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Dr. Jason Frederick, D.C.

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Dr. Frederick’s fascination with addressing musculoskeletal pain started at age 17, when he got his first job as a certified personal trainer. Throughout his 14 years working as a personal trainer and strength coach, he was lucky enough to work with numerous professional athletes as well as countless amateur athletes in reaching their performance goals while reducing their pain and structural limitations. This lead to an urge to go beyond his then limited scope, and pursue a degree in chiropractic at Palmer College of Chiropractic West Campus. Upon graduating, Jason opened Mile High Sports Chiropractic LLC, where he specializes in interpreting and treating structural limitations in athletes and the general public alike. 
 

Dr Frederick is also involved with assisting the AFDMA in instructing the Fascial Distortion Model to clinicians around the United States as well as in Belize where he had the opportunity to teach local clinicians how to treat their patients pain with their hands, as opposed to prescribing them medications.  
 

Among the list of life passions, one of Dr. Frederick’s top passions is  non-profit organization he started called beCAUSE. The purpose of this organization is to remind humanity how connected we are by creating initiatives that promote random acts of kindness. Among these initiatives is “Free Flowers and Hugs.”