Jordan Dunn

Jordan is a resident with Hanger Clinic in Allentown, Pennsylvania. As a student and teaching assistant at the University of Hartford, Jordan experienced hands-on learning, worked with patient models and helped spread awareness about the field at career fairs. Jordan studied biology and psychology in undergrad, then a social media post convinced her to pursue POP because of the clear impact she could have on patient’s lives. Jordan likes that she will be able to immerse herself in fabrication and figure out how things fit together, ultimately seeing how her work improves a patient’s mobility and overall well-being. Jordan enjoys the variety of her POP studies—learning about everything from cranial remolding orthotics to trans-tibial prosthetics—and expanding her clinical experience beyond the United States with organizations such as the Range of Motion Project (ROMP).

The biggest thing for me is being able to play a role in a patient’s positive reaction.
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