Jordan is an ABC-certified prosthetist/orthotist who has been serving patients for over 7 years in various healthcare settings. He began working as a cardiac rehabilitation technician at CHI St. Luke’s Hospital in Houston while completing his Bachelor’s degree at the University of Houston. After graduating Cum Laude in Kinesiology and Health Education, he moved on to complete a research-based Master’s at Baylor College of Medicine, where he was elected class policy chair and investigated public perceptions of prosthetic design. Jordan completed his residency rotations at five locations, including the Michael E. DeBakey VA Hospital in Houston and Shirley Ryan AbilityLab in Chicago (formerly RIC).
Jordan chose to become a prosthetic and orthotic clinician after years of working in the healthcare field and realizing his two main passions: enabling patients to live healthy/active lives and being creative with design. While these passions may seem disconnected, Jordan found this unique combination in the world of O&P and is incredibly grateful to have discovered such a profession. He is often reminded of how well O&P matches his personal talents and abilities and he genuinely enjoys going in to work every day.
Jordan grew up in Woodland Hills, Utah, and though he has lived many years in other states, he is thrilled to be back home. He enjoys hobbies such as camping, snowboarding, and playing bass guitar. In his free time, he prefers to work in the yard and ride bikes with his wife and two young sons.