About Oklahoma Institute of Regenerative Health
With over 20 years of experience teaching, Kyle Moore has dedicated his life to adult education. His academic track record began as a Certified Adult Educator from the University of Oklahoma, and he has since been the keynote speaker at over half a dozen different conferences ranging from Oregon to Florida. As the Head Educator at the Oklahoma Institute of Regenerative Health, Kyle is dedicated to helping patients achieve their goals.
A little about Kyle and personal life, he is happily married to Sara Moore for the past 15 years. Together they have six children and live in Seminole, OK where they like to slow things down and enjoy the country life on their small farm. Their eldest daughter is currently a sophomore at Seminole State College while their eldest son is in his first year at Wichita State University. Their other four children attend the Academy of Seminole, ranging from third to the eleventh grades. In addition to their children, Kyle and Sara are also parents to five rescue dogs! When he isn’t spending time with his family Kyle spends his time officiating high school football and basketball with the Shawnee Officials Association. As an official he’s regulated over 2,000 games, but what he loves most is helping children and adults work hard and achieve their dreams.
Krystal Bills grew up in the small town of Chickasha, Oklahoma, and moved to Oklahoma City where she attended UCO for her undergraduate degree. Her passion for patient care motivated her to work full time as an RN for 10 years prior to graduating with her Master’s degree. She has pursued a focus of cardiac care in the operative setting performing both heart and lung transplants, orthopedic rotations, and Regenerative Medicine. When she’s not focusing on patients she can be seen reading, traveling, and staying active. Krystal, like any other Okie, goes crazy for OU football. She also loves spending time with family and friends, cooking new things, and learning about history and historical events.