“Medicine is not only a science, it is also an art. It does not consist of compounding pills and plasters; it deals with the very processes of life, which must be understood before they may be guided.”

Dr. Jason Villano

DPT Physical Therapist
Dominican College of Blauvelt – Doctor of Physical Therapy Degree
C.W. Post – Bachelor’s Degree in Health Sciences
Minor in Business Law
Hometown : Middle Village, NY
Primary Office : Manhasset & Glendale, The Shops at Atlas

Jason holds a Doctoral Degree in Physical Therapy from Dominican College of Blauvelt in which he graduated with honors and received the Sister Beryl Herdt Award for outstanding integrity and service within the field of Physical Therapy and within the community. He is an active member of the Red Cross as part of the emergency disaster services team for the greater New York region.

Prior to joining our team at ProMet, Jason completed various clinical rotations across multiple clinical settings while treating an array of diagnoses and patient populations. While working closely with the medical team, he evaluated and treated various neurological and postoperative orthopedic patients at New York Presbyterian Hospital. Following this rotation, he took the lead on the orthopedic surgical floor at Long Island Jewish Hospital. Jason also gained extensive experience providing care to professional and semi-professional athletes while completing an extensive outpatient rotation within an orthopedic/sports rehabilitation setting. Jason prides himself on taking into account individual differences related to each injury and sport specific demands to make sure that the athletes are able to return better than before in a safe and efficient manner.

Jason is working to further his education in the field of physical therapy by pursuing advanced certifications as an Orthopedic Clinical Specialist (OCS), Sports Clinical Specialist (SCS), Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and the TPI golf expert certification. He holds a special interest in treating golf related injuries; improving overall performance and getting his patients back on the green quickly and better than before.