Dr. Tyler Dancause joined the Goldwyn and Boyland Team in December of
2020. Tyler graduated from SUNY Upstate Medical University in August of
2020 with his Doctorate in Physical Therapy, and in the Spring of 2017
from The College at Brockport, SUNY with a dual Bachelor’s Degree in
Athletic Training and Kinesiology. Prior to joining the G&B team, Tyler
worked as an outreach Athletic Trainer for Brownstone Physical Therapy,
servicing multiple local high schools and Section V sporting events in
the Rochester area. Tyler additionally, worked in the athletic training
rooms of The College of Brockport and St. John Fisher College, and has
amassed countless hours of experience with on-field coverage, being a
part of the sports medicine staff for events such as the Division III
Men’s Basketball Championships and the National Collegiate Gymnastics
Association National Championships.
Dr. Dancause also participated as a co-lecturer with Fellow of the APTA,
Dale Avers PT, DPT, PhD, for a continuing education presentation
entitled, “Athletic Training Strategies for Older Adults”, highlighting
the current research for effective exercise strategies for the geriatric
Since completing his education, Dr. Dancause’s primary objective has
been treating and training athletes of all ages. His passion is
rehabilitating and training his athletes and patients with a holistic
approach in order to optimize their performance in their particular
sport, hobby, job, or daily activities. In addition to his clinical
responsibilities, Dr. Dancause serves as an Assistant Athletic Trainer
for the Homer Central School District Varsity Football Team, as well as
the Junior Head Athletic Trainer for the Cortland-Homer Golden Eagle
Hockey Team, servicing local high school students to improve performance
and prevent further and future injuries. Dr. Dancause also serves on the
sports medicine staff for both Section III and New York State
Dr. Dancause has received further training in the areas of the Selective
Functional Movement Assessment and Functional Movement Screen, the
Autonomic Awareness System, and Blomberg Rhythmic Movement Technique to
treat chronic pain, concussion, and autonomic nervous system
dysfunctions, as well as load management to assist with sports
When not on the field or in the clinic, Dr. Dancause enjoys spending
time with his friends, going to breweries, and watching sports. He is an
avid fan of Syracuse University athletics, and is an owner of the Green
Bay Packers! He loves trivia and fun facts, movies of all kinds, and is
always down for a concert, especially if it is Dave Matthews Band which
he has seen 14 times (and counting), or Foo Fighters.
Amanda VanVolkinburg joined the Goldwyn and Boyland team in the fall of 2017. She graduated from SUNY at Buffalo in 2008 with her Doctorate in Physical Therapy. Her professional experience leading up to joining the G&B team includes working in the skilled nursing setting in the greater Binghamton area and traveling as a contract physical therapist with her college friend, primarily working in acute care settings in North Carolina, South Carolina and Albuquerque, NM. Most recently she worked in short term rehabilitation at the Centers of St. Camillus in Syracuse, NY. Amanda’s time at St. Camillus led to new professional and personal roots being laid down in Central NY. Through them, Amanda came to form a relationship w/ G&B and was introduced to Associative Awareness Technique (AAT). This has led to a healing journey personally and an entirely new career path professionally.
Amanda has always been passionate about helping people and has the goal to help any human who walks through the door reset from trauma and set sail on a new path. Amanda greatly values the many nuances of the human experience and the impact from physical, emotional, mental, energetic and spiritual health. Her goal is to provide comfort, inspiration and direction to help you achieve your movement goals. Amanda’s current professional interests and learning include AAT, Blomberg Rhythmic Movement Training, Tai Chi, women’s health, and learning ways to help positively influence the central and autonomic nervous systems.
Amanda also finds joy in studying art, snuggling her pets, quoting movies and all things Harry Potter. She loves being a part of the G&B family and is excited to continue learning, growing and helping others.
Kelly joined the Goldwyn & Boyland team in 2015 as a physical therapist/ strength and conditioning coach. She completed her undergraduate work at SUNY Geneseo with a B.S. in biology and was a member of their Track and Cross Country teams. Kelly then graduated from SUNY Upstate Medical University with her Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree and immediately came to Cortland after having a great clinical experience at Goldwyn & Boyland during medical school. She is a certified strength and conditioning coach (CSCS) and is also a board certified orthopaedic clinical specialist (OCS). She is currently working on becoming a certified BirthFit! Coach.
The combination of physical therapy and fitness coaching with Move Better Fitness represents only part of Kelly’s passion for wellness. In 2018 she created the G&B Wellness program with a vision of guiding individuals to their highest potential for improved quality of life for the whole person; mind, body, and spirit. This mindset of the “whole person” is a primary focus when working with her physical therapy clients. One of Kelly’s passions is building a connection with people and encouraging them on their journey of wellness. Kelly has a heart to encourage and uses her gifts to walk with patients through the transitions of rehab towards meeting an individual’s goals. Whether a runner wanting to get back to the trails or someone’s goal of getting up from the floor, Kelly loves to see patients do what they previously thought impossible. Kelly also uses these skills for helping clinical students on their own journey and appreciates the opportunities to help others grow.
