Jason graduated from the University of Victoria with a Bachelor of Education, with teaching specialties in Physical Education and Biology. He then completed a Masters of Physiotherapy at the University of British Columbia. He has worked in a variety of health care settings, including private practices where he gained experience with athletic, motor vehicle and work-related injuries among many other conditions. Jason has also worked in both Seniors and Children's Health. His experience includes working in home and community care, long-term care as well as supporting children with disabilities at the Queen Alexandra Center for Children's Health in Victoria.
As both a physical education teacher and physiotherapist with extensive pediatric experience, he is passionate about working with children. Jason is a parent of a child with special needs and understands the demands of juggling the everyday care and medical needs of an exceptional child.
Vestibular rehabilitation is another one of Jason's clinical interests. He has advanced post-graduate training in concussion and vestibular rehabilitation and enjoys helping people overcome balance disorders, concussions, dizziness and vertigo.
Jason is committed to evidence-based health care and has done medical research ranging from repetitive stress injuries in the baby boomer generation to the effectiveness of stretching with children with disabilities. He is currently working as a co-Physical Therapy Broker with Alison Hoens. For more information about this role please visit: https://physicaltherapy.med.ubc.ca/physical-therapy-knowledge-broker/