Owner of 208 Physical Therapy
Tyrel graduated from Sugar-Salem High School and went on to attend Boise State University where he majored in Athletic Training. While becoming a certified athletic trainer, his passion for rehab grew through his experience working with the university’s athletes as well as his own personal experience rehabbing from several knee surgeries including an ACL repair. This led to the pursuit of a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
Tyrel’s desire is to help everyone achieve their movement goals through creating personalized treatment plans, increased one-on-one time with each client, empowering people through education, and treating everyone like family. His experience ranges from post-operative rehab, sports injuries, and general orthopedics such as neck and low back among many other conditions. He has experience working with athletes of all ages and skill levels in helping them return to their sport pain free.
He returned to Idaho in 2018, along with his wife and kids. Having grown up in Rexburg, Tyrel’s dream has always been to open a clinic of his own to serve the community where he was raised. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his family, traveling, skiing, playing basketball, outdoor recreation, and working on the farm.
208 PT Values
Creating a fun, stress-free environment
208 Physical Therapy is committed to empowering individuals through education, greater patient autonomy, individualized care, and treating everyone like family. We are here to serve the community with greater focus on quality care rather than quantity.