Jordan completed his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree at Touro College School of Health Sciences. While at Touro College, Jordan conducted research to find a correlation between a person’s foot posture and how it relates to their balance. Jordan also assisted on research projects involving individuals with limb deficiency and limb loss, where he piloted surveys at the Amputee Coalition National Conference. Prior to earning his doctorate degree, Jordan attended Binghamton University, where he studied Biological Sciences and Health and Wellness Studies.
During his clinical rotations, Jordan gained experience treating orthopedic injuries, neurologic conditions, vestibular deficits, fall prevention, and improving balance strategies. Currently, Jordan works with diverse populations who present with orthopedic, neurologic, and cardiopulmonary diagnoses. Jordan emphasizes the importance of educating patients on the cause of the injury to better equip them with the tools to return to their favorite activities. Along with education, Jordan focuses on functional movement patterns to better avoid repetitive stress. He believes in treating the whole patient as an individual using evidence-based interventions.
Jordan is from Long Island, New York. He is a fan of the Knicks, Giants, and is an avid fan of his beloved Mets. Outside of the clinic, Jordan enjoys playing basketball, going for a run in Riverside Park, going to museums, and experimenting to find the best pizza recipe.