About Jane

Having earned my physiotherapy qualification from Leeds in 1997, my journey in healthcare began at Aintree (NHS) Trust and the Walton Centre until 1999, followed by a tenure at Salford Royal Hospitals (NHS) Trust until 2001, where I also engaged in private practice in Sale, Manchester.

Transitioning into a Specialist Physiotherapist role with Greater Manchester Police, I eventually returned to my roots on the Isle of Man in 2005.

Combining my dedication to Isle of Man Hospitals with part-time private practice, I completed my MSc in Advanced Physiotherapy with distinction in 2017.

Now, I’m thrilled to be back in private practice, particularly in the northern region of the island, where I reside with my husband Christian and our three daughters.

Registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) under registration number PH53008 and the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) with registration number 58397, my expertise spans a diverse range of specialties. These include Arthritis, Back and Spinal conditions, joint issues, ligaments, muscle and tendon concerns, Orthopaedics/Trauma care, post-operative rehabilitation, Chronic pain management, Clinical Pilates, Rheumatology, Sports physiotherapy, Vestibular rehabilitation (balance), and Workplace health. Additionally, I provide compassionate care for children aged 11 and above with musculoskeletal pain and injuries, as well as adults of all ages.

Why choose a Chartered Physiotherapist?

If you see a Chartered Physiotherapist you can be confident of their professional knowledge and skills.

Chartered Physiotherapists, through their professional body, have continued to drive the standard of physiotherapy up, seeking and adopting new and innovative ways of working in response to current health and social care reform.

All physiotherapists in the UK have to be registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC). This is a condition of using the title ‘Physiotherapist’ or ‘Physical Therapist’, claiming to be an active member of the profession, and practising physiotherapy anywhere in the UK, whether in the NHS, independent or working in other sectors.

A Chartered Physiotherapist is a qualified member of their professional body, the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP). Through this membership they have committed themselves to providing high quality services and protecting the quality of physical treatments. Chartered Physiotherapists have:

  • Registered and fulfilled the high standards of professional practice described by the Health and Care Professions Council
  • Agreed to adhere to the CSP’s Code of Professional Values and Behaviour, the CSP Code of Professional Values and Behaviour and work to the CSP Quality Assurance Standards
  • Regularly used a wide range of resources, support and networking opportunities: these are many and varied, but include UK and international peer support relating to their clinical specialism (through CSP-recognised professional networks), support on keeping up-to-date with the latest evidence around effective practice and for continuing professional development (CPD)
  • Committed to engagement with the CSP as the UK professional body that defines scope of physiotherapy practice in the UK
  • Possession of professional liability insurance (subject to membership category)
  • The added value of CSP membership is widely recognised by physiotherapists: over 90% of those practising in the UK hold Chartered status.

The HCPC is an independent, UK-wide health regulator of specific health and social care professions, including physiotherapy. Is your physio registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC)? You can check online at www.hpc-uk.org.