Originally from Orange, NSW, Jordan graduated from her studies at the highly regarded Charles Sturt University in Albury Wodonga. She has made the big move to Traralgon in 2019, chasing the cooler weather and the opportunity to work in regional Victoria.

Jordan has carried a longstanding passion for musculoskeletal and rehabilitation of the lower limb which she has enjoyed from undergraduate and her recent post-graduate studies. Jordan utilises this passion within her practice to work collaboratively with patients to achieve their lower limb goals.

Jordan is enthusiastic about all aspects of podiatry and has developed a special interest in orthotic therapy, biomechanics, paediatrics, diabetes management and ingrown toenail management. Additionally, Jordan is able to perform pre-pointe assessments for dancers.

Jordan is excited to be returning The Foot and Ankle Clinic team with the opportunity to provide her patients with best evidence based practice to assist with patients improving their foot and lower limb health. Jordan is a member of the APodA which keeps her informed of the latest Podiatry research and aims to integrate this into practice to improve health outcomes of her patients. Furthermore, she is currently undertaking further education and is aiming to become an endorsed prescriber.

Outside of work Jordan loves enjoying a coffee at her local café hub and being taken on walks by her German Shepherd Charlie.