Jason Park graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) with a Bachelors of Science degree in Psychobiology. He then went on to earn his Doctorate degree in Physical Therapy at the University of Southern California (USC), which is consistently ranked as the top physical therapy program in the nation. He has had extensive clinical internships which focused on manual therapy from Orthopedic Certified Specialists. Postgraduate distinction has included the Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialty, which specializes in sports specific strength training. He has worked in a broad spectrum of specialties from working with Division I, NCAA collegiate athletes at UCLA, USC, and UC Berkeley as well as working with the senior population of Laguna Woods. He also takes pride in being able to treat those suffering with chronic pain. Dr. Park has also gone on to study conditions related to pre and post pregnancy as well as pediatric orthopedics. Dr. Park is uniquely able to empathize with many of his patients as he has undergone the recovery process of a wide spectrum of injuries and post-surgical rehabilitation first hand.
Dr. Park has also served as an APTA certified clinical instructor for USC, Loma Linda, Cal State Long Beach, and Chapman University doctoral student interns. Being a physical therapist with a specialty in strength and conditioning, Dr. Park believes that incorporating hands-on manual therapy treatments, specific exercises, patient education and modalities can expedite the healing process. Dr. Park also feels it is important to personalize treatments for each of his patients to maximize their outcomes. He takes the time to listen to his patients and works closely with their physicians to reach the goal of improved function and quality of life.
In his free time, Jason enjoys spending time with his family. He enjoys traveling, trying new restaurants, watching sporting events (especially his Broncos, Bruins, and Lakers), snowboarding, and backpacking/camping. He particularly enjoys listening to his wife (Sandy) play the piano and playing with his son Ryan and daughter Kylie.