Ryan uses his extensive knowledge of human anatomy and biomechanical principles to identify any movement faults that may be leading to pain. With advanced training in the Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA) and manual techniques, Ryan has the unique ability to identify your specific movement impairments. This allows him to personalize a treatment plan based on how you might be moving differently than what would be expected that could lead to pain.
Ryan has had the opportunity to work with patients from 4 to 102 years old and successfully implemented rehabilitation programs for patients with many different complaints and injuries. Ryan especially loves working with athletes and relating the exercises in the clinic to performance on the field. Whether it is rehabilitation after a surgical procedure or pain that is limiting your ability to do the things that you love, Ryan is able to use his training, experience, and the latest research in order to develop an effective plan for getting you back to living the life that you want to live without pain.
When he’s not in the clinic, Ryan can be found cheering on the Patriots, working out at the gym, hiking mountains, cooking with his wife Francesca, or playing with his Japanese bobtail cat, Poppy.