Mr. Hinds has treated individuals with orthopedic and neurological conditions in the outpatient and acute rehabilitation settings since 2012. Mr. Hinds enjoys treating patients with all types of injuries and conditions. He has a special interest in treating the geriatric population and individuals who have neurological conditions, such as strokes and Parkinson’s disease. He also enjoys working with athletes.
Language(s) - English
Jorden Hinds defines a successful patient interaction by the patient feeling significantly cared for while reducing their pain and functional limitations with the skills and knowledge he has as a physical therapist. “A gentleman at a hospital I was interning at was in a significant amount of pain and did not want to participate in physical therapy. By listening to his concerns and gradually working with him to gain his trust, this man was able to achieve more than he thought possible.”
Outside of his practice, Mr. Hinds enjoys hiking, fishing, basketball, and church activities.
Doctorate of Physical Therapy, Creighton University, Omaha, Neb., 2014; Bachelor of Science in Exercise and Sport Science, Oregon State University, 2011
Therapeutic Associates, Wilsonville, OR; Providence St. Mary’s Medical Center, Walla Walla, Wash.; St. Peter’s Hospital, Helena, Mont.; Billings Clinic, Billings, Mont
Licensed Physical Therapist
Press Ganey Patient Ratings
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Press Ganey Survey Comments From Patients
When I needed to go back to physical therapy, although there are some closer to me, I asked my doctor to give me a referral to Jorden.
I found Jorden Hinds DPT to be caring, knowledgeable, efficient, effective.
A very caring guy – very professional & knowledgeable.
Jorden Hinds was very sensitive to my complaints of neck and headache pain and nerve involvement.