Dr. Tyler Nelson is a recent graduate of Logan University, obtaining his doctorate in April of 2014 and his masters in exercise rehabilitation in September of that same year. He completed his masters internship at Brigham Young Universities under Brett Mortensen and is currently one of the chiropractic physicians for the BYU athletics department. He is currently dry needling certified and trained in sport’s performance rehabilitation with an emphasis on functional movement and neuromuscular re-education. He received his Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist certificate through the NSCA in 2015 and enjoys writing strength programs for athletes in the Salt Lake valley. Currently Tyler is an adjunct faculty member at SLCC where he teaches human anatomy and physiology. His primary interest is in neurobiological pain science and furthering the protocols and guidelines created for treating chronic spinal pain.
Dr. Laney Nelson is from Utah where he was in clinical practice as a chiropractor in Taylorsville UT for 25 years prior to being hired as the director of sports medicine at Logan University. He has been the official chiropractor for Brigham Young University, University of Missouri, Lindenwood University, and the Utah Grizzlies Professional Hockey Club. Dr. Nelson has extensive experience with manipulation under epidural and intra-articular anesthesia with Cottonwood and Pioneer Valley Hospital. Dr. Nelson is certified in dry needling, class IV laser, decompression and manipulation under Anesthesia. From 2005-2013 he served as the director of the Biofreeze Sports and Rehabilitation Center at Logan University. Dr. Nelson was instrumental in developing the sports medicine curriculum and clinical relationships with University of Missouri, Lindenwood University, Missouri Baptist University and numerous youth track and field programs. He has participated in numerous national and regional track & field championships as well developing integrated chiropractic procedures for numerous university sports medicine programs. He was selected as the 2011 Chiropractic Sports Physician of the year by the American Academy of Chiropractic Sports Physicians. Dr. Nelson developed Logan Universities Masters of Sport and Exercise Science Program and oversaw the internships associated with that program. Dr. Nelson has extensive international and national lecturing experience through many different associations, both medical and chiropractic. Upon returning to Utah, Dr. Nelson has continued his relationship with BYU and is developing a state wide system of sports chiropractic centers to service the needs of the communities in Utah. Currently he is developing a chiropractic fellowship program for Logan University and will place his son Tyler Nelson as the first doctor of chiropractic in that program.
Father-son team with new technologies
With the onset of electronic health records, our clinic has the latest version of Chirotouch software, the premier digital record keeping system to efficiently and safely manage your healthcare needs. With each doctor having a personal Ipad, we can capture both video and photographic information to document your success at our clinic!