Jason played division 1 ice hockey at the College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, MA. 7 days after graduation, he flew to southwestern Alaska to work as a fly fishing guide. He traveled back and forth between Alaska and Patagonia for 10 years: AK 4 months of the trout and salmon seasons, and 8 months of the year operating a fly fishing lodge on a river in southern Patagonia, Chile.
When Jason decided to go back to school, he had been out for so long he had to take all of the prerequisites for PT school before he could apply to grad school. After 18 months of prerequisites, he went to the University of Saint Augustine, Saint Augustine, FL, where he first learned to manipulate and dry needle, obtaining his doctorate degree in 2015. In 2017 Jason obtained his Manual Therapy Certification (MTC) from Saint Augustine.
Following school, Jason worked as a traveling PT in outpatient clinics and also taught dry needling and spinal manipulation. During these years Jason met his wife Angela, who also went to Saint Augustine in CA. Jason and Angela own Intricate Art Spine & Body Solutions and teach all courses together.
Angela continues to work as a travelling PT, and Jason treats patients pro bono throughout the week when he is not teaching.
Favorite Hobbies: Jason enjoys most in life are traveling, fishing, golfing, reading, surfing, rock climbing, hiking, painting, drawing and what he does for work.