Tyron—also known as “Ty” to friends– likes to go deep. He pursues his passions and goes all in. It’s a level of commitment that you have to admire. No wonder he discovered freediving. But more on that in a minute.
Professionally, going deep has served him well. He worked as a therapist in the Philippines for 5 years with success in hospitals, outpatient clinics, and in aquatics/sports settings. It was a rewarding time in his career.
Then, typically, he went deeper. He moved to NYC to work in the “big time.” After more than a decade of positive patient outcomes, he’s joined the team at Orthology. And with this new challenge, Tyron says he “wants to keep rocking and going deeper in improving his skills as a physical therapist.”
Back to freediving. It’s an extraordinary pursuit—a challenging form of underwater diving that is based on the diver going as far down as possible, holding their breath until resurfacing. To be perfectly clear, that means no breathing apparatus! As you would guess, the measure of a great freediver is how deep they can go. But it demands that the diver stay relaxed. It gives a PT like Ty a unique understanding of how the human body performs under stress.
Ty is totally prepared for this unique endeavor. He’s a trained scuba diver, runner and does yoga. After all, part of “going deep” is doing the hard work—continuing your education, gaining more expertise, executing against plan. This is a man that knows what he’s doing. Every patient he meets knows they’re in good hands.
By the way, those hands play some good guitar, too. Plus, he loves to travel and enjoys photography.