Jordan’s priority as a healthcare professional is to build a trusting and honest relationship with her patients that facilitates a fun and healing environment to restore their quality of life. She believes in compassionately coaching and empowering patients to take control of their own health through the healing power of hands-on manual therapy, movement and exercise.
Upon getting her Bachelor’s degree in Biology with a Chemistry minor at Texas Christian University, she stayed in Fort Worth to attend UNTHSC’s Doctorate of Physical Therapy program. Through her didactic experiences, she primarily practiced in the outpatient orthopedic setting and had the opportunity to focus on sports therapy at Ben Hogan Sports Medicine. She is passionate about rehabbing and facilitating the athletes return to sports. She has been a member of the APTA since 2014 and presented a poster nationally on vestibular loss in older adults in the geriatrics section at the 2017 APTA’s Combined Sections Meeting. She is devoted to life-long learning and is currently enrolled in OPTIM’s course to obtain her Certificate of Manual Therapy starting in June 2018.
When not working, Jordan can be found spending time with friends and family, cooking, being a typical “foodie”, and traveling to new places. Jordan is also committed to living a healthy lifestyle and regularly enjoys working out, running, hiking, and finding creative and healthy ways to bake and cook.
Jordan treats patients primarily at the Greater Therapy Centers location in Bedford, specializes in general musculoskeletal disorders and injuries, manual therapy, and sports therapy.