Jordan Bonner

Jordan Bonner
Principal Physiotherapist

Jordan joined the TLC team in 2022 as a Senior Physiotherapist. He was born and raised in Townsville and is now excited to engage with the FNQ community! He graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from James Cook University in 2014, most recently working with persistent pain in an interdisciplinary clinic in Townsville and completing further face-to-face and online learning in this special interest area. In light of Jordan’s interest in supporting people living with pain, Jordan is currently studying a Professional Certificate in Pain Sciences through the University of South Australia.

Throughout Jordan’s career he has also worked with persistent pain clients in the Aged Care and private musculoskeletal practice sectors gaining well-rounded experience, with a focus upon client-specific goal setting and treatment plans. Jordan has also completed professional development courses in managing specific spinal, shoulder, hip, and knee injuries, as well as further strength and conditioning, Pilates, and dry needling training.  

Growing up, Jordan grew his passion for all things sport and exercise, having competed at a representative level in hockey, cricket, and track and cross country running.  

Away from Physiotherapy, Jordan loves going fishing, spending time with his friends and family, still playing hockey and golf. Through this active lifestyle, Jordan has spent plenty of time as a physiotherapy patient, working through shoulder surgery and leg injury rehabilitation at different stages. 


  • Professional Certificate in Pain Sciences – ongoing  
  • Bachelor of Physiotherapy – 2014 


  • Professional Certificate in Pain Science University of South Australia – 2024
  • Pain National Group, Australian Physiotherapy Association: Pain registrar case studies – 2022  
  • Pain Revolution & NQPPMS: Explain Pain – The North QLD Way – 2021 
  • Paul Bowman & Brian Heilbronn: ASCA Strength & Conditioning Coach – Level 1 – 2019 
  • Australian Physiotherapy Association Online Learning: Masterclasses in Musculoskeletal Clinical Reasoning – 2019 
  • Dr John Ford, Australian Physiotherapy Association: Specific physiotherapy for low back pain – a BIO-psychosocial approach – 2018  
  • Wayne Rodgers: Introduction to Shoulder Physiotherapy – 2017 
  • Select Physio – Jörgen Forsberg: Neuromuscular Dry Needling – Level 1 & 2 – 2016 & 2017  
  • Gateway Physiotherapy: Hydrotherapy: Introductory Course – 2016 
  • Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy Australia: Dynamic Approach to the Assessment of the Pelvic/Hip Region – Part 1 – 2016 
  • Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy Australia: Spinal Level 1 – 2015 
  • The McKenzie Institute International: Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy – Part A: The Lumbar Spine – 2014 
  • Pilates Institute of Queensland: Pilates Level 1 Matwork: Rehabilitation to Intermediate – 2014