PT, DPT, CSCS, CF-L1, TDN, BFR, CSAC
After graduating as Salutatorian from high school in western North Carolina, Tyler attended Troy University, where he completed an undergraduate degree in Chemistry, with a minor in Leadership Studies. While at Troy, Tyler also played baseball, where he was a part of two Sun Belt Conference Championship Teams and two NCAA regional appearances. In his time with the Troy Trojans, Tyler was named a Capital One NCAA Division 1 Academic All-American (‘13, ‘14), Sun Belt First Team Short-Stop (‘13), as well as a Brooks Wallace Award Finalist list for top shortstop in the country (‘13). Aside from baseball, Tyler was awarded with the Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award which recognizes recipients for their excellence of character, humanitarian service and spiritual qualities. Tyler also received the Clements Award, which is granted to one graduating male and female student athlete for excellence in the classroom and in their sport.
More information on these accomplishments are listed in the links below.
Following his time at Troy University, Tyler attended the University of South Alabama’s Doctor of Physical Therapy Program. There, he achieved his Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) degree in May of 2017. Since that time, he has gained experience in outpatient orthopedics, chronic pain management, with the aging adult population, and has worked in the skilled nursing environment, with exposure to a variety of age groups and presentations. Tyler has continued his learning from physical therapy school and is now certified in Dry Needling, as well as Blood Flow Restriction Training. Tyler is an avid believer in health and wellness, and continues to remain active himself. He is married to his wife, Rachael, and has two Australian Shepherds, Oakleigh and Ollie. Tyler continues to enjoy coaching baseball, camping, spending family time, being outdoors, and cheering on his favorite sports teams.
PT, DPT, CSCS, USAW-L1, TDN, BFR
Kyle was born and raised in Decatur, AL as the middle child of three boys. Growing up playing sports with his brothers, he always dreamed of playing college sports. However, his plan was rerouted for a better plan after a high school knee injury led him to develop a passion for physical therapy and strength and conditioning.
Kyle was given a great opportunity to attend Troy University where he earned his Bachelor’s of Science in Exercise Science in 2014. After graduating from Troy, Kyle attended the University of South Alabama where he received his Doctorate of Physical Therapy (DPT) in 2017. After earning his doctorate, Kyle took a job with Vertex PT Specialists in Columbia, SC, one of the most prestigious outpatient orthopedic private practices in the Southeast.
While in Columbia, Kyle had a wide variety of experiences. He was able to start a clinic from the ground up, treat a wide variety of patients from pre-teens to 95-year-olds, as well as treat some high level athletes, including some Olympians and Major League Baseball players.
Along with his DPT, Kyle is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and is certified in dry needling and personalized blood flow restriction training. While in Columbia, Kyle served as an adjunct professor at the University of South Carolina for an undergraduate introduction to physical therapy course. He is currently involved with teaching a continuing education course to clinicians called “Strength and Conditioning: In the Clinic.” Kyle is married to his wife, Rachel, and currently lives in Midtown Mobile where he enjoys spending time with his wife and friends, working out, reading, and learning about anything and everything!
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Address: 27468 World Ct. Daphne, AL 36526
Phone: (251) 270-1551
Fax: (251) 270-1552
Hours of Operation
Hours of Service:
Monday: 7 AM – 6 PM
Tuesday: 7 AM – 6 PM
Wednesday: 7 AM – 6 PM
Thursday: 7 AM – 6 PM
Friday: 7 AM – 6 PM
Saturday/Sunday : Closed