MSc Sports and Exercise Medicine
BSc (HONS) Physiotherapy
2013-Present Clinic Director and Team Lead at Manor Clinic
1998-2013 Clinic Lead, Lower Limb Team DMRC Headley Court (Ministry of Defence Rehab)
1999-2003 Kings College Hospital MSK Physiotherapy
1994-1999 Various NHS Trusts in South and East London
Honorary Lecturer St Mary’s University London MSC programme.
Various Committees for Best Practice Guidelines in MOD.
Medical Cover for Toe in the Water Sailing Charity.
Officer in The Reserve Forces 1999-2013.
Winston Churchill Fellow.
Lecturing at Conferences
Jayne has special interests in Lower Limb injuries, Exercise for Rehabilitation, Sports Injuries and Advanced Biomechanics. With a team working approach to lower limb biomechanics and movement analysis, she has worked in rehabilitation aimed at running and walking gait and has developed a speciality in Hip and Groin pain as well as Tendinopathy and Trauma/Amputees.
Jayne works in a holistic way to problem solve using the whole of the kinetic chain to obtain positive results. Jayne has a special interest in children with Hypermobility and Chronic fatigue. Also in Adults and Children with running, movement and coordination issues, and she believes that with good assessment and training everyone could improve their running, strength and co-ordination, with just a little help and guidance.