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Introducing Dr. Ryan Walton

  • Dr.
    Ryan Walton

    Dr. Ryan Walton is a licensed Chiropractor serving Cheyenne Wyoming and the surrounding area.

    Dr. Walton is excited to return to his home state of Wyoming to increase health and well being among the citizens of this great state.

    Dr. Walton was raised in Riverton where he graduated from Riverton High School in 2001. While in high school he was very active participating in basketball, track, and tennis. He enjoys getting out in the fresh Wyoming air and enjoying the outdoors, and loves to participate in any sport possible.

    He comes to Cheyenne with his beautiful wife Sandy and their cute kids Hailey, Courtney, Henry, and Zachary!

    Dr. Ryan Walton is a 2010 graduate of Logan College of Chiropractic in St. Louis Missouri. During his studies at Logan he received a Doctor of Chiropractic degree, as well as a Master degree in Sports Science and Rehabilitation, and a bachelor’s degree in Human Biology. Prior to attending Logan Dr. Walton received his bachelors degree in Exercise Science from Brigham Young University-Idaho.

    While attending chiropractic school Doctor Walton had the opportunity to treat top collegiate athletes at the University of Missouri and Missouri Baptist University, as well as local high school athletes to help them perform at their best. Dr. Walton also completed an internship at Colorado State University in the strength and conditioning department, working primarily with the football team. He loves to treat athletes and any level, and help them achieve their athletic goals.

    A low back injury while playing football in the 8th grade is what eventually led Dr. Walton to chiropractics. He felt that he could make a difference in people’s lives. Dr. Walton loves going to work every day and interacting with patients. He takes time to understand the needs of the patient to help them overcome the problems that are setting them back. Thus getting them better faster and returning to the things that they love to do!