Ryne graduated from Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles with his Bachelors of Science in Natural Science in 2012 before making the trek out to Omaha where he attended and graduated from Creighton University with his Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2015.
As a clinician, Ryne believes heavily in treating the whole person. He strives to make the rehabilitation process fun and exciting as maintaining a positive outlook improves the physical, mental and emotional components involved with an injury. In treatments, Ryne believes in an evidence-based approach utilizing the manual therapy skills acquired throughout his young career combined with therapeutic activities and exercises geared towards improving function.
Outside the clinic, Ryne is a Portland native and a graduate of Jesuit High School where he participated in soccer, basketball and lacrosse. Recently, Ryne has become very active in endurance events including triathlons, half marathons and marathons having participated in the 2016 Age Group Triathlon National Championships this past August. Ryne is also passionate about critically acclaimed film and television.