Located in the
955 Oliver Road
Thunder Bay, ON, P7B 5E1
(807) 343-8188

Peter Jordan, HBPE., BHSc(PT).

Peter is a physiotherapist and the clinic owner. He is a Lakehead University graduate of the Physical Education program prior to attending McMaster University for his Physiotherapy degree. Peter grew up in Thunder Bay, moved to southern ontario for a few years and returned in 2000 when he started his clinic at Lakehead University.

Peter has over 16 years of experience in treating a variety of orthopaedic conditions. He has had success treating a variety of clients including national level athletes, NHL to IP1 hockey players, competitive and recreational runners, and most other types of active individuals.

Peter has competed in cycling, skiing and running locally and internationally and enjoys working with athletes at all levels. He has a special interest in knee and shoulder injuries. He takes an active approach to rehabilitaion combining manual therapy and exercise in helping clients maximize their function.


Brian Rosina, BSc(Kin), BSc(PT)

Kirsten Sample, BSc(Kin), MSc (PT)

Kirsten completed her undergraduate degree in Kinesiology at St. Francis Xavier University before going on to complete her Masters of Physiotherapy at McMaster University. She worked previously as a Kinesiologist and sports conditioning coach with a wide range of athletes in hockey, soccer, rugby, and football. She played rugby for 10 years at the university, provincial and national level. She currently enjoys running, hiking and camping.

Kirsten has over 6 years of clinical experience and has taken many post-graduate courses including Levels 1, 2 & 3 in the orthopaedic manual therapy series and several myofascial release type courses. Her approach to treatment combines joint mobility and stability approach in addition to a strengthening component and always providing a home exercise program.


Adam Blando, M.Sc.(PT), HBK, B.Ed.

Our physiotherapists have extensive post graduate training in a variety of treatment techniques including McKenzie Spinal treatments, Mulligan mobilizations, Advanced Manual therapy mobilization and manipulation, Soft tissue release techniques, Kinesiotaping, Watson Shoulder Assessment, Acupuncture, Running Biomechanics, and many more.




Peggy Brown

Peggy is Jordan Physiotherapy's office manger. Peggy administers accounts receivable, schedules appointments for all of our physiotherapists and manages all of our client files. She enjoys spending time skiing or riding her motorcycle. She is proud to work within a locally owned clinic, and enjoys the positive and athletic atmosphere that the clinic offers.




Physiotherapy is a health care profession providing services to develop, maintain and restore maximum movement and functional ability throughout a person’s lifespan. It includes the provision of services where movement and function are threatened by injury, disease or the process of aging.

Our physiotherapists have a detailed understanding of how the body works, and the impact environmental and lifestyle factors can have on your physical condition. A physiotherapist will work with you and your healthcare team to provide a personalized treatment plan based on your specific needs, and one that focuses on achieving your highest level of physical well-being.

Also known as physical therapists, physiotherapists have a post graduate university degree and are specialists in assessing and improving movement and function, while relieving pain. They promote good health by working with patients to maximize their abilities while adopting a healthy lifestyle.

A physiotherapist helps individuals return to their pre-injury activities. The physiotherapist accomplishes this through successfully restoring and increasing range of motion in joints; by treating spinal problems and the treatment of various other orthopaedic and neurological conditions.

Physiotherapy Treatments Include: injury specific exercise programs; manipulation and mobilization (manual therapy); electrotherapy (e.g. therapeutic ultrasound); acupuncture; hydrotherapy - exercise in water and soft tissue techniques.