Jordan has lived in the Eugene/Springfield area her whole life. She’s a jack of all trades here at the office. She went to culinary school as well as took some business/administration classes to broaden her knowledge in clerical work. She has always had a strong passion to help others in any way she could. She is always striving to give patients the best experience they can in our office.
In her free time she spends time with her husband, family and of course her dogs! She is also an advocate for helping those in need and their fur babies. She does anything she can to help make sure they have basic essentials. She still enjoys cooking and she does so for family and friends. She has a heart of gold, and will always care for others, so the medical field was a no brainer for her career choice.
As a certified personal trainer and group class coach, Cindy helps people over 40 achieve their energy and health goals. She is all about teaching technically safe, effective, and scientifically proven movements that help reduce pain and stiffness, while improving stability and strengthening bone and muscle.
After 25 years in the technology field, Cindy decided to make a transformative career change and became a certified personal trainer and group exercise instructor. She broke her wrist and found out that she had Osteoporosis in her spine and Osteopenia in her hips and legs.
After getting over the shock of the initial diagnosis, she began to research the effects of bone loss, and sought a recommended Physical Therapist. She started consistently exercising, improved her nutrition, used Gentle Vibration Plate (Juvent 1000, now Marodyne LivMD) and Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement (an extremely low dosage) One year later the DEXA Bone Density Scan showed that she had no more Osteoporosis, and now only Osteopenia. Her next goal is to have normal bone density and no Osteopenia.
When she is not teaching, you can find her playing with her grandchildren, spending time with friends, and learning all she can about helping people stay healthy and active!
Ceara just started in the chiropractic world in 2018, but has found a love for helping people find their way out of pain. Her interest in chiropractic work sparked due to her history of migraines and the help that chiropractic adjustment has provided in preventing them.
In addition to working at CCWC, she owns a photography business where she captures weddings, families, creates artistic portraits, and dabbles in nature photography. She has some history in website design, logo design, and social media networking. Ceara also creates and sells acrylic paintings, water colors, and drawings.
When she isn’t helping create art, Ceara spends time with her rescue Siberian husky, Natalia, who she has had for two years.