Jason Yang earned his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from The University of Pittsburgh. He also holds a Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science from Bloomsburg University. During his time at the University of Pittsburgh, Jason volunteered with the Mighty Penguins sled hockey team, where he helped assess and provide individualized strength and conditioning training for adaptive hockey athletes. While at Pitt, Jason also served as a teaching assistant for graduate and undergraduate Anatomy and Physiology courses.
His clinical experience includes various outpatient orthopedic and hospital settings, working with patients with chronic conditions such as Parkinson’s Disease, and more acute conditions like post stroke or limb amputation. During his diverse clinical experiences, Jason has treated a wide mix of diagnoses, including sport-related injuries, spine pathologies, post-operative, neuromuscular, and chronic pain.
Jason is committed to a collaborative approach between the physical therapist and the patient. He aims to promote autonomy in his patients by providing them with the tools necessary to continue engaging in the activities that are meaningful to them.
Professionally, Jason enjoys working with adolescents, geriatrics, runners, strength athletes, weekend warriors and more. He plans on pursuing his Orthopedic Certified Specialist certification down the road in order to obtain further training to better serve his patients. He is passionate about all things sports, movement, and exercise. In his free time, Jason can be found biking, travelling, and finding the best taco joints in New York City.