Instructor: Jordan Knowlton-Key
Biography: Jordan Knowlton-Key currently serves as the chiropractic sports physician at the Lake Placid United States Olympic and Paralympic (USOPC) Training Center. He completed his chiropractic doctorate at Northwestern Health Sciences University (NWHSU) and obtained his Masters of Exercise Science from Concordia St. Paul University.
After graduation, he completed a two-year sports chiropractic residency at NWHSU's Human Performance Center (HPC), a clinic that focuses on integrative health care for athletes. Following his residency, he served in a faculty position as the Integrative Sports Care Coordinator of the HPC while working as a provider in private practice.
Dr. Jordan is thrilled to continue working in an integrative setting while working alongside numerous and phenomenal DPTs, MDs, ATCs, MTs, dieticians, psychological service providers, strength and conditioning coaches, and clinical administration staff in Lake Placid.
The Lake Placid USOPC Training Center's resident sports are biathlon, bobsled/skeleton, and Luge. These sports align well with his passion for outdoor adventure sports, which led him to become an Alpine Ski Patroller in addition to being an emergency medical technician to serve athletes best in and out of the clinic setting.
Classes by this instructor
Join us on campus on Feb. 1-3, 2024 for the annual Chiropractic Homecoming Symposium! We will have a variety of speakers an topics to keep you engaged. 22 CE hours (incl. 3 X-ray, 2 AC, 1 PB), On campus, Feb. 1-3, 2024, Thurs, 8am-8:30pm, Fri, 8am-6pm, Sat, 8am-1pm, Auditorium
Join us for the annual Chiropractic Homecoming Symposium via live stream on Feb. 1-3, 2024. We will have a variety of speakers and topics to keep you engaged. 22 CE hours (incl. 3 X-ray, 2 AC, 1 PB), Live Stream, Feb. 1-3, 2024, Thurs, 8am-8:30pm, Fri, 8am-6pm, Sat, 8am-1pm (CST)