Region: North West
Jason holds a BSc (Hons) in Sports Therapy after graduating from the University of Central Lancashire. He has also attained a post graduate quaification in Sports Massage Practice. He is planning to further his studies with an MSc in the near future. Meanwhile, he continues to pursue an array of CPD courses in the quest to enrich his personal and professional development.
Working out of NJD Sports Injury Centre (Lancashire), in addition to Sports Massage services, Jason offers a diverse range of evidence based interventions in the Management and Rehabilitation of musculoskeletal injuries. During the evenings and weekends, when he is not training or racing, he operates as Head Sports Therapist to Clitheroe FC first team.
Working out of the NJD Sports Injury Centre, which is a multi-disciplinary centre, along with Clitheroe FC, is allowing him to develop valuable experience over a wide range of disciplines. This enables him to use a dual approach when problem solving - by combining Sports Therapy with aspects of Sports Science. This proactive, dual approach helps him within the private healthcare sector and within sport (Clinical and Pitch side). Jason also has experience in Rugby, having worked with Wharfedale RUFC as an undergraduate, and within athletics as a sponsor for a Nat West Island Games XVI Medal hopeful.
Jason is a keen and dedicated sprinter, competing for his local club and the county of Lancashire over 100, 200 and 400metres. Training represents a large part of his weekly routine. As such, he hopes to build on last year's success. His ambition is to achieve a PB worthy of a national qualifying time.