Dr. Kyle Mullan

From as far back as he can remember Dr. Mullan was always extremely active. He participated in football, basketball, baseball, wrestling, swimming, golf, and even racquetball. Born and raised in the Clearwater area, Dr. Mullan loves being on the water either fishing or relaxing on the boat. Having an active and health conscious lifestyle, he knew the healthcare profession was his calling. He started his undergraduate education with the intent of going into the medical field. Dr. Mullan strongly agrees with a non-invasive approach to healthcare, and chiropractic care fit well with those beliefs. He never understood why so many patients jump right to intensive surgery before even attempting conservative care. The idea that dysfunction in the musculoskeletal system can affect general health via the nervous system just made sense to him.


Dr. Mullan went to high school here in the Tampa Bay area at Clearwater Central Catholic High School. After graduating with Honors, he decided to move to Gainesville to attend the University of Florida. After receiving his Bachelor’s degree with a major in Biology and minor in Business at UF, he moved to Port Orange, FL to study at the oldest and first chiropractic college, Palmer College of Chiropractic. During his time at Palmer, the majority of courses included in-depth information on the nervous and skeletal systems, chiropractic techniques, and patient care. Dr. Mullan took a very high interest in Spinal Neurology so he decided to become the tutor for 2 years while attending. During Dr. Mullan’s last semester at Palmer he left school for the opportunity to intern at a chiropractic clinic that allowed him to build upon academic knowledge and clinical experience.

Outside the Office

On his days off, Dr. Mullan loves to be outside, especially with activities involving the water or his dog, Riley. He enjoys taking her to the dog park a least once per day. Growing up in a family who prides themselves on athletics, he always wanted to be outside with his friends playing football in the street, basketball in the driveway, or simply throwing a ball against a wall. Dr. Mullan intends on continuing his education and become the chiropractor for a professional sports team. When he has time off, he loves supporting his Tampa Bay teams by going to Rays, Lightning, and Bucs games as often as possible.