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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 
Championship games.
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.