Jason Ury received his Doctor of Physical Therapy from Clarkson University, and his Bachelor of Science Degree from SUNY Stony Brook. He also received his Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist credential from the National Strength and Conditioning Association. During his Doctoral Education, he was involved in the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA). He was selected to participate in the New York Physical Therapy Association’s (NYPTA) Director’s Intern Program in January 2012.
Jason assisted in the planning and creation of the NYPTA Regional Student Conclave in Potsdam, NY. He also assisted in the planning of fundraising efforts to assist fellow physical therapy students participating in the APTA’s National Student Conclave and for physical therapy research of the Marquette Challenge. He continues to stay actively involved in the APTA and NYPTA activities, and holds membership in the Orthopedic, Sports, and Hand Therapy sections.
Jason has treated patient’s in a variety of settings, including skilled nursing and acute care at Lutheran Medical Center in Brooklyn NY. At various locations throughout Long Island, he performed outpatient orthopedic physical therapy. He also participated in a rigorous outpatient Hand Therapy and Aquatics clinical affiliation in Baltimore County, Maryland. During his Hand Therapy affiliation, Jason had the unique opportunity to work alongside a Certified Hand Therapist. His hand therapy experience included the creation of splints, treating patients with various forearm-hand injuries, and a patient post total elbow replacement. He also completed a clinical experience in the Maitland Australian Physiotherapy concept.
Jason enjoys being active and participates in various recreational activities. In his free time, he enjoys weightlifting, kickboxing, skiing, and canoeing. Jason also enjoys participating in other recreational sports and attending sporting events.