Tyler Shupe, PT, DPT | Adult and Pediatric Physical Therapist

Warm and welcoming, Tyler Shupe takes great care in providing therapy for all ages patients with neurological conditions. His experience comes from working with children and adults with developmental delays, traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries and congenital deformities.

Tyler has experience in the outpatient setting, hospital system, skilled nursing facilities, and pediatric in-patient rehabilitation. He has practiced physical therapy since 2012 and has worked with patients with neurological conditions since 2013.

“I meet people where they are and work to help them reach their goals,” says Tyler. “I love working with all ages and abilities. One of my greatest joys is seeing people accomplish what they may not have believed was possible.”

Physical therapy, he says, benefits patients with neurological conditions in many ways, by providing new or different movement patterns to help overcome limitations and by offering techniques to help re-train muscles to provide greater support, stability and overall improved movement.

Tyler is originally from Illinois, where he grew up on a dairy farm. He and his family moved to Oregon from Queen Creek, Arizona. While in Arizona, Tyler started a therapeutic horseback riding program. He and his wife have two children and two dogs. Outside of work, he’s an avid mountain biker and enjoys lifting weights, swimming, hiking and running.

Undergraduate Education:
Illinois College, Biology and Exercise Science

Doctorate Degree:
Washington University of St. Louis in Missouri, Physical Therapy