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Meet The Team

Scottsdale Physical Therapy

Dr. Tyler Sinda, PT, DPT, FAAOMPT

- Founder of Scottsdale Physical Therapy & Performance
- Doctor of Physical Therapy
- Dip. Osteopractic
- Cert. Dry Needling (DN-1 & DN-2)
- Cert. Spinal Manipulation
- Fellow of American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists
- Titleist Performance Institute-2 (Medical), TPI-1

Tyler is a Doctor of Physical Therapy who specializes in Orthopedic Physical Therapy. After completing his rigorous coursework from Duke University, he went on clinical rotations to Stanford Healthcare, Providence and Infinity Rehab.

After graduating with his Doctor of Physical Therapy from Duke University, Tyler went on for more training in Fellowship through The American Academy of Manipulative Therapy where he complete a year long intensive program in manual physical therapy. Tyler became a Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists (FAAOMPT), which less than 2% of physical therapists hold.

He is TPI Medical 2 credentialed through the Titleist Performance Institute. Through this training, Tyler has acquired elite manual skills and in-depth clinical reasoning needed to treat the community of Scottsdale.

Tyler was born in the Wisconsin where he spent 24 years before heading to North Carolina for PT School. In his free time he enjoys golfing, lifting, reading, hiking, traveling, following the UFC and his favorite sports teams. 

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Dr. Daniel Gilstrap, PT, DPT, DN-2

Doctor of Physical Therapy | Scottsdale Physical Therapy & Performance | Cert. Dry Needling

Daniel is a Doctor of Physical Therapy who is passionate about
promoting health and wellness and helping individuals who wish to lead
an active and pain free life. He completed his undergraduate education
in Exercise and Sport Science at The University of Alabama in 2013 and
received his DPT from Emory University in 2016. Over the past 7 years,
he has worked in various sports medicine and orthopedics settings
across the country as a travel physical therapist prior to landing in
Scottsdale.

Daniel recognizes that one of the biggest barriers for his clients is
understanding what caused an injury or pain to arise in the first
place, and he focuses on education and addressing the whole body to
find ways to optimize performance and get his clients back to doing
the things they love.

Daniel is a lifelong athlete with a history in golf, baseball, road
and trail running, Olympic lifting, and skiing which has provided him
with a first-hand understanding of what it takes to participate fully.
This experience allows him to provide a comprehensive approach to
improving client health and wellness.

In his free time, Daniel enjoys backpacking, weight lifting, watching
and playing sports, learning new skills, cooking, and traveling with
his girlfriend and dog

Dr. Lance Martin, PT, DPT

Doctor of Physical Therapy | Scottsdale Physical Therapy & Performance

Lance is a Doctor of Physical Therapy who takes pride in building relationships with his patients and figuring out a plan to help them return to doing what makes them happy. After playing 4 years of college basketball and receiving his degree in Exercise Science at Cornerstone University, he continued his passion for orthopedics and sports medicine at Pacific University, where he received his Doctorate of Physical Therapy. Lance is a motivated Therapist that cares about the small details that can lead to big changes in a person’s life.

Lance believes that no matter where you are in life, we are all athletes. An athlete can be described as somebody whose goal is to be proficient in physical exercise. With this in mind, he has developed a great understanding of how the body reacts to an injury and what it takes to return to those athletic activities we all love.

Lance was born and raised in Kingman, AZ before living in many different states including Michigan, Indiana, and Oregon. Lance is married to his lovely wife, Hope, who is an Occupational Therapist. In his free time, he enjoys playing basketball, golfing, traveling, rooting for his Phoenix Suns and playing with his dog, Nash.

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Dr. Andy Seraphin PT, DPT, SCS

Founder of The Futbol Physios |
Doctor of Physical Therapy | SCS |

Dr. Andy Seraphin is a physical therapist and fitness coach who specializes in helping soccer players get stronger, faster, and recover from injury. He currently works full time at a local elite soccer academy, and sees private clientele during his off-hours.

Andy believes that many soccer players lack access to proper sport-specific rehab and fitness training. Andy aims to provide these services in a data-driven way to players in the NJ-NYC area, as well as worldwide.

In addition to his clinical work, Andy produces content for over 15,000 of his Instagram followers, and co-hosts the Soccer Fitness Experience, a podcast with over 30,000 downloads.

Andy holds a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Duke University, as well as a BS in Exercise Science from Temple University. He also holds a certification as a specialist in Sports (SCS), which less than 1% of Physical Therapists hold.

He also speaks basic Spanish and Haitian Creole.

What People Just Like You Are Saying About
Scottsdale Physical Therapy & Performance...

85+ 5 Star Reviews!

- Mark N.

5/5
“Ty is focusing on my flexibility and strength as they relate to my golf swing which has been fantastic. He is helping to prepare my body for the demands of a proper golf swing and I’ve seen great results in a short amount of time. I highly recommend Ty without hesitation”

- Doug S.

5/5
“I went to Scottsdale PT&P with a severe back pain. After about 10 days of treatment and exercise, I was pain-free. Tyler also identified the cause of the pain and showed me how to alter my golf swing to avoid recurrence of the problem. Tyler gives you his full attention and customizes exercises to your unique needs, abilities and goals.”

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