Jennifer-Ann has 30 years’ experience, and extensive additional training, which underpins her approach to getting to the root of to patients’ presenting symptoms and working with them towards regaining their physical health.
Jennifer-Ann has a wide range of experience with diverse patient groups, as a senior physiotherapist within the NHS; as a private practitioner with her own practise; and having previously worked with a professional rugby club, the Saracens, for six years.
A key part of her work as a physiotherapist is assessing where the patient is, alongside the potential level to which they can improve function. To enhance patients’ health and quality of life, means optimising wherever they are at their stage of life, which is unique to every patient and involves considering together with the patient what they are hoping to achieve, and working toward this. The approach is holistic; to treat the person as a whole, and not as a set of symptoms.
Having worked in the management of persistent pain within a specialist tertiary centre (RNOH, Stanmore), one of Jennifer-Ann’s special interests is in working with patients with life-long conditions, including long-standing pain.
Jennifer-Ann also has a special interest in dizziness and vestibular balance issues. As an NMSK specialist (neuro musculo-skeletal issues), Jennifer-Ann also has expertise in spinal and all peripheral joint conditions, including shoulder problems.
Jennifer-Ann also treats CYP; children from the age of 8 upwards, regarding growth issues, pain and joint issues.