Dr. Jason Nunn
Owner of Catalyst PT
Dr. Jason Nunn, owner of Catalyst PT, is a Physical Therapist and athlete who has experienced the anguish of injury, surgery, and recovery. He knows your journey to recovery isn’t a straight line, and he understands the physical and emotional healing process as a patient and therapist. In fact, everyone on his team has experienced sports injuries and shared your journey.
Jason received a Bachelor of Science degree in Athletic Training from Frostburg State University in 2001. He earned a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree with a clinical concentration in manual therapy and sports rehabilitation in 2005 from the University of Maryland, Baltimore.
In 2006, he also became a nationally recognized Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS). Jason has post-graduate training in aquatic physical therapy, manual therapy, sports rehabilitation, and post-rehabilitation personal training. He has a special interest in working with injured athletes of all ages and skill levels (youth, high school, college, and professional).
Jason has served as a physical therapist of the Washington Capitals Ice Hockey Club, Crystal Palace Baltimore (an American professional soccer team), Bowie State University, all Howard County high schools, and he has also been very passionate about working with injured military, law enforcement, and first responders. He utilizes his strength and conditioning background to offer post-rehabilitation personal training, sports performance, and injury prevention programs to his clients. Jason is also Titleist Performance Institute certified Level 1 and Medical Level 2 in golf Body-Swing Connection and On Base university certified Level 1 in baseball Hitting and Pitching analysis.
Jason grew up in Howard County and spent most of his youth playing baseball with the Elkridge Hurricanes. He went on to play baseball at Mount Saint Joseph High School before suffering a shoulder injury that required two surgeries, extensive rehabilitation, and sports performance to attempt to play again. Jason later walked on for one season of baseball as a pitcher at Frostburg State University.
This experience became the most influential factor in his professional development and continues to drive his passion for providing optimal rehab care, strength and conditioning, and sport performance to his clients. Jason competed in 2013-2016 NPC Men’s Physique bodybuilding at the national level before having to stop due to being struck by a drunk driver. Unable to train for nearly 2 years due to surgeries and rehab, it was during this time he and his wife focused on making the vision of Chiseled become reality.
Jason now loves anything and everything he can get into with his son Niko, plays ice hockey, enjoys tactical fitness and firearms training, is an avid snowboarder, is trying to become a golfer, and loves big trucks, fast cars, and motorcycles.