. I received my medical degree from Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine. I completed my residency training at Beaumont Farmington in Family Medicine, and I also completed an Internship at Henry Ford Allegiance Health. After residency, I completed a fellowship in Primary Care Sports Medicine at Western Michigan University where I worked with the athletic departments from both Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo College, and Kalamazoo Central High School. During fellowship I received an extra certification in musculoskeletal ultrasound and am passionate about using ultrasound to help better diagnose and treat patients. I’m excited to be working with an exceptional group of physicians (and mentors) and hope to provide exceptional patient centered care for both general medical and sports/orthopedic conditions.
On a personal note, I am married and have 2 young children and a golden retriever. We enjoy spending time together as a family, usually outdoors being active. We enjoy biking to local restaurants and coffee shops. In my free time I enjoy working out, ice hockey, and cooking; but also enjoy relaxing (when time permits).