“We are mobile and can come to you!”
In addition to providing therapy in a outpatient orthopedic settings, Paladino Physical Therapy also does home Physical Therapy, Concierge Physical Therapy, or Direct Physical Therapy with FaceTime or iMessenger consults. The therapist also will complete home consults to determine the need for a specialist and help make quick appointments with orthopedic, primary care, sport medicine doctors within 24 hours. Emergency visits, late nights, and holidays are available.
Jason Paladino has been practicing since 1996 in outpatient orthopedic clinics as a Clinical Director, Physical Therapist and Certified Athletic Trainer. He has worked in various outpatient orthopedic settings from hospital based, private practice, to investor owned to corporate. He specializes in the treatment of spine and sport rehab and helping patients get back to their healthy lifestyles.
Jason has a passion for serving in the community. He has been working with the Glendale and Peoria High School Districts in their athletic programs since 2005. He runs a non-profit organization called the Az Family Fit Camp that he has been managing for the past 10 years. He is also the founder of Spartan Football Club in Vistancia and Vistancia Mountain Biking Club called 4Bs.
Passion for Life
Jason moved his family to Vistancia from Nebraska. When Jason is not in the clinic, he is enjoying all of the beauty of the sunsets and the mountains in Vistancia. Whether its free hiking up the Twin Buttes with his kids, or mountain biking Pain Hill trail or walking with his wife, Ranelle, and the dogs through the Vistancia trail system, he is enjoying every bit of Northwest Peoria.
LICENSURES AND CERTIFICATIONS:
- Physical Therapy License since 1996
- Athletic Training Certification and License since 1996
- Certified in Level 1 and 2 Dry Needling
Master of Physical Therapy
University of Nebraska Medical Center, Cum Laude
Omaha, NE: May 1996
Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science
University of Nebraska at Omaha, Magna Cum Laude
Omaha, NE: December 1995
“A three dimensional analysis of subtalar and knee joint coupling during running over obstacles”
Dierks, T, N. Stergio, J. Paladino, PT.
“Mechanics and Pathology of the SI Joint” Cuppett, M, J Paladino Athletic Training Today.
“Medial and lateral quadricep activity during weight bearing knee extension exercise, Gilbert Willett, Jason Paladino, Kory Barr, Jill Korta, and Greg Karst, Journal of Sports Rehabilitation, 7(4