Ryan Sellan is a physiotherapist at Cleveland Clinic Canada.
Mr. Sellan has always been drawn to sports and kinesiology. Combined with his love of the healthcare field and his desire to help people, he knew physiotherapy was the right path for him. He completed his Bachelor of Medical Science at the University of Western Ontario before going on to complete his Master of Science in Physical Therapy from the University of Toronto. Since then, Mr. Sellan has worked in a variety of clinical settings and specializes in assessments and daily treatments including manual therapy, soft-tissue release, taping, exercise, modalities, and acupuncture. He’s also experienced in strength and conditioning, dry needling, Biodex strength assessments, chiropractic, naturopathic, massage therapy, shockwave therapy and athletic taping in-services.
Mr. Sellan is particularly interested in sports injuries, acupuncture and manual therapy treatments. He believes that exercise is the best stress reliever and he is dedicated to getting his patients back to doing what they love. Always interested in learning the latest in his field, Mr. Sellan regularly attends courses and continuing education studies.
When he's not treating patients, Mr. Sellan likes to play basketball, volleyball and football. He also enjoys spending time with family, listening to music and going to concerts.
- Master of Science
- Physical Therapy
- University of Toronto
- Toronto, ON
- Bachelor of Medical Science (Honours)
- University of Western Ontario
- London, ON
- APTEI Introductory Acupuncture and Dry Needling
- Level 1 Manual Therapy Exam
- CPA Orthopaedic Division Manual Therapy Levels
- FCAMPT Designation, Level 2 – Lower
- Mulligan Concepts
- McKenzie Mechanical Diagnosis
- Neurokinetic Therapy
- Standard First Aid Training and CPR/AED Level C
Awards and Honours
- University of Toronto Intramural Award for Participation and Performance
- University of Toronto PT Participation Award for volunteer work and extracurricular activities
- Dean’s Honors List/Honor Roll
- East Gwillimbury Proficiency Award
- Manual therapy
- Sports injuries
- Canadian Physiotherapy Association (Orthopaedic division)