Dr. Ryan Pilsner – Chiropractor

As far back as I can remember I have always asked HOW and WHY. As a child I quenched my curiosity by taking apart anything I could get my hands on. I loved to find out how something was made and understand how it worked. When I began learning about the human body I continued to ask the questions, what is it made of (structure) and how does it work (function) but I realized another question needed to be answered. I have spent over a decade answering my third question which is “How does a human get and stay healthy?”

My path has taken me from the University of Wisconsin La-Crosse to Life University in Marietta, GA where I studied Chiropractic and found how I could help people find true health. I realized that a healthy lifestyle begins during childhood so I studied Pediatric Chiropractic and I’m currently certified in the Webster Technique by the I.C.P.A. I believe in living an active lifestyle so I performed post-grad studies in Sports Chiropractic and enjoy running, hiking, camping, biking and in 2006 I completed an Ironman Triathlon.

I currently use my background to help families in Fort Collins get and stay healthy by listening to their needs, improving their structure and function with gentle chiropractic care and teaching them how to reach their health related goals.

Are you ready to take action and make a change?


Brittany grew up living a holistic lifestyle and started her chiropractic journey being adjusted the first day she was born. She greets all patients with her warm personality and bright smile, making each patient feel welcomed. When she is not at the front desk scheduling or educating patients on a healthy lifestyle you can find her playing with the children or holding babies in the office. . Brittany strives to live a healthy lifestyle herself by being active in CrossFit, spending time with her dog, traveling or being outside drinking coffee, enjoying the sun.


Rachael is a native of Fort Collins Colorado, and she graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Sciences at Colorado State University. She completed her x-ray training through the Colorado State Board of Chiropractic Examiners and is responsible for taking the necessary x-rays for new and established patients. She truly has a passion for science and the innate power of the human body, and her joy for the profession comes out in her quality of work. Rachael spends her free time playing volleyball, enjoying time with friends and family, and hiking with her dog.