Kelly enjoys many activities on her own wellness journey. Her favorite things involve spending time with her community of family, friends and faith. Kelly is an aspiring 46er of the Adirondack Mountains and she loves to be out in nature. Besides running, skiing and a new addition of cycling, she enjoys moving in different ways and is open to new adventures. Kelly loves music and when practicing in the Cortland office, she enjoys the privilege of being the clinic’s DJ of music and has been frequently called the “singing PT”.
Greg Streblow has been part of the Goldwyn and Boyland team since 1999, as both a Physical Therapist and Strength and Conditioning Coach. Prior to joining Goldwyn and Boyland, Greg was a fitness coach for individuals and groups, including middle and high school teams, and he developed and led award-winning physical training programs for his fellow soldiers while serving in the US Army. He has been training, coaching and rehabilitating athletes and active people of all ages for over 25 years.
Greg is currently the lead Physical Therapist at our Cortland location, helping people overcome injuries, pain and nervous system conditions, to return to their jobs, sports, hobbies and day to day life. He is proud to see his patients’ hard work pay off and to see them accomplish their goals, whether that’s playing for a championship or playing in the backyard, climbing mountains or climbing the stairs.
Greg also developed and leads our Move Better Fitness programs for clients of all ages and abilities, among the first physical therapy clinics in New York state to offer such a program. Greg has a passion for helping people not just recover from injuries, but to avoid them in the first place. In addition to helping people stay healthy with our programs on-site, Greg has worked with many teams to dramatically reduce injury rates in athletes ranging from local schools, to collegiate national champions, to Olympic athletes as part of the US Olympic Committee sports medicine and strength and conditioning programs.
Greg also regularly shares his expertise by teaching students and fellow medical and fitness professionals. He is a lecturer for graduate and undergraduate programs at SUNY Cortland and Upstate Medical University, and leads internship experiences for students from several other universities as well. He has been an invited speaker at regional medical and fitness education conferences and has been a featured expert on strengthcoach.com, one of the world’s leading sources for coaching education. He also co-created and teaches a series of coaching continuing education workshops along with Dr. Dillon Caswell.
He has been a competitive athlete himself as a runner, cyclist and triathlete. He currently enjoys staying active by continuing to run, hike, climb mountains and other outdoor adventures.
Susan Ives is a Physical Therapist Assistant who joined the Goldwyn & Boyland team in 2013 after graduating Summa Cum Laude from Onondaga Community College. She was a Physical Therapist Assistant A.A.S. Curriculum Honors student during her studies.
Her time spent at OCC started her journey to her second career as a PTA at Goldwyn &Boyland. Before this she was a certified athletic trainer who earned her Bachelors of Science in education at SUNY Cortland. She carried out a graduate assistantship at Cornell University for two years while getting her master's degree in Sports Medicine from Ithaca College in 1995. During her two-year assistantship at Cornell she worked with the women's soccer and gymnastics teams.
Susan began her professional career in 1995 working for Sports Physical Therapy of New York in Syracuse as a certified athletic trainer in both clinical and high school settings. While in Syracuse, she had the opportunity to work with area high school teams in a variety of sports including wrestling, football, hockey, and lacrosse. She enjoyed the responsibilities that came with the split between outpatient rehabilitation in the clinic and sports medicine coverage in high schools.
From 1999 to 2004, Susan was thrilled to return to work at Cornell University as the head athletic trainer of the women's gymnastic team, men's and women's swimming and diving teams, and aquatic therapy instructor. Four years were spent traveling with the women's gymnastic teams including when the team competed in the USAG National Collegiate Championships.
After becoming a mother of two, Susan decided to place her focus on raising her young children. When her children became school aged, she returned to school at Onondaga Community College. OCC gave her the ability to begin her second career at Goldwyn & Boyland. Even though the journey was long, it has given her the opportunity to change the lives of so many from all ages and ability levels.
Susan spends her free time enjoying her family's company, cycling and hiking with her husband, and gardening during the short summer months. It also brings her joy to use her abilities to strengthen the local citizens in her Strength and Balance class at St. Leo's Church in Tully.
Kristen Thompson has been a member of the Goldwyn & Boyland team since 2015. She graduated Summa Cum Laude with her Physical Therapist Assistant A.A.S. degree from Onondaga Community College, where she also received the Curriculum Honor Student Award. Growing up in South Africa, she discovered a passion for helping people of all cultures and backgrounds. She loves that she is now able to work alongside the team at Goldwyn & Boyland putting that passion into practice.
Kristen believes in the power of community when it comes to achieving personal goals. That is why she loves partnering with patients to help them on their own unique wellness journey. While she is committed to helping all patients, Kristen has a special interest in treating patients with chronic pain and chronic illnesses. Furthermore, Kristen has a passion in physical therapy treatment for patients with Parkinson’s disease. She has undergone further training for the most up to date and innovative techniques for this population. She has also attended continuing education courses covering the following techniques: Autonomic Awareness Training (AAT), Blomberg Rhythmic Movement Training (BRMT), and Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA).
When she is not in the clinic, Kristen enjoys spending time with her family and friends, volunteering with a community youth program, knitting, writing, running, and swimming.