yan Johnson graduated from the University of California San Francisco (UCSF) with his Doctorate in Physical Therapy. After graduating, Ryan enrolled in the Institute of Physical Art’s APTA Credentialed Orthopedic Residency where he spent 8 months in Eugene, Oregon treating a mix of sports, orthopedic and neurological patients with a focus on enhancing the function of the human body. He then moved to Delhi, India, and worked for 3 months as Residency Co-Director/Instructor for the Institute of Physical Art’s Functional Manual Therapy Residency program where he was involved in training 14 Indian Physiotherapists in Functional Manual Therapy. Upon returning from India he tested for his Certification in Functional Manual Therapy (CFMT), which he passed with distinction (greater than 94% cumulative score) and the highest overall score of that year. In 2012 he relocated to New York City to go through the Institute of Physical Art’s AAOMPT/APTA Credentialed Functional Manual Therapy Fellowship program, where he was hired as the first employee at IPA Manhattan Physical Therapy.