Tyler Gendron, PT, DPT, ATC
Tyler Gendron holds a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Franklin Pierce University and a BS in Athletic Training from Quinnipiac University. Prior to pursuing his doctorate, Tyler worked as an Athletic Trainer (ATC) for several years in Connecticut. Now, after returning to the state of New Hampshire where he grew up, Tyler uses his background in athletics and physical therapy to help his patients minimize pain and maximize function.
“HIGHLY RECOMMEND… Tyler listened well to my experience, and demonstrated a thorough understanding of my injury, and recovery goals. I left our initial evaluation session feeling positive about my recovery, and this proved to be true throughout my experience… Each session was appropriately challenging, fun, and addressing my recovery goals”
After growing up in Alstead New Hampshire, Tyler achieved his Athletic Training degree at Quinnipiac University in Connecticut. He spent the next 3 years working as an Athletic Trainer at various high schools in Connecticut before moving back to New Hampshire and the Upper Valley, where he gained more experience working with Dartmouth Hitchcock orthopedics. While pursuing his doctorate of Physical Therapy at Franklin Pierce University, Tyler became certified in the LSVT BIG program, which is designed to optimize function in patients diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. He served one of his clinical rotations at the Cioffredi & Associates Physical Therapy clinic in Grantham, where his skill and knowledge greatly impressed and, in 2023, Tyler returned to join the Cioffredi & Associates Physical Therapy team.
At Cioffredi & Associates, Tyler enjoys working with all types of patients and orthopedic conditions and has specific expertise working with athletes and those suffering from shoulder or knee pain. His treatment approach focuses on a combination of hands-on techniques and guided exercises to achieve maximal results. The ultimate goal is building a partnership with his clients that will help them achieve and maintain their goals over the long term.