Tyler holds a Doctorate of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine from Pacific College of Health and Science. Currently pursuing a specialty certification in Sports Medicine Acupuncture, he aims to apply his knowledge in treating both internal and external ailments, particularly traumatic injury, and sports medicine.

Acupuncture has been used for centuries in traditional Chinese medicine to alleviate pain and improve overall health. In recent years, it has become a popular alternative therapy for orthopedic and sports injuries. By targeting specific acupuncture points, it can help reduce inflammation, alleviate pain, increase circulation, and promote healing in the affected area. Tyler, a sports medicine acupuncturist, applies traditional acupuncture techniques to modern-day sports and work-related injuries. He creates personalized treatment plans for anyone from athletes to office workers, identifying and addressing the root cause of their injuries. Tyler has witnessed the positive results of acupuncture firsthand in his patients and is committed to helping them recover quickly and return to their daily activities.

In addition to his sports medicine specialization, Tyler has a particular passion for the rare sub-field of before and after surgery care. Based on research studies, he found that receiving acupuncture before and after surgery greatly reduces the chances of patients experiencing chronic pain during recovery, and is able to help restore functionality to the body after surgery.

Tyler has interned at cCare with Dr. Christine Adamo, a renowned specialist in Chinese Medicine, functional medicine, and acupuncture for cancer care and treatment side-effect mitigation.

Growing up with a lifelong passion for surfing, Tyler gained a profound understanding of how the body adapts to movement and injury. He recognizes the importance of a speedy recovery and the ability to return to one’s favorite activities. Furthermore, Tyler comes from a family of acupuncturists, which has fostered his dedication to helping others through healing. From his passion for surfing, Tyler developed a deep understanding of how the body responds to movement and injury, realizing how important it is to recover quickly and return to one’s favorite activities. In addition to this, he comes from a family of acupuncturists and has always been committed to healing others.