Across a variety of football, netball and rugby clubs, Jordan began his involvement with the local community as a team sports trainer. Jordan attended to players’ pregame preparations, and continued injury management of injuries throughout the entire sporting season. Over three sporting seasons, Jordan developed his musculoskeletal knowledge and skills for varying soft tissue and bone injuries.
Concurrent to his physiotherapy studies, Jordan began volunteering at the Healthy Strides Foundation. Jordan discovered a strong interest for paediatric Physiotherapy and thoroughly enjoyed seeing children achieve their goals. In his final two years of studies, Jordan joined the team as a Therapy Assistant and continued to develop his passion for evidence-based practice within a paediatric population.
After graduating from Curtin University with a Bachelor of Science - Physiotherapy in 2020, Jordan commenced the new graduate physiotherapy program to further his learning experiences in paediatric Physiotherapy. Jordan has developed a genuine interest in several areas since working in this area. In particular, he has been a core contributor to the Participate program and finding new ways to integrate inclusion and participation with physical activities.
Jordan has also been upskilling and researching biomechanics in children with neurological conditions. He is interested in how biomechanical analysis can assist in guiding intervention and helping children achieve their goals.