Ryan Juarez, DPT, SCS, ATC, CSCS
B.S., Athletic Training, University of Michigan (2007)
Doctorate of Physical Therapy, University of Saint Augustine, San Diego Campus (2011)
- Dry Needling Certified
- Personalized Blood Flow Restriction Rehabilitation Certified
- Board Certified, Sports Physical Therapy
- Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist
- Licensed Physical Therapist since 2011
- Certified Athletic Trainer since 2007
- Athletic injuries
- Spine injuries
- Shoulder, Knee, Foot/Ankle injuries
- Injury Prevention
- Sports Performance Training
- Speed and Developmental Training
Ryan graduated from the University of Michigan in 2007 with a degree in Athletic Training, began interning with the San Diego Chargers, and then decided to pursue his studies in Physical Therapy. He completed his Doctorate in Physical Therapy at the University of Saint Augustine in 2011. Ryan then became the San Diego Chargers’ first full-time Assistant Athletic Trainer/Physical Therapist. He also worked as the Head Football Athletic Trainer/Physical Therapist at Fresno State University, Head Athletic Trainer for the San Diego Fleet of the Alliance of American Football League, Director of Football Rehab at Rutgers University, and Director of Rehab at Tennessee Tech University.
Ryan has been involved in sports throughout his life, playing football, basketball, baseball, and soccer growing up. This led him to pursue a degree in Athletic Training to work with injured athletes from a variety of sports. Ryan has provided care for NFL, NCAA, professional, semi-professional, and high school athletes.
Ryan began working at Atlanta Sport and Spine in 2020 and has performed extensive continuing education in outpatient orthopedics, injury prevention, biomechanical, and sport physical therapy. He works with patients of all ages with specialties in knee rehab, shoulder rehab, back/neck injuries, foot/ankle rehab, and athletic problems. With his athletic training experience, he has a great background working with athletic injuries such as concussions, muscle strains, tendonitis, and overuse injuries.
When not treating patients, Ryan enjoys spending time with his wife, Carol, practicing his Catholic Faith, and volunteering at his local church. Ryan and Carol have been married since September 2019.