Dr. Tyler Tredway


Physical Therapist / Doctor of Physical Therapy

  • PT - Physical Therapist
  • DPT - Doctor of Physical Therapy
  • OCS - Orthopedic Clinical Specialist, Board Certified
  • PHC - Pelvic Health Certified
  • TPDN - Trigger Point Dry Needling certified
  • Redcord Neurac trained

Tyler Tredway is a Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) and board certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist (OCS) who specializes in pelvic health for pregnant and postpartum moms. She works at Activcore in Atlanta, Georgia, located just 2 miles from Emory University.

Tyler's extensive clinical background and education make her uniquely qualified to handle more complex conditions like pelvic floor dysfunction, including bowel, bladder and sexual health problems. She holds a Bachelors degree in Dietetics and Nutrition from the University of Georgia, as well as a Doctorate degree in Physical Therapy from Emory University, ranked among the top 10 physical therapy schools in the country. She also has advanced post-graduate training in pelvic health for all genders, including internal pelvic examinations, through the Herman and Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute.

Tyler goes beyond the pelvic floor and looks at the whole body to help you recover from pain and injury, and safely return to a fulfilling life of sport, activity and wellness. She possesses a rare combination of highly developed skill sets in both orthopedics and pelvic health that make her exceptionally equipped to treat you from head to toe. In fact, she is among less than 10% of all physical therapists who have earned the prestigious OCS designation as an orthopedic clinical specialist. Additionally, she is recognized nationally as a leading authority in the application of Redcord, a suspension exercise system designed to help you develop a smarter, balanced body through the power of neuromuscular activation.

A lifelong interest in health and wellness led Tyler to pursue a career in physical therapy. She grew up being involved in several different sports, including track and cross country in high school and rowing in college. She has also completed several triathlons.

Her undergraduate degree is in nutrition, but a running injury at the end of college introduced her to physical therapy and inspired her to become a physical therapist. While working on her doctorate at Emory University, she became interested in pelvic health and the unique ways in which physical therapists can help address the needs of this underserved population. She is passionate about treating common issues that are currently normalized as inevitable effects from childbirth and aging.  As a new mom herself, she especially loves helping postpartum women overcome issues following pregnancy and childbirth to return to active lifestyles.

Tyler has developed a wide range of skills to help her patients achieve their goals, including manual therapy, trigger point dry needling, and neurac training with Redcord. Each patient receives a unique combination of interventions to address the underlying cause of their issues rather than just the symptoms to ensure that their results are sustainable.

My Blog Posts

All Blog Posts

How Breathing Exercises Can Help Ease Your Low Back Pain

You may have heard that strengthening your ‘core’ by doing core exercises can help with low back pain. This is true, but what exactly is your core? Most people think of their core as their abdominal muscles, but this is only looking at one piece of the puzzle.

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5 Exercises to Help You Return to Running Postpartum

So you just had your 6-week postpartum check-up and have been medically cleared for exercise for your doctor. That’s great news! ‍If you were a runner before giving birth, I’m sure you're eyeing your running shoes and feeling eager to get back out there.‍ But not so fast!...

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How Does Breastfeeding Affect the Pelvic Floor?

As a pelvic floor physical therapist, I see many new moms with pelvic floor dysfunction who are also breastfeeding. Common postpartum pelvic floor issues include pain with intercourse, pelvic organ prolapse, and urinary incontinence. How does breastfeeding affect these issues?

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What Exercises Are Safe for My Pelvic Floor?

Exercising with pelvic floor dysfunction can be scary, whether you are a mom who just had a baby, a dad who is recovering from prostate cancer surgery, or a CrossFitter who began leaking urine during certain lifting exercises. Regardless, you want to lead a healthy, active and strong lifestyle, but instead you are fearful of making things worse.

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Treatment for Ehlers Danlos Syndrome: A Chiropractor's Perspective

“What do you think about chiropractors?” is definitely on the top ten list of questions that I get as a physical therapist. It’s a loaded question because physical therapists and chiropractors are often seen as competitors, but it doesn’t have to be that way. The truth is that working with other healthcare providers that offer complementary services can be powerful in helping clients reach their goals. When I find a good chiropractor or massage therapist, I don’t hesitate to tell my clients about them. This is why I’m excited to introduce Dr. Jill Driver, a local chiropractor who provides innovative care with our friends at Pierce Chiropractic.

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How Do I Get My Body Back After Pregnancy?

“You don’t even look like you had a baby!” people say, as if it is the ultimate compliment a postpartum woman could receive. After growing a human being for 9 months, our goal is supposed to be to “bounce back” after giving birth as soon as possible. Wait for clearance at your 6 week follow-up, and you should be able to go back to your favorite bootcamp class and lose the rest of that baby weight, right?

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My Client Reviews

I was having back pain and could not figure out what was going on. I heard about Activcore from my PCP. She said that she regularly sends patients here, and that they all rave about the place. The facility is amazing! It is very modern. The COVID-19 procedures are top notch. I called the front desk and I was greeted by Dr. Tredway. She was wearing a mask and the clinic requires anyone that comes into the facility to be in a mask at all times. We went to Dr. Tredway's office. I told her about my pain. She evaluated me and we started working on some exercises. Dr. Tredway said that I had a muscle imbalance and that I needed to strengthen my glutes. Specifically, the outer glutes. We did more exercises on the Redcord machine and she assigned me what I should be working on at home. Before I knew it, the pain was gone and I could enjoy being more active. I would highly recommend Activcore to anyone who needs a physical therapist.

Rete O.

Tyler Tredway is the best! She has helped heal me on two occasions, both times without medication! If I need a physical therapist again, there's no one else I'd rather see.

Wardell S.

Tyler is very good explaining how to do the exercises (via telehealth) and what their purpose was. She is excellent to work with.

Jeanette H.

After just one session my mobility and confidence in my own body have improved tenfold!

Mary H.

Clear and thorough COVID safety guidelines. Impeccably clean office, space and equipment. Friendly, knowledgeable, compassionate staff (Tyler Tredway).

Emily W.

Tyler is already very persistent and creative in finding treatments that will help get rid of my pain.

Martha L.

Tyler is very good explaining how to do the exercises and their purpose. She is excellent to work with.

Jeanette H.

Great staff - professional, kind, extremely knowledgeable. Great programs and services. Attractive and comfortable location. Tyler Tredway is excellent.

Jeanne D.



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