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About Jason Hooper, DPT, OCS

Jason Hooper, DPT, is a licensed physical therapist and board-certified orthopedic clinical specialist (OCS) who helps patients with orthopedic injuries and conditions.

He teaches individuals how to prevent or manage their condition so they gain improved movement and function, as well as long-term health benefits.

He works with many different kinds of patients, including rock climbers and other athletes. Hooper obtained a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from San Diego State University, School of Exercise and Nutritional Sciences.

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UC San Diego Health accepts most major health insurance plans, but you should verify that your plan covers this provider and all services and locations. The information in the link below does not apply to affiliate providers, who are not employed by UC San Diego Health.
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Degree

  • San Diego State University, School of Exercise and Nutritional Sciences, San Diego, CA

Gender

  • Male

Date Joined Staff

  • 2015-06-23

Board Certifications

  • American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties: Orthopaedics
Insurance Information
UC San Diego Health accepts most major health insurance plans, but you should verify that your plan covers this provider and all services and locations. The information in the link below does not apply to affiliate providers, who are not employed by UC San Diego Health.
Health Insurance Plans Accepted

News

  • VIDEO: Rock Climbing Rehab at UC San Diego Health

    Physical Therapist Jason Hooper, DPT, OCS, frequently helps rock climbers overcome hand, finger and ankle injuries, including pulley strains or ruptures, flexor tendon tears and collateral ligament strains. As a climber himself, he speaks their language. And since rehabilitation and physical therapy services moved into the new Koman Family Outpatient Pavilion in 2018, Hooper has enjoyed using state-of-the-art equipment, including a hang board and pneumatic harness, to help climbers regain their strength and safely get back to the sport they love.