Jonathan Hook, PT, DPT, OCS
Jonathan is a former student-athlete at Lewis and Clark high school and Whitworth University. He joined the team at Physical Therapy Associates (PTA) in July of 2008 after completion of his training at Howard Head Sports Medicine Center in Vail, CO, rehabilitating a variety of orthopedic conditions post operatively. Following his time in Vail, he completed his clinical internship in Queensland Australia, where he worked in an outpatient orthopedic clinic with an emphasis in manual therapy of the spine and shoulder. Since that time he has continued to be involved in advanced educational training including a current enrollment in an orthopedic manual therapy fellowship with an emphasis in clinical reasoning, joint manipulation, and pain neuroscience. He has presented at a number of professional conferences and as a guest lecturer at Whitworth University.
Orthopedic manual therapy, sports medicine (bike fit/running analysis), functional movement systems, pain neuroscience education, acute and chronic orthopedic conditions
Education & Professional Certifications
Board Certified Clinical Specialist in Orthopaedic Physical Therapy (OCS), 2014
Doctor of Physical Therapy, University of Colorado, 2008
Bachelor of Science, Whitworth University, 2004
American Physical Therapy Association
Washington Physical Therapy Association
Orthopedic Special Interest Group
Private Practice Special Interest Group
He enjoys outdoor activities including: hiking, skiing, and running/biking/swimming. In Colorado (while finishing school) he participated as a running coach for the BolderBoulder Running Co. and was a part time ski instructor. He enjoys integrating his recreational interests into his work professionally. He also loves going on adventures with his wife Amy and four young children while documenting them photographically.