Jordan Clarke completed his Masters of Physiotherapy at the University of Sydney in 2014 following on from a Bachelor degree in Exercise and Sport science. He has always been interested in health, exercise and movement and as a physiotherapist he has a strong passion for helping people overcome their problems and return to an active lifestyle.
Jordan has loved sport and exercise from a young age. He is an avid runner, competing across all track distances at a State Level and he has also competed in various road races and half marathons. Apart from the athletics training and competition, Jordan also played Soccer and Rugby League. This love of sport and his own experience with injury has lead Jordan to a long term interest in both the injuries associated with sport and biomechanics, and the consequential functional rehabilitation required. As such he has a strong interest in musculoskeletal and sports physiotherapy which clinically translates to a passion for treating knee, hip and lower back dysfunction.
Beyond physiotherapy Jordan’s other interests include watching sport, eating good food and hiking. He loves being outdoors whether at the beach, in the bush or up a mountain and recently lived and worked in the United Kingdom as a physiotherapist whilst travelling Europe. This appreciation of exercise, health and adventure benefit him clinically and he looks forward to helping you achieve your goals. He is a current member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association.