Ryan Adams, PT, DPT, Cert. DN graduated from UW-Madison with his undergraduate degree in biochemistry and his graduate degree in physical therapy. Ryan completed the graduate DPT program in 2013. While it seems that Ryan’s undergraduate degree does not apply to his graduate degree, he feels that it helps him understand the microscopic processes within the body as well as the macroscopic and dynamic moving systems that allows people to move.
As a physical therapist, Ryan prioritizes the needs of each individual to allow for them to optimize recovery. He believes in this approach through his experience and training.
Ryan has completed advanced training in dry needling, management of Parkinson’s disease (PWR! training), further vestibular training for the management of BPPV (benign paroxysmal positional vertigo) and post-concussive syndrome. He also acquired assisted soft tissue mobilization certification through Hawk’s Grips.
Ryan has worked hard to acquire knowledge in concussion and post-concussion syndrome assessment and treatment. He is a big advocate in helping his community become more educated in how manage and care for your concussion. He believes that we are hitting a point in our care where proper treatment can expediate and improve recovery.
Ryan lives in Burlington with his wife and two children. Ryan has clinical interests in management running and cycling injuries. When Ryan has free time outside of his family. He likes to run, cycle, brew beer and catch up on reading. Ryan looks forward to working with you on your physical therapy needs and goals.