We're Now Offering Physical Therapy...

We’re thrilled to be adding Dr. Tyler Wallace DPT to our Well Adjusted Buckhead family! Tyler Wallace is a recent new graduate from Augusta University. Tyler developed his passion for rehab and performance physical therapy while completing his undergraduate studies at the University of Georgia. While completing his B.S. in Exercise and Sports Science, Tyler had the opportunity to work with a variety of clients and athletes.

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Originally from Newnan, Georgia, Tyler developed his passion for sports and fitness at an early age. His personal weightlifting experience began in 8th grade and has continued to present day including the acquisition of certifications and degrees so that he may serve the public in reaching their fitness and health goals as well.

Tyler’s rehab style focuses on identifying movements that are limited or dysfunctional and uses a combination of manual therapy and corrective exercises to assist with achieving pain free functional movement. Tyler is also familiar with developing sports fitness and conditioning programs for a variety of athletes and sports including, but not limited to, basketball, soccer, football, and volleyball. Tyler’s training style involves identifying client and athlete goals and developing comprehensive programs to help reach goals as well as prevent injury.

During his free time, Tyler enjoys cooking, playing piano, playing and watching basketball, and traveling.


Professional Degrees, Certifications, and License

  • Doctorate of Physical Therapy

  • Licensed Physical Therapist

  • Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (NSCA)

  • Certified Personal Trainer (ACSM)

  • B.S. Exercise and Sports Science (The University of Georgia)

Experience:

  • Strength and Conditioning intern at Santa Clara University

  • 2-year personal trainer at The University of Georgia

  • 3-year employee of The University of Georgia Rec Sports Department 

  • 12 years of personal weight room experience 

  • 2-year practice player for The University of Georgia Women’s Basketball Team

  • 4-year varsity basketball player in H.S.