Our Team

Dr. Eric Jorde

Dr. Eric Jorde, PT, DPT, Cert. MDT, Cert. SMT

Dr. Eric Jorde is an orthopedic Physical Therapist and joined the team at the Virginia Center for Spine & Sports Therapy in 2014. Eric’s primary clinical focus is the evaluation and treatment of sports related injuries, sports therapy, concussion rehabilitation, cervicogenic headache, tensiontype headache, cervicogenic dizziness, neck pain, low back pain, extremity pain and balance/vestibular disorders.

Eric enjoys spending time with family, which includes his wife, Jessica, who is also a Physical Therapist and two daughters, Abigail and Emily. Eric also enjoys running and playing basketball in his free time.

 

Education

​Shenandoah University — Doctorate in Physical Therapy 2004

Shenandoah University — Master in Physical Therapy 2001

State University of New York at Plattsburgh — Bachelor of Science in Biology 1998

 

Teaching

Teaching Faculty at Integrative Clinical Concepts — 2015 to present

Adjunct Faculty Radford University DPT — 2011 to present

Adjunct Faculty Old Dominion University DPT Program — 2006 to present

 

Certifications

Certified Spinal Manipulative Therapy (Cert. SMT) — 2011

Virginia Physical Therapy Direct Access Certification

PTA Board of Specialties: Orthopedic Certified Specialist (OCS) — 2006

Physical Therapy Clinical Educator Course/Credentialing — 2005

Certified Mechanical & Diagnosis and Therapy (Cert. MDT) — 2004

Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) — 2001-2003

 

Publications

“A Treatment Approach for Low Back Pain Using the McKenzie Method Combined with Spinal Manipulative Therapy: A Theory Report.”

– West Virginia Physical Therapy Association Annual Conference Poster Presentation — 2014

“The Centralization Phenomenon and Patient Outcomes Following Lumbar High Velocity Low Amplitude Thrust (HVLAT) Manipulation: A Case Report.”

– American Physical Therapy Association Combined Sections Meeting Poster Presentation — 2014

“The Centralization Phenomenon and Patient Outcomes Following a Combination of Directional Preference Exercise (DPE) and Lumbar High Velocity Low Amplitude Thrust (HVLAT) Manipulation: A Case Report.”

​- Virginia Physical Therapy Association Annual Conference Poster Presentation — 2013

 

Awards

Old Dominion University Outstanding Physical Therapy Instructor of the Year — 2015-2016​

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