Continuing Education

Across The Company


We believe in constant learning through continued education and professional development in order to train our team, learn from each other, and be the best practicing clinicians in the country.

What It Looks Like

Quarterly Sessions:

Better healthcare starts with us. To be the best we can be for our patients, we need to push ourselves out of our comfort zones, ask better questions and think differently about the answers. Sessions occur quarterly and we teach them internally. They allow us to not only be great at what we do but to learn and build new skills that will help us make a difference.

Think Tank:

Each week we co-treat a patient together within each office. The goal of Think Tank is to develop, refine, and discuss clinical reasoning and patient communication so that we can collaborate and grow as clinicians together.

Spinal & Extremity Manipulation Weekend Intensives:

Each quarter we host a continuing education course that focuses on spinal and extremity manipulation. Instructed by both a John Mark Tyler (chiropractor) and Shelly Tyler (manual physical therapy fellow), these course focus on developing and refining manual techniques.

What It Provides

Yearly membership to your professional organization including state chapter and section of interest.

Attend continuing education courses of your interest and your choosing. Many of our clinicians dive deep into topics or explore other areas of wellness.


Access to MedBridge for courses and for home exercise programs.

APTA/ Chiropractic Association

Yearly membership to your professional organization including state chapter and section of interest.

Continued Education Courses

Spinal & Extremity Manipulation Weekend Intensive

Our rehabilitation specialists team up for a weekend intensive course in Owensboro, Kentucky. This course is focused on spinal and extremity manipulation and applying these principles to clinical practice with an evidence-based approach. At RPI we are looking for licensed physical therapists who are approved for 15 contact hours by the Kentucky State Board of Physical Therapy.

Topics of Discussion



John Mark Tyler

DC- Chiropractor, Personal Trainer, Clinic Director, Teaching Faculty

Shelly Tyler

DPT, COMT, OCS, FAAOMPT- Physical Therapist, Vice President, Chief Clinical Officer, Teaching Faculty

Scheduled Courses: No public dates scheduled at this time. Please contact us for a private in-house course hosting.

Course Registration: Please contact for registration prices and private course rates. Please contact Shelly Tyler for more information

John Mark was born in Jackson, Mississippi. In 2003, he found his way to the University of Evansville where he pursued his college soccer career and undergraduate degree. In 2011, John Mark then graduated from Logan College of Chiropractic in Chesterfield, MO.

John Mark has a passion for sports performance and family wellness. He enjoys being able to incorporate therapeutic exercise and nutritional counseling into his treatment sessions with patients. John Mark is Graston Level 1 Certified, Level 1 Certified in Functional Dry Needling, is a Certified Personal Trainer by the NCCA, and is a Certified Level 1 Crossfit Coach.

He enjoys staying active, snow skiing, teaching fitness classes, and being with his family. He is married to Shelly Tyler. They are able to combine their passions into one organization and make an impact on the Owensboro community.

Shelly, a native of Owensboro, graduated from University of Evansville in 2010 with her Doctorate in Physical Therapy (DPT). Following graduation, she has completed her Certificate of Orthopaedic Manual Therapy (COMT) through the Ola Grimsby Institute and obtained her Orthopaedic Certified Specialist (OCS) board certification in 2013. In 2016, Shelly graduated from Regis University as Owensboro’s first and only Fellow of Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapy.

Shelly is certified in Level 1 and 2 Functional Dry Needling, Functional Movement Systems, the Selective Functional Movement Assessment, and Y-balance Testing. She is a credentialed clinical instructor through the APTA and teaches as an adjunct professor at the University of Evansville.

Shelly is married to Dr. John Mark Tyler, and they have two boys, Grayson and Paxton, and one girl, Abbi Grace. They love their local church and the Owensboro community. Her interests include: playing the violin, yoga, participating in triathlons, snow skiing, painting, and spending time with her family.

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