Dr. Tyszkowski is a chiropractic physician specializing in a functional approach to pain management. He received his bachelor's degree in biology from the University of Vermont and his doctorate from The National University of Health Sciences in Chicago, Illinois. Following that he completed a 300 hour post-graduate course in neuro-musculo- skeletal medicine, specifically low tech rehabilitation. In 1996, he completed a course of study with the renowned late Vladimir Janda. Dr. Tyszkowski spent the next several years completing a Residency Training Program at the Rhode Island Spine Center, and taught nationally and internationally for several chiropractic colleges.
In 2000, Dr. Tyszkowski started his own private practice in Providence, Rhode Island. He became one of the first Chiropractic Physicians to be named a clinical staff member of Women and Infants Hospital, a Brown University Affiliate. In 2003, he co-founded the free chiropractic clinic for uninsured, low income women at the Women's Primary Care Center at Women & Infants' Hospital and has lectured throughout the hospital system on pregnancy related back pain.
Over the past ten years, he has written book chapters on Spinal Care, has been published in several peer-reviewed journals and has had his opinions published in the New England Journal of Medicine. He is a recognized expert on Functional Training, and has been interviewed on television, in magazines, on the radio and on the internet.
Dr. Ron avidly trains with kettlebells and is a blackbelt in Okinawan Karate. He currently resides in Warwick, Rhode Island with his wife, children and a crazy dog named Fergus.