Hi, I'm Jordan Duncan!
After completing his physiotherapy degree at Curtin University in 2013, Jordan spent his first few years working in corporate health, performing pre-employment/return to work assessments as well as dealing with a variety of workers’ compensation injuries. It was during this time that he learnt the importance and value of active exercise-based rehabilitation in helping clients return to work in optimum function.
“I’ve always wanted a job that was people-focused. I want to be able to help people recover from injuries and reach their full potential.”
After his stint in corporate health, Jordan has worked exclusively in private practice physiotherapy and has developed a keen interest in the treatment and management of musculoskeletal and sporting injuries. He particularly enjoys treating pre and post-operative orthopaedic clients, ACL and other knee injuries, along with neck pain and headaches. He is also passionate about injury prevention through conditioning work.
He has completed further training in dry needling and strength and conditioning and is currently undertaking a neuroscience degree at the University of Western Australia, which he hopes to use in the future to better understand chronic and complex pain syndromes.
Outside of work Jordan enjoys running, heading to the gym, basketball, playing music and drinking coffee.