Tyler is Canadian born and raised. Prior to pressuring physiotherapy Tyler earned his a Bachelor of Business Administration from the Beedie school of business at Simon Fraser university in Canada.
Before moving to Australia, Tyler spent his extra time playing in many sports leagues for 13 years - American football, basketball, hockey and volleyball. Along with playing golf with friends on a regular basis.
Tyler has always enjoyed sports and helping others and returned to study a Bachelor Biomedical Physiology and Kinesiology. He then moved to Australia to study Physiotherapy and earned a Master of Physiotherapy from the University of Canberra in 2014.
Tyler has almost a decade of experience of experience in treating the young, the old and the elderly with musculoskeletal, sports and work related injuries in private practice. In 2018 Tyler expanded his knowledge in helping to treating senior patients by working in age care on top of working full time in private practice.
Tyler enjoys treating all cases and conditions from elite athletes to office workers and those playing causal sport.
He will take the time to learn why you may have pain finding the cause for your condition and then collaborate to make goals to help make a full recovery. Tyler uses a variety of manual therapy techniques including myofascial release, mobilisation and dry needling. He will follow up with prescriptive individual exercises. You can also expect a detailed recommended action plan personalised for your condition.
Over the years, Tyler has done a variety of additional courses, training and professional development to further his skills and to better look after his patients
The courses include:
Integrated Dry needling
TMJ and Headaches
Pelvis & Lumbar Spine
Cervical & Thoracic Spin
Complex Foot & Ankle
Orthodrics and Foot
Thoracic Ring Approach
Thoracic Spine and Neck
Lower Limb Biomechanics & Orthotics Therapy
Thoracic Spine & Neck