Ojas graduated with his Doctorate in Physical Therapy degree from Oakland University in 2011. He enjoys treating a wide range of orthopedic diagnoses by utilizing a multidimensional approach to manual therapy and functional therapeutic exercise. He emphasizes patient education during the treatment process to enable his patients to have a clearer understanding of the source of their pain and how it impacts function. He reinforces this patient education with body mechanics and postural awareness cues to facilitate a better understanding of injury prevention.
Clinically, he takes a special interest in patients with chronic pain limitations as well as more acute/post-surgical sports injuries with an emphasis on return-to-sport considerations for the injured athlete.
He holds additional certifications as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), ACL injury prevention specialist through Sportsmetrics, functional dry needling certified, blood flow restriction therapy (BFR), instrument assisted soft-tissue mobilization (IASTM), and biomechanical sensors with video analysis (DorsaVi).