Tyler Paulson, PTA
Tyler Paulson decided to go into the physical therapy field after having several surgeries and injuries relating to sports and motorcycle accidents. "I know first hand how hard things can be and I know that a person must be patient with their progress. I adapt the treatment to them in the best way that fits their lifestyle. I like to personalize their treatment for their age, activity and ability." Tyler works primarily with patients in the Richfield Rehabilitation and Care Center and is also available to work with home health in Wayne and Sevier County. One goal in the care center is make sure that residents are able to move around the facility safely and maintain the skills to continue daily tasks. He graduated from the Provo College of Physical Therapy in 2011 with his PTA degree.
With their two young children, Tyler and his wife, Carrie are active in out-door recreation and are helping develop athletic skills at an early age for children in a program sponsored by the Richfield Recreation Department. He also has an intuitive skill that helps him see what needs to be done to help patients in home health situations as he visits and sees needs beyond the actual physical therapy.