Ryan J. Pratt, D.C.

Dr. Ryan Pratt is a native of Nashua, NH, and has been practicing professionally for close to 10 years. A graduate of Life University College of Chiropractic in Marietta, GA, he returned to his home state because, simply put, he loves New Hampshire and all it has to offer. He pursued chiropractic because of its proactive and non-invasive approach to health, its holistic view of the body, and its incredible positive effects on quality of life. His favorite part about being a chiropractor is being able to help people get back to doing what they love, educating patients on how their body works, and seeing the “lightbulbs” go off as they begin to better understand their body and how chiropractic helps them stay healthy.

Dr. Pratt has mastered both the structural and neurological aspects of chiropractic. In college, he focused primarily on Chiropractic BioPhysics due to its scientific foundation, its focus on spinal alignment, posture, and how they affect your health, and its basis of fundamental values that he too shares. Values such as “How do we go beyond just alleviating pain?”, “How do we improve overall health and function?” as well as the appreciation for analyzing a patient’s needs and goals and creating individualized treatment plans that will correct spinal alignment and improve overall health. Along with his vast experience, he incorporates state-of-the-art technology into his practice that assesses the nervous system for signs of abnormal neurologic function, which provides valuable insight into how well your body is adapting to stress, which further helps to pinpoint trouble areas and leads to better results faster.

Dr. Pratt maintains a healthy lifestyle and has many years of experience with CrossFit, weightlifting, wrestling, running, and other forms of fitness. He is familiar with the movements performed by athletes and gym-goers and the common issues they experience. Because of this, Dr. Pratt utilizes a movement analysis known as SFMA (Selective Functional Movement Assessment) to aid in assessing mobility and stability issues. He also uses a muscular therapy known as IMJT (Integrative Muscle and Joint Therapy), which helps improve mobility and muscular function.

Outside of his practice, Ryan is an avid drummer and hand percussionist. On the weekends, you can find him playing drums in his band, or you’ll catch him outside enjoying all the wonderful activities the Granite State has to offer; including hiking, camping, mountain biking, disc golf, trying out a new craft brewery, or relaxing with his wife at their favorite river spot up North. His friends often describe Ryan as being easy to talk to, passionate, funny, and possessing a willingness to help others.