R. Jason Kent, PT, DPT, MTC grew up in the small town of Nashville, Georgia. He graduated from Berrien County High School and then served 5 years in the United States Marine Corps. While a Marine and after a major knee surgery, Jason realized he wanted to help others recover from injuries such as his own and went on to pursue an education and career in Physical Therapy after a medical discharge from the U.S. Marine Corps. He graduated from Valdosta State University with a degree in Exercise Science and Cardiac Rehab. Then received his Masters and Doctorate of Physical Therapy degrees at the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences. Jason has also earned the Manual Therapy Certification which is a specialized treatment approach that consists of ‘hands on’ techniques designed to mobilize joints, muscle, connective tissue and nerves in order to facilitate healing and restore function.
Jason has practiced Physical Therapy in Macon for 19 years and has owned his own clinic in Macon for 14 years and also has owned and operated a successful clinic in Warner Robins for the past seven years. During Jason’s last internship of Physical Therapy school, he married his college sweetheart, Emily Bentley of Valdosta, Georgia. When he is not with his family or working, Jason enjoys hunting, helping people in need, and coaching baseball. He has coached in middle Georgia for the past eight years and led the 12 year old Perry Little League Allstar Team to the World Series in 2019. Jason and Emily reside in Warner Robins with their three children, two dogs and 4 chickens.