Dr. Jesse Riley
Dr. Riley earned his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Logan College of Chiropractic located in St. Louis in 2013. From there he also earned his Master’s degree in Sports Rehabilitation after working with Dr. Craig Liebenson in Los Angeles, California.
Dr. Riley has spent the last several years immersing himself in not just conservative management of injuries but also pain management and biomechanics of running and sport. He uses techniques like the SFMA to assess from a biomechanical standpoint and specializes in multiple treatments like Functional Dry Needling, soft tissue and joint manipulation coupled with corrective exercises to reinforce the treatment.
Dr. Riley has worked with a wide variety of people including a specialization with the athletic population, both professional and amateur. He collaborates with many local trainers and gyms in the area including running coaches and Crossfit gyms. Before moving to Colorado, Dr. Riley spent many years working in Nashville, Tennessee and also practiced in Los Angeles, seeing many Olympic athletes along with consulting with many of the local sports teams.
Dr. Riley is relatively new to Colorado by way of Nashville. He prides himself on knowing where all the best places of interest are and many of the new emerging restaurants and locales and loves taking suggestions. In his spare time, he spends time with his fiancée, Hilary, trains at many different gyms ranging from kettlebells to metabolic conditioning, reading on the latest treatments and modern conservative pain management techniques/research, and keeping up with music and media if time permits. He believes life is a sport and takes a strategic plan to get you meet or exceed your goals.
State of Colorado Chiropractic Physician
Doctor of Chiropractic (D.C.)
Masters in Sports Rehabilitation and Exercise Science (M.S.)
Bachelors in Human Biology (B.S.)
Bachelors in Biomedical Sciences (B.S.) minoring in Psychology and Chemistry
Active Release Technique (Full Body Certified)
Integrative Dry Needling
Functional Dry Needling through Kinetacore
Kinesiotape (K Tape)
FMS (Level 1)
FMS (Y Balance)
SFMA (Level 1 and 2)
Biomechanics of Running