Jordan graduated from The University of Notre Dame Australia with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy and has since completed post-graduate Dry Needling, Advanced Lower Back and Lower Limb Rehabilitation, and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy courses. He commenced work with LifeCare and East Fremantle Football Club soon after which provides him with a vast exposure to a variety of injuries through the clinic and the football club.
Jordan has played football (AFL) for 10 years and competed at a state level in sprinting (athletics) and as such developed a keen interest in musculoskeletal physiotherapy, especially in the athletic population.
As well as working with sportsmen and women, Jordan enjoys treating people of all ages with a wide variety of musculoskeletal, neurological or cardiorespiratory conditions. He experiences great satisfaction when he helps patients achieve their rehab goals and maintain a happy, healthy lifestyle through individualised treatment and self-management plans.
Jordan has worked with a number of sporting clubs in his career, including:
East Fremantle Football Club (WAFL) – Physiotherapist (currently) and Sports Trainer (2011-12)
Gold Coast Suns (AFL) – Sports Trainer (2012, 2015-16)
West Australian State Female Football Academy (WAWFL) – Head Trainer (2013-14)
He is a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA), Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy Association (MPA), Sports Physiotherapy Association (SPA) and has Level 1 Sports Trainer (SMA), Senior First Aid, Oxygen Rescusitation, Bronze Medallion and Pool LifeGuard (RLSWA) qualifications from his previous employment as a LifeGuard and Sports Trainer.
Jordan also enjoys surfing, athletics and reading.