During his 533 NFL games, 4000+ practices, 29 training camps and zero (0) sick days, Mike Ryan was directly involved with every injury, illness, ailment, rehabilitation, surgery, special test and conversation involving all of his NFL players, coaches and football staff.
After 26 season as a certified athletic trainer and physical therapist in the NFL, Mike has been blessed with a firsthand education managing of a vast array of professional football injuries.
That type of extensive medical experience, along with 100+ races on his resume’, is a priceless wealth of sports medicine knowledge Mike wants to share with you.
Mike has the passion and vision to bring proven and trusted sports medicine techniques, typically reserved for elite athletes in the National Football League, to non-professional athletes just like you.
Mike’s elite sports medicine advice is always shared in the Mike Ryan Format: Info which is EASY to learn, SIMPLE to use and creates FAST results.
The dreaded knee injury. Many athletes cringe at the thought of torn ligaments in the knee. But the surrounding parts of the knee can impact knee injuries: thighs, knee joint, patellofemoral joint, quads and the upper shin.VIEW ALL
Ankle and foot injuries can cripple an athlete. Speed and explosiveness are dependent upon a proper functioning foot. There are five main parts of the ankle and foot that cause athletes pain and keep them on the sidelines: achilles tendon, ankle joint, arch and heel pain, foot and toes.VIEW ALL
The shoulder is the most dynamic and movable joint in the body. Shoulder injuries are frequently caused by athletic activities that involve excessive, repetitive, overhead motion, such as swimming, tennis, pitching, and weightlifting.VIEW ALL
Athletes and non-athletes alike are susceptible to low back pain. The complexity of the lumbar spine is extensive and the philosophies for treating individuals suffering from low back pain vary greatly.VIEW ALL