KEVIN LOCKETTE, PT
Kevin has been practicing as a physical therapist in the rehabilitation field since 1989. He was the president of HAPTA (Hawaii Chapter of the American Physical Therapy Association) in the year 2000 and the primary author of a medical text on rehabilitation, Conditioning with Physical Disabilities, Human Kinetic Publishers 1994.
Kevin has extensive experience in acute rehabilitation and is the founder of what is now the nation's largest wellness program for individuals with physical disabilities at the renown Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago. Kevin is a past head coach for the United States Disable Sports Team (A member of the U.S. Olympic Committee) and coached in International games including the World Championships and the Paralympics in Barcelona, Spain in 1992. Kevin is presently on the Clinical Advisory Council for the Multiple Sclerosis Society-Hawaii.
Kevin enjoys canoe paddling and participates in the Moloka'i Hoe every year. He is also an avid baseball fan and attends UH sports whenever he can. Kevin is not only a physical therapist, but also father of two, athlete, and non-fiction history buff. He is musically inclined in the harmonica and guitar with a love for the blues.