Jordan received his Bachelor of Science degree in Pre-Physical Therapy and Exercise Science from Asbury University, where he played varsity baseball for three years. He earned his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Kentucky.
Jordan has been working in outpatient orthopedics since graduation. He has experience working with many different patient populations, including athletes of all ages and skill levels, from youth to professional and from the field to the weight room. Jordan has specific interests in the integration of strength and conditioning into the rehabilitation process for field athletes, crossfitters, powerlifters, and bodybuilders. He is interested in pursuing certification in Dry Needling, USA Weightlifting, and USA Track and Field, as well as Level 1 certification in CrossFit.
When he’s not in the clinic, Jordan enjoys spending time with his wife, Lauren, son, Brantley, newborn daughter, Kynlee, and goldendoodle, Cali (yes, named after Coach Calipari!). He loves his CATS!