Mason received his Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree from Azusa Pacific University in Southern California in 2011. While there, he spent time working with patients primarily in the outpatient orthopedic and sports medicine setting including personal injuries, post-operative care, sports and work related injuries. His areas of interest include biomechanical assessment, appropriate manual therapy techniques, sport specific rehab and individualized therapeutic exercise programs, and patient education on pain management and injury prevention.
As a life-long learner and motivator to help his patients return to their activities quicker, better and pain-free, Mason continues to enhance his skills and knowledge as a physical therapist through various continuing education courses. He enjoys working with patients of all ages, backgrounds, and activity levels, and his focus is to provide an interactive and fun environment so each patient can reach their goals and receive the best care they deserve.
Mason’s passion to help others and “go where life takes you” outlook allowed him to return to the Pacific Northwest where he earned his Bachelor of Science from Pacific University and helped as a student-assistant coach for the Boxer women’s volleyball team. Mason enjoys spending time with his wife and family, hiking and exploring the outdoors, golfing and playing sports.