Dr Jason Chen is a Fellow of the Australasian Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine of The Royal Australasian College of Physicians. He completed his Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery at The University of Melbourne. He undertook specialist training in Melbourne, Australia, and has worked at multiple tertiary hospitals including the Victorian Spinal Cord Service at Austin Health and the Acquired Brain Injury Unit at Alfred Health.
Jason holds a public hospital appointment at Western Health where he is actively involved in quality improvement, education of medical students and is a supervisor for rehabilitation medicine trainees. He also provides rehabilitation care to patients following limb amputation, orthopaedic, cardiac and spinal surgery. He adopts a biopsychosocial approach to the assessment and treatment of clients with workplace or transport accident injuries.
Jason has a special interest in neurological rehabilitation and is skilled in the injection of botulinum toxin to relieve spasticity. He also holds a diploma in pain management with his main interests being neuropathic and musculoskeletal pain conditions and pain in older persons. He has a passion for holistic care and the restoration of maximum independence and quality of life through rehabilitation.
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