We met Jen shortly before Jacob had SDR in June last year. Jacob instantly clicked with Jen and we knew she would be great as his private Physiotherapist. Jacob doesn’t see his sessions with Jen as hard work, but instead he finds them great fun and always really looks forward to going. (Which is a huge bonus when faced with a strong minded 5 year old!) Jen is always extremely positive, helpful and knowledgeable and has given us some great advice with all the many questions that we have! She also takes the time to understand and see things from a parents point of view and not just with a Physio mindset. We would have no hesitation in recommending Jen to anybody that was considering a private physio.

By Lucy – mother of Jacob age 5

Jennifer was very nice. She helped my back not hurt so much and it feels better.

By Katie – aged 7

Jennifer came highly recommended, when we needed a physiotherapist to treat a new back condition on our 7 year old daughter. She was very thorough in her consultation and assessment. She was great with our daughter, and gave her a comprehensive programme of exercises to help manage her condition. She accessed our daughter’s X-rays and reports, and used her professional contacts to ensure that we were able to negotiate the correct pathway in the NHS, to get the right treatment. We are very grateful to Jennifer for going out of her way to help us get the best outcome for our daughter.

By Laura – mother of Katie age 7

Jane and Jennifer make a wonderful team, with their years of combined therapy experience, which provides a solid foundation for comprehensive clinical reasoning. They seamlessly collaborate musculoskeletal and neurological knowledge to provide a holistic approach to patient care.

Hayley Ramjattan, MCSP

I have been fortunate to have had Jennifer as my therapist after my lengthy and complex surgeries. She has enormous knowledge and skill and I admire her professionalism. She is sensitive and caring and so good at understanding me. We work hard but laugh alot!

Stephanie, aged 18. Achondroplasia.