Jason Tuori

Jason Tuori, PT, DPT

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Jason Tuori is a sports physical therapist and performance coach based out of Rochester, NY. He is a Board Certified Sports Clinical Specialist and completed residency training at the University of Rochester Medical Center. Jason received his Doctor of Physical Therapy from SUNY Upstate Medical University in 2017 and has practiced in various outpatient orthopedics/sports settings. He currently works as a performance therapist at MANA Performance Therapy in Fairport, NY and runs a remote performance consultation and education business. He is a co-instructor for the continuing education course “Dungeons & Dynamometers: A Force Course”, a force testing and handheld dynamometry course for sports medicine providers.

Clinically, Jason’s interests are in the management of hip, ankle, and running-related injuries. He has presented on the topics of running injuries, strength training, footwear, and returning to run following injury at the local, state, and national levels. He is the Vice Chair of the Running Special Interest Group of the American Academy of Sports Physical Therapy and contributes frequently to post-professional education for the group.

Jason is an NSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and USA Weightlifting certified coach. He formerly worked as the sports performance coach for Rochester New York FC in the MLS Next Pro league, where his responsibilities included both strength and conditioning and sports science roles. Additionally, he was the strength and conditioning coach for the University of Rochester and Nazareth University men’s and women’s cross country teams during his time at the University of Rochester Medical Center. He is a USA Track & Field certified running coach and enjoys working with runners of all abilities through the spectrum of rehab to performance training.

Jason is the co-host and producer of the popular PT podcast “PT Inquest” created by Erik Meira, a show dedicated to understanding physical therapy science. He is an active peer-reviewer for several physical therapy and physiology journals.

In his free time, Jason enjoys running, hiking, basketball, weightlifting, and buying new shoes.