Clinical Assistant Professor, Physical Therapy
Explore for Solutions to Movement Problems
Clinical Assistant Professor Jason Steere brings decades of clinical experience to his instruction in physical therapy. He teaches across the curriculum, with the emphasis focusing on the orthopedic courses. His experiences practicing in Major League Baseball and a Special Operations Force in the U.S. Army has allowed him to continue advancing his knowledge and skills as a physical therapist. Prof. Steere's PhD and research interests extend beyond the internal aspects of the body to explore the mutual relationship between the person and their environment as it pertains to perception, cognition, and action. He is turning his career towards academia as a means to be a force multiplier in the profession. He hopes to inspire the next generation of physical therapists to energetically pursue the transforming of society by optimizing movement to improve the human experience.