MEET THE TEAM
Climb Physical Therapy and Nutrition is owned by
Brittany Ryan, DPT and Lydia Fowler MS, RD, LDN.
They created Climb to combine their specialties and reach patients with a more “whole person” approach. They each bring their expertise, working together with patients to guide them on their journey to eat better, move better, and be better.
MS, RD, LDN
Co-Founder and Registered Dietitian
Lydia has a passion for community and empowering others through improved nutrition and exercise. Her educational background includes her Bachelors in Exercise Science and her Masters in Exercise and Nutrition Science at Lipscomb University in Nashville, TN then a dietetic internship at University Hospital in Augusta, GA. Since 2012, Lydia has worked as a Registered Dietitian in Columbia, TN in community and outpatient settings. Her specialties include diabetes education, disease management and prevention, exercise and performance nutrition and corporate wellness solutions. She brings her experiences together in excellent patient care and a holistic approach to the ‘whole person’, striving for better health outcomes for each individual.
Co-Founder and Physical Therapist
Brittany graduated from Oakland University in Rochester, Michigan with a Bachelors in Health Science. She then travelled down to the south to attend Belmont University in Nashville, TN for her Doctorate in Physical Therapy. She graduated in August 2017. Over the years she has been certified in integrative dry needling and LSVT-BIG program for Parkinson’s disease. Over her career thus far Brittany has had experience with many orthopedic injuries, acute pain, chronic pain, neurological disorders, balance disorders, vertigo and dizziness, pediatrics, and geriatrics. She has a passion for decreasing pain and eliminating impairments while educating patients on how they can continue to maintain an active lifestyle once they are ready to graduate from physical therapy. She also has a strong understanding that the best way to help with physical impairments requires the patient to take a look at their nutrition and how they are fueling their bodies.