Matthew Tyler graduated as a physiotherapist from Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, Scotland in 1999 having previously completed a degree in Physiology and Sports Science at Glasgow University in 1995. Since graduating and moving to Victoria, Matt has worked as a physiotherapist primarily treating orthopaedic and sports injuries.
Matt’s patients experience the benefits of his ‘hands on’ approach. He utilizes a broad range of treatment techniques including joint mobilizations; multiple deep tissue techniques and corrective exercise to restore movement, function and optimize recovery.
He treats a diverse range of clients of all ages. From the general population requiring asssessment and diagnosis of acute/traumatic injuries; muscle/postural imbalances; repetitive strain injuries; movement dysfunctions; post operative rehabilitation and those requiring assistance in management of chronic conditions to some of Canada’s most elite athletes. Matt has worked with several of Canada’s National Teams, multiple Olympians, World Champions and professional athletes. In 2012 Matt had the honour of travelling to the London Olympics with the Canadian Olympic Rowing Team.
In his spare time Matt enjoys a lot of different sports and has competed in several to a high level. When less active, he has a keen interest in fishing, woodworking, listening to vinyl and enjoying craft beer.