Jordan graduated from The University of Sydney in 2002. In addition to being a full member of the Australian Hand Therapy Association, he has achieved Certified Hand Therapist status, providing world-wide recognition of excellence in hand therapy practice. Jordan has worked as a hand therapist since 2008. He developed a sound understanding working as an occupational therapist prior to this in the field of disability and vocational rehabilitation.
Jordan is passionate about challenging cases involving injury to the upper limb and thrives on using his clinical skills to achieve positive client outcomes. He takes client education seriously and does everything possible to ensure clients have a greater informed understanding and expectation of their condition. Jordan takes great pride in being meticulous with his splint design and fabrication and is constantly looking for ‘out of the box’ ideas to better someone’s treatment outcomes. This is augmented by a continuous evidence-based approach to clinical interventions.
As a senior clinician, Jordan has responsibilities for the clinical training of staff and students and is an active member of hand therapy committees.