After taking the Physical Therapy and Athletic Training ROP class at Red Bluff High School in 2003 Jordan became committed to reaching his career goal of becoming a Physical Therapist. In 2004 Jordan graduated from Red Bluff where he was involved in both football and basketball. He went on to play football at Shasta College which led to his recruitment to play at the University of San Diego. There he received his Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology. In 2011 Jordan began his three year Doctorate Program at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas where he gained knowledge not only in the classroom but in a variety of rehab settings including inpatient, outpatient, orthopedic and pediatric hippotherapy (Equine Assisted Therapy).
Jordan received an important part of this education as a Student Physical Therapist at PTWC in the beginning of 2014. After graduating with his Doctorate of Physical Therapy in May of 2014 Jordan joined the PTWC family full-time. He is focused on patient centered care that educates and motivates his patients to return to their optimal physicality.
In his spare time Jordan enjoys golfing, fishing, hunting and spending time with his wife and daughter.