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About Primal Chiropractic

A global approach to injury prevention & recovery

Ryan Gawron holds a Doctor of Chiropractic Medicine degree from National University of Health Sciences. He has a Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science from Southern Illinois University. And he is certified in the Global Rehabilitation and Injury Prevention (GRIP) Approach, a highly effective treatment system.

Since opening Primal Chiropractic in December 2014, his practice has been a two-time winner of the Best of Chicago’s Southland award for top chiropractor.

Dr. Ryan has been a sports enthusiast all his life and began his career as a personal trainer. He continues to follow the most respected strength coaches, trainers, chiropractors and physical therapists in the industry. Keeping up with the latest research allows him to provide his patients with cutting-edge treatments.

Primal Chiropractic treats patients with a variety of conditions, including:

  • sciatica
  • disc herniation
  • back pain and stiffness
  • hip pain and degeneration
  • pelvic floor rehabilitation
  • movement limitation
  • athletic performance
  • athletic injury
  • chronic pain
  • headaches and migraines
  • infant developemnt
Dr. Ryan is a firm believer in practicing what he preaches. His philosophy is simple: eat clean, move smart and rest hard! He believes that living by these principles yields optimal health and can prevent or delay many internal pathologies.
Dr. Ryan is a certified clinical practitioner of the GRIP approach. This treatment system considers the body as a whole, since the site of pain often is not the source of pain. Using the GRIP method, Dr. Ryan identifies movement limitations and then provides tailored exercises or soft tissue therapy to help his patients feel and move better. He also helps patients develop a full understanding of their body movements and how to prevent pain from occurring again.
 

“There is nothing I would rather be doing than working to make a positive impact on all of my patients at Primal Chiropractic.”

— Dr. Ryan Gawron