Dr. Ryan Boyd
Chiropractic, ART®, FR®, Medical Acupuncture, Graston®, Exercise Therapy, Titleist Performance Institute Medical Level 2 Certified
Dr. Boyd is a native Calgarian. Throughout his life Ryan has been heavily involved in the soccer community, both as a player, and a coach. As a competitive athlete, Ryan relied heavily on chiropractic care, proper fitness training, and rehabilitation methods to be able to perform at a high level.
Ryan decided to pursue his passion in fitness and athletics by attending the University of Calgary, graduating with a Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology. While pursuing his degree, Ryan decided to take on the role of a student-athlete, as a member of the University of Calgary Dinos Men’s Soccer team. Ryan still actively plays league soccer in his spare time outside the clinic.
Ryan continued pursuing knowledge in the field of health and wellness while attending the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC) in Toronto. While at CMCC, Ryan developed a greater understanding of how to properly treat (and even prevent) various injuries. Summers off while attending Chiropractic College were spent maintaining an active role in the Calgary community, working as a fitness consultant and personal trainer in a network of corporate gyms downtown run by “Health Systems Group.”
Ryan is a certified Active Release Techniques® (ART®) and Functional Range Release® (FR®) provider, and has Graston Technique® certification as well. Additionally, he graduated from the Contemporary Medical Acupuncture program at McMaster University.
Golf has always been a passion for Ryan. He grew up playing as many courses as he could across Western Canada. Recently, Ryan has been specializing in the treatment and rehabilitation of golfers. Titleist Performance Institute (TPI®) courses taken (Level 1 and Medical Level 2) allow Ryan to effectively help his golfers treat and prevent golf-related injuries, as well as increasing their golf performance.
Outside the clinic Ryan also enjoys distance running as a way to stay fit. He has run two half marathons (among a variety of other races) as recent as last summer.