Ryan earned his Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science from Georgia State University in 2017. He then completed his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree at Georgia State University in May, 2020.
Ryan is a long-time fitness and science enthusiast who has always had a fascination for the effects of exercise on the musculoskeletal and nervous system, and the ability of exercise to improve the natural healing process. He has a passion for treating a variety of different patient populations, with an emphasis on improving movement control and self-awareness for spine and joint health. Areas of interest include post-operative care, athletic injury, vestibular disorders, and chronic pain. He aims to improve patient conditions through the use of a variety of advanced exercise and manual therapy techniques including dry needling. He believes that providing thorough education will produce independent patients who have greater control of their physical well-being and overall health.