Clinical Assistant Professor
University of Kansas Medical Center
Kansas City, Kansas
A graduate of Kansas State University with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology, Jason obtained a Master of Science in Physical Therapy from KU Medical Center in 2002. He received a Doctorate of Philosophy in Rehabilitation Science from KU Medical Center in 2014. He has practiced physical therapy in the Kansas City metropolitan area since 2002, with clinical experience ranging from acute and intensive care, to skilled nursing and inpatient rehabilitation. He currently provides physical therapy services in the multi-disciplinary amyotrophic lateral sclerosis clinic at KU Medical Center, and instructs and assists several courses in neurologic and orthopedic physical therapy in the Doctor of Physical Therapy program. A member of the Georgia Holland Research Laboratory, Jason has been involved in a number of projects investigating the cognitive and functional effects of diabetes, as well as the effects of exercise and physical activity on diabetic peripheral neuropathy.