Jason is a dynamic business leader and award-winning physiotherapist in high demand.
Jason founded the Back In Motion Health Group – Australia’s largest and fastest growing provider of physiotherapy and related services. As the Group Director, Jason leads a team of more than 580 staff in over 100 locations. The success of Back In Motion has been recognised by its sustained exponential growth and by a number of formal accolades including being awarded a BRW Fast Franchise for five consecutive years and Jason’s award as the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year 2013 for Services in the Southern region.
As an active member and leader in business communities such as the Australian Physiotherapy Association, various CEO groups and special interest business forums, Jason is renowned for his positive contribution and advocacy in supporting community health and small business in Australia.
Jason’s passion for leadership culminated in his establishing the Iceberg Leadership Institute, a forum through which he has provided thought-provoking leadership instruction to thousands of experienced and emerging professionals since its inception.
With his first book, Jason authored an international best seller Get Yourself Back In Motion – a physiotherapist’s secrets to pain relief and optimal health. Jason is also a popular regular contributor and presenter on health, wellness and business related subjects across a variety of media including television, radio, print and online channels.
Jason’s unrelenting commitment to those less fortunate is demonstrated through his work with numerous welfare organisations and community groups. Most notably, Jason is the Executive Chairperson of the SOS Health Foundation which serves to improve the health of disadvantaged Australians.
An inspiring and dynamic speaker, Jason has presented to over 50,000 people internationally since 2010.
A proud father of four young children, Jason enjoys spending time with his family and is a keen tennis player, traveller, adventure seeker and active member of his local Christian Church.