Instructor, Clinical Sciences
Dr. Michelle Jourdan is a full-time faculty member of the Doctor of Chiropractic degree program at National University's Florida location.
Dr. Jourdan is the youngest of 12 children and grew up in suburban Detroit. She attended the University of Michigan, where she received a bachelor's degree in environmental science with chemistry minor in 1990. She worked as an environmental chemist in the Chicago area for 10 years, performing asbestos air sampling analysis and environmental project management and ground water sampling for underground storage tank removal.
Dr. Jourdan earned a second bachelor's degree in human biology as well as her doctor of chiropractic degree from National College of Chiropractic (now National University of Health Sciences) in 1999.
In 2001, she moved to Florida and began her career as a chiropractic physician and personal growth coach. She managed multiple chiropractic facilities in Miami-Dade counties, as an independent contractor. She began her own private practice in 2003 and eventually opened Jourdan Chiropractic Center in 2008.
Dr. Jourdan has practiced as a primary care physician for families, specializing in pregnancy and hormone balancing. In addition, she created a business called "Blu Fut International Consulting, LLC" with a premise to influence different cultures of the world with education on chiropractic and personal growth. She has recently returned from Greenland, Denmark and Sweden to initiate this venture.
Dr. Jourdan is also a runner with the ultimate goal of completing the Chicago Marathon in October 2012.