Jason graduated in 2007 from Rutgers Business school with a Finance degree, but he started physical therapy as a patient for his shoulders many years ago, which helped him tremendously. This event was also a wake-up call for him to start getting into shape and he began to exercise consistently. Jason says exercise has made such a significant difference in his life, he has kept it a pillar of his schedule ever since being a patient for the first time.
Following his first job in the accounting world, he decided to move into the fitness world and became a personal trainer; he obtained his Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist certificate (CSCS) from the NSCA in 2011. Being a trainer was rewarding, but it was not consistent enough. After four years as a trainer in various gyms, he realized that he had to make a change. Jason decided to leave the business world, and pushed further into the healthcare field.
In 2019 Jason graduated from Drexel University with a Doctorate of Physical Therapy. Jason says this field is one of the most rewarding he has been involved with because using the power of exercise to improve people’s lives without medication is something in which he really takes pride.