Reach Health And Wellness Chiropractic Opens In Collegedale

Friday, October 20, 2017
Dr. Ryan Lee at the new Reach Health and Wellness Chiropractic office
Dr. Ryan Lee at the new Reach Health and Wellness Chiropractic office

Reach Health and Wellness Chiropractic is the newest business to join the Collegedale and Ooltewah community.

"The goal of Reach Health and Wellness Chiropractic is to achieve outstanding results that enhance our patient’s quality of life and allow them to reach their optimal health through providing excellent care," said Dr. Ryan Lee, the practicing doctor for the new business. 

Reach also plans to be a community resource for education and promotion of healthy living and holistic healthcare.  Reach plans to bring awareness to other little-known benefits that patients have seen from chiropractic care, including relief from allergies, carpal tunnel syndrome, pain and numbness, headaches and migraines, neuralgia, sports and car injuries, asthma, stress, and more. 

After completing his first college years at Chattanooga State College, Dr. Ryan went to the University of Chattanooga and began working with Dr. Christopherson at Healthsource (now North Shore Chiropractic). The next year, Dr. Ryan started at Life University in Marietta, Ga. where he completed his Bachelor’s Degree in Biology as well as the four-year post graduate Doctorate of Chiropractic in 2016.

Dr. Ryan has performed thousands of adjustments with said he looks forward to serving the Ooltewah, Collegedale, and greater Chattanooga communities.  

A Chattanooga native, Dr. Ryan is actively involved in Kiwanis and enjoys physical exercise, sports, traveling with his wife, Lauren, and spending time with his two young sons, Roan and Jace. 




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