Jorden Steele, DPT
- Doctorate of Physical Therapy – DPT, Briar Cliff University
- Master of Science – Kinesiology and Human Performance, Briar Cliff University
- Bachelor of Science- Exercise Science, William Penn University
- CrossFit Level 1
I strongly believe the human body is resilient, adaptable, and responds significantly well to loading along with movement. The longer we stay active and moving, the healthier life we will have. We are all prone to injury regardless of how well we treat our bodies. As an athlete, I know that injuries sometimes seem to derail our lives. The last thing anyone wants to hear is that they have to give up doing something they love. I love finding where someone’s dysfunction comes from, teaching them why they may be experiencing pain, and keeping them doing what they enjoy. Through education comes understanding of how differently our bodies can respond to pain and injury. Empowering people how to fix their pain is the most gratifying part of being a physical therapist.
I enjoy spending time with my husband, Nathan, and two fur children Max and Russell. When we aren’t working, you can typically find us at the CrossFit gym we own in Puyallup. Then on the occasional days off, we also enjoy days out on the lake wake surfing, traveling, hiking, or playing softball.