Dr. Q. Jordan PT,DPT
I grew up in Hampton VA where I lived with my mother who was a substitute teach and my grandmother who was a housekeeper and cook. I first learned of Physical Therapy after my grandmother became paralyzed when I was in middle school. My interest in Therapy was furthered when I had to deal with a knee injury from wrestling. I graduated from VCU in 2003 and then from the Medical College of Virginia in 2006. In my time as a therapist I have worked with numerous professional and amateur athletes including fighters and members of the U.S. military. I enjoy working with active adults who are looking to continue or return to the activities that bring them joy even if they are currently dealing with injury. I am the father of 3 active children and understand how pain and injury can affect one’s ability to be an active in the lives of their family. I’ve been married to my wife April for 14 years. My faith is what drives me and I try to give each patient my best effort each visit to honor God.
A little bit more about me
- I enjoy grappling and combat sports and hope to compete in the NAGA in a couple of years
- I love to read and my favorite book is the Count of Monte’ Cristo
- I try to work out 3-4 times a week and have recently focused more on nutrition to help me return to competition
- I came up with the name for Fearless after reading Joshua 1:9