Jason Maness, PT, DPT, CLT
Jason, a Physical Therapist, graduated in 1997 from Texas A & M University Commerce with a B.S. in Biological Sciences. He then earned a Master’s degree, in Physical Therapy, from Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center in 2002. He completed his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center in 2011. His interests include: Orthopedic medicine, Aquatic based physical therapy and working with Cancer patients/survivors. Being a Cancer Survivor himself, he has worked with other Cancer survivors and developed a rehabilitation program toward this particular group of patients. Jason has attended many continuing education classes allowing for the most current treatment techniques. Some of these classes include: Treatment of Cancer Related Fatigue and Weakness, Nonoperative Orthopedic Medicine and Manual Therapy of the Knee, Treatment of Cervical and Thoracic Pain Conditions, Vestibular Therapy and Various Sports Symposiums to name a few. He is a valued member of the APTA and TPTA since 2002 and had an article published in one of their publications (Advance for Physical Therapist) during his third year of PT school. He is involved in the community participating in activities from Relay for Life for the American Cancer Society to speaking at local events. Jason married, Cassie McClendon, who is a PTA and LMT. Their goal is to have a family owned business that will benefit the residents in Sulphur Springs and Hopkins County.