Ryan earned his Bachelors of Science degree in Exercise Science and Doctor of Physical Therapy degree at SUNY Buffalo. In addition to being a doctor of physical therapy, Ryan is certified strength and conditioning specialist (since 2014) and is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association and National Strength and Conditioning Association.
In graduate school, Ryan had acquired experience in a variety of settings including orthopedics, neurologic rehabilitation, pediatrics, geriatrics, and sports during his rotations and residencies. In his past work and experience in orthopedics, Ryan has worked with pre and post-operative rotator cuff injuries, labral tears, tendonitis, low back pain, disc injuries, ACL injuries and repairs, ankle sprains, tennis elbow, post Tommy John (Ulnar Collateral Ligament) surgery, and various other orthopedic injuries.
During Ryan’s time as an undergraduate he was a member of the Division 1 baseball program and completed internships with the collegiate strength and conditioning program and athletic training department. During these experiences, Ryan gained worked with baseball, basketball, swimming and diving, track and field, wrestling, soccer, tennis, and volleyball players/teams. While playing baseball at SUNY Buffalo, Ryan was awarded the Ideal Bull - Male Student Athlete Leadership Award. This experience as a student athlete, and time training various athletes, has helped shape Ryan’s current treatment approaches and understand the level of performance that athletes and active individuals wish to return too.
Ryan has a special interest in treating shoulder and upper extremity injuries, with a keen interest in throwing athletes. In his off time you can find him lifting things up and putting them down or with his head in a book.
Whatever your goals are, Ryan is able to provide his patients with and individualized program to meet them and improve your performance.