Dr. Dan Ordaz was recently named team physician for Heritage Christian High School, a St.Vincent Sports Performance partner school.
Originally from Ohio, he is a graduate of the St.Vincent Family Medicine Residency and St.Vincent Sports Performance Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship.
Dr. Ordaz’s training in sports medicine included coverage of the Butler University and Marian University athletic departments. He also covered several sports as a team physician for Pike and Roncalli High Schools. Dr. Ordaz annually provides coverage for major running events including the Carmel Marathon and the Geist half-marathon. In addition, he has covered Big 10 men’s and women’s basketball tournaments, Big 10 Football Championship games and multiple USA Track and Field events.
Dr. Ordaz has a special interest in helping athletes of all sports and levels. An avid runner and endurance athlete, he particularly enjoys the evaluation and management of running injuries.
Dr. Ordaz is board certified in both Family Medicine and Sports Medicine. He is a member of several national organizations including the American Academy of Family Physicians, the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine and the American College of Sports Medicine. He enjoys spending time with his wife, running, watching movies and various sports.