Tyson graduated from Manchester Metropolitan University is 2015 with a Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy. During his study Tyson provided assessment and treatment to Commonwealth level student-athletes who attended MMU and also worked with the England 7’s Rugby team.
Since graduating and returning to Canada, Tyson worked at Alpine Physiotherapy for two years and trained under head Physiotherapist Graham Pollard before taking a position for 1 year in Prince George. Here, he received training in acute sports injury management and pitch side first aid while providing treatment for the UNBC men’s and women’s varsity soccer and basketball teams.
Tyson also has post-graduate qualifications in Functional Dry needling and training in foot and ankle functional restoration through the Foot Collective – a progressive group of like-minded physiotherapists who “empower people with the knowledge they need to protect themselves from the dangers of modern footwear and the guidance to fix their own feet.”
Tyson enjoys working with a variety of patients from athletes to the elderly. He is also interested in educating people on ergonomics, teaching them how to move correctly, and restore function through individualized home exercise programs emphasizing longevity.
“Today, people have sedentary or repetitive jobs and lifestyles which force them to move a certain way for a large portion of their lives causing dysfunction. My goal is to help educate people in a non-biased and informative way in how to offset the daily repetitive or sedentary nature of life and the workforce through education and movement.”