Jordan Achterhoff

Jordan Achterhoff

Jordan Achterhoff serves as the director of Spencer Hospital's Wound Healing & Hyperbaric Medicine Center. Jordan received her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology degree from Iowa State University with a minor in Community and Public Health. Jordan enjoys finding advanced solutions for patients living with chronic, non-healing wounds and working closely with staff to create an environment where patients feel safe and comfortable.

Blog/Article posts by this Author:

  • Collaboration Between Wound Healing and Vascular Specialists

    More than seven million people suffer from chronic wounds in the United States. Dealing with chronic, non-healing wounds can take months, or even years, to complete the normal healing process. The good news is our wound healing team, with help from vascular surgeons, can create a well-rounded plan of care to treat chronic wounds.

  • Not All Hyperbaric Oxygen Chambers Are Created Equal

    Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) is a powerful treatment used to aid in the healing of wounds and other health conditions. Spencer Hospital's Wound Care Director, Jordan Achterhoff, explains the benefits of using medical-grade hyperbaric oxygen treatment chambers for effective wound healing care.

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