Jason M. Edinger, DO
Assistant Professor
Director, Outpatient Pediatric Rehabilitation Medicine

Dr. Edinger is an assistant professor in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and Associate Program Director for the Pediatric Rehabilitation Medicine Fellowship. He is also director of both the Cerebral Palsy Clinic and the new Acquired Brain Injury Clinic at CHP, both on the main Children's Hosptial of Pittsburgh of UPMC (CHP) campus in Lawrenceville as well as outpatient rehab services. He is the only Pediatric Rehab Medicine physiatrist in the PIttsburgh area certified in electrodiagnostic medicine.

Dr. Edinger is a co-founding member of Camp Inspire, an overnight camp specially designed for children on ventilators. He also volunteers time to other programs both national and international. He completed his combined residency in Pediatrics and Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at the Virginia Commonwealth University Health Systems at the Medical College of Virginia in 2010. Dr. Edinger completed Pediatric Rehabilitation Medicine Fellowship in 2011 at Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus, Ohio.


Specialized Areas of Interest
Pediatric Rehabilitation Medicine, pediatric traumatic brain injury, pediatric cerebral palsy, spasticity management, pediatric neuomuscular disorders, and pediatric EMG.

Board Certifications
Physical Medicine & rehabilitation
Pediatric Medicine
Electrodiagnostic Medicine
Pediatric Rehabilitation Medicine

Professional Organization Membership
American Academy for Cerebral Palsy and Developmental medicine
American Academy of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
American Academy of Pediatrics
Association of Academic Physiatrists

Education & Training
BS, Biological Sciences, Ohio University, 2000
DO, Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine, 2005
Pediatric Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, Virginia Commonwealth University Health System, 2011
Pediatric PM&R Fellowship, Virginia Commonwealth University Health System, 2011