Tyler Vorst, DC
Dr. Tyler Vorst is a graduate of Columbus Grove High School, and received his Bachelors in Biological Sciences from Bowling Green State University. Dr. Vorst received his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Life University; graduating with honors. Dr. Vorst is trained in Cox flexion distraction technique, which specializes in treating vertebral disc pathologies. Dr. Vorst is also certified in Manual Adhesion Release, through the Integrative Diagnosis program, treating muscular pathologies of the spine and extremities.
Dr. Vorst has honorably served 10 years in the Ohio Air Force National Guard as a dental technician. He currently resides in Findlay with his wife Frances; and daughter Maribeth. He enjoys spending time with family and friends, along with hiking, kayaking, and playing ice hockey.
Why I chose Chiropractic:
"As a student, even at a young age I have always enjoyed science and learning the process of how and why things work the way they do. This carried on into my high school and college days, where I was privileged in having great anatomy and physiology teachers. I became amazed by how the human body is able to function, adapt, grow, and change; and this knowledge really pushed me towards choosing chiropractic as my profession. We are able to improve function, correct maladaptations, promote tissue growth, and see the change that happens as the patient gets better. To be able to accomplish all these things through conservative means is what inspired me the most to join the chiropractic profession."
What is “Function based manual medicine”?
Function based testing and treatment has become the ‘Best practice’ for resolving pain in today’s world. It begins with the identification of the source of the symptoms in a very specific manner and after treatment leaves the patient not only with less discomfort, but better movement and performance.
We feel that your problem is unique, just as your body is unique. So of course your treatment should be unique. We utilize a system to identify what is different about you and your condition that will indicate a specific pain generator and what needs to be done to resolve the issue.
On some visits it includes manual therapies like Manual Adhesion Release, traditional chiropractic adjustments, massage therapy, and sometimes its lifestyle advice. When exercises are indicated, we pride ourselves in only giving you the one or two specific exercises needed to target the damaged tissues. Our system of treatment is "physical medicine", where we breakdown and rehabilitate damaged and diseased tissue, and assist in the natural healing and rebuilding of tissue to help ease your pain and improve overall function.
We tie this all in to the ultimate goal of making you ‘Move Better’. We subscribe to the philosophy that your happiness is directly tied to being able to move pain free through your day.
Tyler Vorst D.C.