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Dr. Tyler Armstrong

  • Dr.
    Tyler Armstrong
    DC – Doctor of Chiropractic DC, FAKTR, FMS, ART

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    Dr. Tyler is a second generation chiropractor and was raised in Sioux Center, IA. Growing up in a chiropractic family, he was blessed to experience all of the wonderful benefits chiropractic care can have for patients. Dr. Armstrong has had a lifelong passion for health and wellness, which made it natural for him to pursue his Doctorate of Chiropractic.

    Dr. Armstrong graduated from Cleveland Chiropractic College-Kansas City (CCC-KC) with a focus on family wellness, functional assessment, soft tissue mobilization, and rehabilitation. Prior to attending CCC-KC, Dr. Armstrong completed his Bachelor of Science degree from Morningside College in Sioux City, IA. While at Morningside, Dr. Tyler was a member of the men’s basketball program that won two regular season GPAC championships during the 2007-2008 and 2008-2009 seasons.

    Dr. Tyler spends a great deal of time attending post-graduate seminars and took electives in school which included: Motion Palpation Institute seminars, Functional and Kinetic Treatment with Rehab (FAKTR), Activator Methods, Active Release Technique (A.R.T.), Graston soft tissue technique, Functional Movement Screen (FMS), and courses emphasizing sports injury and rehabilitation. Dr. Tyler is also a certified RockTape provider and was selected to be one of the practitioners for the 2014 CrossFit Regional’s in Jacksonville, Florida. Dr. Tyler is certified in Webster Technique by the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA). Along with being nationally board certified in chiropractic and physiotherapy, Dr. Tyler is a member of the American Chiropractic Association and the Iowa Chiropractic Society.

    Dr. Armstrong’s broad range of training has allowed him to treat every member of the family. He currently enjoys treating infants, pregnant women, senior citizens, weekend warriors, and competitive athletes. Dr. Tyler is happy to be back in Sioux Center and has cherished practicing with his father, Dr. Larry, and his wife Dr. Tiffany. In his free time, Dr. Tyler enjoys spending time with his wife and son, going to the dog park, working out, coaching basketball, target shooting, golf, & reading.

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  • "Seriously people...Armstrong chiropractic has to be the most awesome and kind place ever...here I run in to pick up some greens and they are busy so I decide to stop back later and next thing I know it's on my doorstep with a simple sweet note! If you are looking for someone to go the extra mile in anything, they are the place to be! They care so much and do so many things for all their clients! Love always getting a friendly smile and having a nice chat when I'm in there!"
    Brooke B. Sioux Center, IA

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