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Jordan M. Knox, MD

Languages spoken: English

Academic Information

Departments: Family & Preventive Medicine - Adjunct Assistant Professor

Divisions: DFPM Administration

Academic Office Information

Board Certification

  • American Board of Family Medicine
  • American Board of Family Medicine (Sports Medicine)

Research Interests

  • Sports Medicine
  • Musculoskeletal/Sports Medicine
  • Pediatric Sports Medicine
  • Sports Concussion

Jordan Knox, MD is a board-certified sports medicine and family physician at the University of Utah. He is involved in training resident physicians, medical students, and physician assistant students as well. His clinical interests include primary care for athletic teams, acute musculoskeletal injuries, and adolescent medicine. His hobbies include skiing, camping, spending time with his family, and cheering on his favorite sports teams.

Education History

Fellowship University of Utah
Sports Medicine
Residency University of Utah School of Medicine
Family Medicine
Professional Medical University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
Undergraduate Stanford University

Selected Publications

  1. Wolfenden E, Vukelic B, DeMarco M, Knox J, Ose D (2022). Does platelet-rich plasma improve patellar tendinopathy symptoms? J Fam Pract, 71(4), 188-189.
  2. Cushman DM, Knox J, Kobayashi JK, Zarate M, Wheelwright JC, Monson N, English J, Teramoto M (2022). Does anesthetic relief correspond to future pain relief? A prospective trial examining future pain relief for ultrasound-guided corticosteroid-anesthetic injections. Am J Phys Med Rehabil, 101, 1020-1025.
  3. Knox J, Fortenberry KT, Qeadan F, Tingey B, Holman A, Stoesser K, Van Hala S (2021). Implementing an Anonymous Closed-Loop Feedback Process and Associations With ACGME Annual Survey Scores in a Family Medicine Residency. Fam Med, 53(10), 878-881.
  4. Vukelic B, Abbey R, Knox J, Migdalski A (2021). Which injections are effective for lateral epicondylitis? [Review]. J Fam Pract, 70(9), 461-463.
  5. Badarane D, Knox J, Camacho A, Magill MK, Van Hala S, Jones JL (2019). Increasing Chlamydia Testing Rates via Targeted Outreach. PRiMER, 3, 17.
  6. Fortenberry K, Knox J, Hala SV (2018). What Do Residents Want for Burnout Prevention? … Time. [Letter to the editor]. Acad Med, 93(3), 343-344.
  7. Elbin RJ, Knox J, Kegel N, Schatz P, Lowder HB, French J, Burkhart S, Collins MW, Kontos AP (2016). Assessing Symptoms in Adolescents Following Sport-Related Concussion: A Comparison of Four Different Approaches. Appl Neuropsychol Child, 5(4), 294-302.