Dr. Tyler was born and raised in New England and currently calls Holmdel, NJ home. He graduated from Ithaca College with a doctorate in physical therapy in 2009. He has subsequently received the certification as a Multiple Sclerosis Certified Specialist (MSCS) in 2014 and has been a board certified Neurological Clinical Specialist (NCS) since 2016.
Dr. Tyler has dedicated his entire career to the rehabilitation of individuals that experience neurological diagnoses including stroke, spinal cord injuries, brain injuries, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease and many others. He has expertise in seeing these patients across their continuum of care including inpatient rehabilitation, home care and outpatient therapy. Dr. Tyler’s treatment strategies are deeply rooted in the evidence based concepts of motor learning and neuroplasticity. He is certified in performing the LSVT-BIG® program for individuals affected by Parkinson’s disease. In addition, Dr. Tyler is trained in Balance-based Torso Weighting (BBTW®), an intervention geared towards improving stability and decreasing the risk of falls.
When he’s not on the beach in the summertime, Dr. Tyler’s hobbies include tending to his honey bee hives with his wife, working on his motorcycle and building furniture for his home. In order to stay active, he regularly trains for obstacle course events and road races.