It is our goal to not only provide the best services for each of our patients, but to also help support our community to become the best place in Utah. Whether it is participating in local events, visiting businesses, or expanding our video library we aim to be a resource of health, performance, and wellness.


Preferred Partners

Sports Chiropractic of Utah is committed to the overall health, performance, and wellness of the patients that come through our doors. Part of that commitment includes referring patients to our Preferred Partners for various services that enhance their life in one way or another. Click here to see the individual and/or businesses that we highly recommend and are proud to call partners.


Business to Business

Our practice desires to serve the local community by providing awareness, assessments, and stress relief. Here are some ways out team invites the opportunity to serve your company:

  • Stress-Free Lunch Breaks
  • Health Talks
  • In-Office Screenings
  • Ergonomic Assessments

Click here for more details about how our office can add-value to your office.



We enjoy serving the local community by providing support at local athletic events. Here are some ways our team can serve your event:

  • Post-Race Muscle Work
  • Social Media Promotion
  • Fundraising Support
  • Continued Partnership

Click here for more details about our event participation.



Dr. Jordan loves to provide videos for his patients and for the community at-large. In our Exercise library you will find different stretches and exercises for the low back, neck, lower body, and upper body. We also have Wellness videos that talk about things you can do to stay healthy, active, and well in all areas of your life. And if you are looking for some fun, our Community videos showcase events we have participated in. Click here to explore our video library.


Latest Blog Posts

Relieving Lower and General Back Pain

Chiropractic care became a treatment option in 1895 when first performed by D.D. Palmer. Palmer discovered he could adjust the spines of his friends and relieve many painful afflictions. D.D. Palmer said, “I examined the spine and found a displaced vertebra pressing against the nerve which innerves the heart. I adjusted the vertebra and gave…

Exciting Changes Ahead!

To My Valued Patients I am pleased to announce an exciting change to our office. Over the past two years, we have worked to provide the highest quality of care to you and your family. Thus, it is with great enthusiasm, that I am announcing a move that we think will allow me to provide even better…

How to Avoid S.L.A.P. Tears

Understanding S.L.A.P. and How to Prevent Tears What does S.L.A.P. stand for? And, how will it affect you? Great questions I aim to answer in this post. To start, S.L.A.P. is an acronym that stands for Superior (topmost) Labral tear from Anterior (front) to Posterior (back). In my video I use a plastic softball and…

Shoulder Injuries Athletes Face

The Power of Rehabbing Injuries Baseball season is coming into their push before the playoffs, while football and basketball are both right around the corner. Athletes from all three sports end up with a wide variety of injuries – some of which are freak injuries while others can end up resulting in chronic damage. One…

Let’s Get That Shoulder Unimpinged!

A Common Issue: Shoulder Impingement A common issue I see in the office is impingement, particularly in the shoulder area. But what is an impingement and how does it occur? First it helps to understand how the shoulder functions. Think of your shoulder as having a roof. Your collar bone and top of your shoulder…

All About the Rotator Cuff

Understanding the Rotator Cuff, Types of Injuries, and Prevention More often than not, if someone’s shoulder hurts they go to, “It must be my rotator cuff.” Because the rotator cuff is often talked about relating to sports injuries, it becomes synonymous for all shoulder pain. So, let’s first understand what the rotator cuff is and…