Jason L. Hogan, PT, D.Sc.

Instructor of Physical Therapy

Biography

Jason Hogan received a Bachelor of Science in Rehabilitation Science in 2001, a Master of Physical Therapy from the University of Mary in 2003, and a Doctor of Science from the University of Oklahoma in 2019. Dr. Hogan has worked clinically in pediatrics, home health, outpatient, acute care, and geriatrics. His teaching responsibilities include PTH 509/510 Kinesiology and Pathomechanics I-II; co-teaching PTH 513/514/526 Systems Screening I-III, PTH 634 Health Promotion and Wellness as well as lab assisting in PTH 621 and 622; Orthopedics I-II. Dr. Hogan received his certification in postural restoration in 2013. In addition, he is a member of the APTA, including membership in the education section. Dr. Hogan’s primary research interests are in the areas of pediatrics, breathing pattern disorders, and movement analysis.

 

Jason is married to Hope and has two children, Cole (8) and Autumn (4). He enjoys golfing and is a parishioner at Spirit of Life Catholic Church in Mandan.

North Dakota Occupational Therapy Association Spring Meeting (2015): Postural Restoration: Implications for Occupational Therapists

North Dakota Long-Term Care Association Annual Convention (2015): Postural Restoration: Implication in Long-Term Care

University of Mary (2013, 2014): Guest Lecture: Postural Restoration for 3rd Year Manual Therapy class

Fall Nursing Update at RiverView Health (2010): Clumsy Child Syndrome