Dr. Jordan Moore graduated from Baker High School in 2012 to begin a Biomedical Sciences undergraduate at The University of South Alabama in Mobile, Alabama. While in his undergraduate studies he accepted a job working for Dr. Micheal Bucknell at Liberation Chiropractic and Wellness as an X-ray technician and based on the results he saw in the office, he decided he should also help people through Chiropractic. He was accepted into Chiropractic college at Life University in Marietta, Georgia in June of 2015 and graduated in 2019.

Dr. Jordan grew up in Mobile, Alabama and has been fortunate enough to be able to serve his community in numerous ways. He achieved the rank of Eagle Scout in 2011 and performed service projects for both Christ United Methodist Church and the Environmental Sciences Center. While in school, he regularly volunteered for Alabama Coastal Cleanup to help keep our beaches and waterways clean. 

During his time in Marietta and Atlanta, Georgia, Dr. Jordan learned about various chiropractic techniques as well as modalities such as class IV and III laser (photobiomodulation), therapeutic ultrasound, elastic therapeutic taping, several soft tissue therapies, and other physiotherapy modalities to aid in the patient’s journey to optimum health and wellness. He also had the privilege of being able to complete his preceptorship with Dr. Andrew Krantz who is the Vice President of the Georgia Board of Chiropractic Examiners.  

Dr. Jordan is continuing his education by pursuing a Fellowship in Primary Spine Care provided by The State University of New York at Buffalo, Jacobs School of Medicine in joint providership with Cleveland University – Kansas City, College of Chiropractic. 

The Primary Spine Care fellowship includes a “mini-fellowship” in neuroradiology which includes studying under a Harvard-trained neuroradiologist to learn MRI spine interpretation and neuroradiology as well as publishing an original “case report”. 

The Primary Spine Care fellowship also includes a “mini-fellowship” in MRI, X-Ray, and CAT scan imaging of the extremities taught by Kevin Baker MD, MSK radiologist who teaches at SUNY Renaissance School of Medicine. The program also includes a rigorous course of study of research findings in MRI applications, diagnostics, technology and comorbidities.

Additional qualifications provided from a fellowship in Primary Spine Care include:

Trauma Qualified
Hospital Qualified
MRI Interpretation Review Qualified
Primary Spine Care Qualified
Evaluation and Management Qualified

In his free time, Dr. Jordan enjoys running long distances, co-managing and playing for a local soccer team, spearfishing, scuba diving, and rock-hounding with his fiance Dana.

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