Dr. Jordan provides a complete suite of primary care services to his patients.
There are many diverse schools of thought and varied approaches to manual medicine. These are a few of the major approaches used by Dr. Jordan.
Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine (OMM): A tradition of manual medicine started in the United States in the late 1880s which was largely responsible for the creation of the osteopathic medical profession. OMM is a manual art that is passed down from older generations of osteopathic physicians to younger physicians. Some of Dr. Jordan’s most influential mentors have been Robert Fulford, DO, David Patriquin, DO and Anthony Chila, DO, among others. Although the application of osteopathic manipulation is taught as an art, it is based on a physiologic understanding of the body. Dr. Jordan is proud of his osteopathic heritage and is proud to continue the osteopathic methods taught by his mentors.
Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS): DNS originates from Prague, in the Czech Republic. DNS was developed over a half century of unique and groundbreaking musculoskeletal and neuro-developmental research conducted by a group of Czech scientists and clinicians. Professor Pavel Kolar has gathered these insights to create the DNS method of musculoskeletal evaluation and treatment; a cutting-edge approach that can be applied to a wide variety of musculoskeletal disorders. Dr. Jordan is proud to have completed his DNS training and DNS practice certification in 2014. Dr. Jordan is on the global list of certified DNS practitioners on the DNS website: www.rehabps.com
Primitive Reflexes: After seeing several intriguing cases, Dr. Jordan learned that un-integrated infant primitive reflexes (Moro, Babkin, Babinski, ATNR, etc.) may play a significant role in persistent musculoskeletal dysfunctions, especially after injury or trauma. Dr. Jordan has studied with Svetlana Masgutova, Ph.D., a Russian expert on the role of primitive reflexes in treating special needs children. Dr. Jordan clinically integrates the knowledge of the primitive reflexes when appropriate. www.masgutovamethod.com
Primitive Reflex Release Technique (PRRT): PRRT is an efficient and unique method of reducing the primitive guarding reflexes by utilizing reciprocal inhibition. www.thePRRT.com
Trauma Therapies: With a background in psychology, Dr. Jordan has long been interested in the mind-body connection and has studied a number of ways to treat trauma via the musculoskeletal system. Strong influences are Dr. Robert Scaer and Dr. Bessel van der Kolk’s writings and lectures. Some treatment methods adopted are Trauma Release Exercises (TRE) by David Berceli, “Associative Awareness Technique” (AAT), and Brainspotting by David Grand. Finding new and more effective ways of treating trauma-related dysfunction remains a strong passion of Dr. Jordan's.
World of Ideas: Dr. Jordan keeps a global perspective and continues to learn methods of treatment from around the world. Strong influences are the classical osteopathic methods still practiced in the U.K., manual medicine diagnostic methods from the SOFMMOO group in France, The Prague School of Rehabilitation and DNS system from the Czech Republic, and insights of childhood development and primitive reflexes from Russian expert Svetlana Masgutov and U.K. expert Sally Goddard Blythe. Dr. Jordan continues to seek out new methods of treatment from around the globe.
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