Dr. Ryan Hansen

Chiropractor and Manual Therapist

Dr. Ryan Hansen serves as a chiropractor and manual therapist at CSP-FL. Ryan is native to the Pacific Northwest, where he first started his journey into sports medicine during his undergraduate education at Western Oregon University, where he played baseball for two years and ran track and field for three years – and became a top-10 800m runner in the country. Dr. Hansen earned his Doctorate of Chiropractic and Masters of Sports Medicine at the University of  Western States in Portland, Oregon. He has been working in Seattle in the sports medicine field with a manual therapy and rehabilitation focus since 2019. In addition to his chiropractic training, Ryan is well versed in a variety of manual therapy approaches, including Fascial Manipulation (FM), Active Release Techniques (ART), and Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS) Manual Therapy. While prepared to treat a variety of muscular skeletal conditions, given his track and field background, Ryan is particularly intrigued by lower extremity challenges. He loves being able to provide support and knowledge to young athletes to help them advance their careers, and help active adults keep their athleticism alive.

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Free Access to Eric’s 47-Minute UNE Lecture

Hip-Shoulder Separation in Rotational Athletes: Making Sense of the Thoracic Spine.

Welcome to Cressey Sports Performance

Over the years, Eric Cressey’s given this lecture to more than 10,000 coaches, players, sports medicine professionals and enthusiasts and it’s been a huge hit. In the video, you will observe a lot of our CSP athletes training and learn:

  • Why different athletes need different approaches to power development?

  • Why it’s essential that you learn to train outside the sagittal plane?
  • Which medicine ball and plyometric variations I use with baseball players?
  • Why not all throwers have identical deceleration patterns or training needs?

  • How your arm care programs can be improved to reduce the risk of injury and improve throwing velocity?