Tyler earned his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the MGH Institute of Health Professions in Boston. Prior to this, he earned a dual BS in Physical Geography and Geographic Information Systems at Queen’s University in Canada, where he worked for several years before attending graduate school. While at college, Tyler competed as a varsity track & field athlete, running 200m to 400m distances, eventually going on to captain the team during his final years, collecting a few medals along the way.
As a clinician, Tyler continues to pursue his interest in running with courses on biomechanics, analysis and treatment of the amateur runner, having first been introduced to the subject while working at a running clinic in Boston. Always one for variety, Tyler also enjoys working with a wide range of people with various orthopedic conditions, such as overuse injuries, post-surgical conditions, low back pain and foot and ankle dysfunction, with a particular interest in the lower extremity.
Away from the clinic, Tyler loves to travel, cycle, run, surf, eat tasty food and do just about anything that proves to be a challenge.