Jason grew up in Lawton, Oklahoma as an “Army Brat”. He graduated from MacArthur High School in 1998. He attended Cameron University and earned his Bachelors of Science in Biology in 2003. Upon graduation, he went to work for the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation sequencing DNA in a process called genotyping. In 2007, Jason achieved his Master’s in Physical Therapy from the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center.
After graduating from physical therapy school, Jason returned to Lawton to work for the county hospital. In 2008, Jason had the opportunity to become the lead physical therapist for Oklahoma Physical Therapy Spine Care and Sports Rehab – Lawton. During this time, Jason entered the Oklahoma Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy (OIOMT) Fellowship program, which was one of sixteen credentialed programs. He completed the Fellowship program in 2010 gaining advanced manual therapy techniques and exercise to provide the highest level of care.
Jason specializes in orthopedic manual therapy for treating extremity and spinal dysfunction across the lifespan. He also integrates trigger point dry needling as a method for treatment of musculoskeletal dysfunction.