Tyler Davila, OT, OTD, OTR/L


  • 615 S Randall Rd Suite 107, St. Charles, IL 60174
  • (630) 506-5281
  • tdavila@drsofpt.com


  • Hand Therapy
  • NBCOT certification
  • Geriatrics
  • Wrist, Hand, Arm,, Shoulder Rehabilitation

About me

Tyler received his Doctor of Occupational Therapy degree from the University of Mary in 2021. He has worked in a wide range of settings such as geriatric assisted living/memory care, inpatient rehabilitation, and currently, in outpatient hand therapy. As a doctoral student, Tyler created and implemented a cost-effective, feasible, and successful 8-week well-elderly program that improved older adults’ health and well-being. Tyler is enrolled in a certified hand therapy mentorship program under Kleiser Therapy, an organization providing exceptional hand, arm, and shoulder rehabilitation treatment since 1986. His mission is to provide excellent care and assist clients in reaching their desired goals in therapy.


  • University of Mary, 2021, Doctor of Occupational Therapy
  • Elmhurst College, 2015, Bachelor of Science in Exercises Science, Minor in Psychology


Tyler’s interest to become an occupational therapist was influenced by the physical and occupational therapists that contributed to his successful recovery as a patient. He found the value in therapy and is determined to assist others in need with their recovery. In his free time, Tyler enjoys sports, hiking, exercising, movies, boating, traveling, and spending quality time with family/friends.


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