Dr. Ryan Leach began his journey in chiropractic while attending Jenks High School in Tulsa, Oklahoma. As a tennis player competitive at the high school, regional, and national level, he experienced the benefits of chiropractic care through treatment of several musculoskeletal injuries. After experiencing the positive results of chiropractic first hand, he developed a passion for the discipline.
Dr. Leach studied pre-med at the University of Arkansas, earning his BS in biology in 2009. He then attended Logan College of Chiropractic in Chesterfield, Missouri, where he earned an additional bachelor's in human biology followed by his doctoral degree in 2012. While at Logan, Dr. Leach became proficient in multiple techniques including Logan Basic, Diversified, Thompson, and Cox flexion/distraction. In November of 2012 he became full body certified in Active Release Technique (ART), which he uses as a supplement to chiropractic adjusting.
After graduating from Logan, Dr. Leach had the privilege of working under Dr. Kurt Ochsner in Tulsa, the same doctor that treated him as a high school athlete and led him into chiropractic years before. While at Ochsner Chiropractic Center, he treated a wide scope of patients ranging from weeks old to patients in their nineties and everything in between. After two years of practicing with a very general scope, he found that he was drawn to what brought him into chiropractic a decade earlier- musculoskeletal injury and rehabilitation with a focus on fitness and sports training.
Dr. Autumn Barton Leach was born and raised in the upstate of South Carolina, where she was active in competitive dance and cheerleading for over ten years. After a low back injury at the age of fourteen, Dr. Autumn was fortunate enough to discover the healing art of chiropractic and her life was changed. She immediately connected with the chiropractic philosophy that centers around the body's self-healing capabilities and knew without any doubt she had found her career path.
In 2009, she graduated from the University of South Carolina Upstate and moved to Saint Louis, MO, where she earned a second BS degree in Life Science and her doctorate from Logan College of Chiropractic in 2012. Dr. Autumn uses a variety of techniques including Diversified, Thompson, Logan Basic, Webster, and SOT. She has additional training in prenatal and pediatric care through the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA) as well as enzyme therapy and is a certified Internal Health Specialist through the Loomis Institute.
Dr. Autumn has practiced in Missouri, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Oklahoma. In November of 2015, she moved to Pittsburgh with her husband to join FASTER's team. She is passionate about nutrition, living a holistic lifestyle, and helping others achieve optimal health through natural health care.