Jason Agosta trained in Podiatry at La Trobe University and graduated in 1988 and was awarded the Harley award for excellence in diagnosis and orthoses manufacture. He was a lecturer at La Trobe University for 6 years teaching sports and musculo-skeletal injuries.
Jason's past private practice experience has included 12 years of working at Olympic Park Sports Medicine Centre before having an extended break to pursue media commitments. This included the hosting of health segments for Channel 9, ABC Radio and Run Like You Stole Something on Triple R radio.
Jason has continued study in biomechanics and has studied the 'Effect of running spikes on Achilles tendon load in distance runners' at Victoria University.
His private practice focus is on difficult foot and lower limb problems, effect of footwear on walking and running, and post-operative care. Jason is the podiatrist for Melbourne Rebels Rugby Union Club, Essendon Football Club and many national track athletes. Jason is the podiatrist on call annually for the Australian Open Tennis Championship.
He has been competitive himself and has represented Australia at the World Cross Country Championships