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Tammy Tomich-Gandee
Dr. Candace Jordan

Tammy L Tomich-Gandee

LMT, EMFT, CLT, JFB MFR Practitioner

I became interested in John F Barnes’ technique during the 1990s while working in the Midwest equine industry. There was much talk and wonderment around a new way of treating lameness and gait disturbance. My curiosity grew as I continued to hear about the positive outcomes John’s Myofascial work was having with horses.

During my career with Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA), as a Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA) in the Oncology Rehabilitation Department, I was continually empowered to further my educational interest. It was during this time I became certified in Clinical Research, Tai Chi Fundamentals training, Leduc Manual Lymphatic Drainage and Manual Lymphatic Bandaging, Total Control Instruction with the Women’s Health Foundation, Clinical Instruction for Gateway PTA Students, STAR Provider with Oncology Rehab Partners, and John F Barnes Myofascial Release (JFB MFR) theory, practice, and application.

I continue to empower other practitioners through the instruction of Myofascial Release CEU courses at Phoenix College. I am hopeful, with the support of technological advancements, the growth in fascial research will further cultivate our healthcare community in recognizing the importance in myofascial treatment. I am excited to play a role in this ever-evolving discipline.

I have attended and completed the following JFB Myofascial Release Seminars certifications: Myofascial Release I, Myofascial Release II, Myofascial Unwinding, Fascial Pelvis, Cervical-Thoracic Myofascial Release, Subtle Energy Level I, and Mark Barnes’ Equine Myofascial Release, Dr. Angelique Barbra’s Holistic Animal Courses; Equine Myomanipulative Functional Therapy, Equine Cranial Sacral Therapy, Equine Kinesiology taping.

Dr. Candace Jordan


Candace Jordan received her Doctorate of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in San Diego, CA. Her practice includes Chinese Herbs, Eastern and Western Nutrition, Orthopedics, Japanese Meridian therapy, OB-GYN, Cupping, Gua Sha, and TCM acupuncture. She started her studies in eastern medicine in 2000 by graduating from Jin Shin Do acupressure course. She then went on to graduate from Ashmead College of Massage Therapy in 2004. She has taken four levels of Acutonics and she loves the use of vibrational therapy with acupuncture. Candace also is a yoga instructor with 18 years of teaching experience. She has experience in treating complex cases and looks forward to facilitating healing with her patients.

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