Based at St John’s Wood, London.
Jane is a specialist musculoskeletal and exercise rehabilitation physiotherapist with over 20 years of clinical experience, and leads the Physiotherapy provision in the Hypermobility Unit.
Originally from Western Australia where she completed her undergraduate and post graduate physiotherapy education at Curtin University, Jane combines her work in the Hypermobility Unit with her teaching and research at University College London within the Great Ormond Street Hospital Institute of Child Health.
As Professor of Physiotherapy and Health Education at University College London, a committed educator and active researcher, she regularly publishes research and clinical papers. Additionally, Jane frequently presents at conferences and contributes to CPD education and training in this field. She is also a medical advisor to Ehlers Danlos Support UK and the Hypermobility Syndrome Patient Association (HMSA).
Within the multidisciplinary team in the Hypermobility Unit, welcomes the opportunity to work with NHS and community partners. Jane specialises in working with children, adolescents and families to manage hypermobility related problems with the aim of optimising their health, fitness and quality of life.
Specialist interests are in sports and performing arts injury prevention and management, dysautonomia, Developmental Coordination Delay, Chronic fatigue and pain management and behaviour change.
Undergraduate and graduate degrees in Sport, Human Movement and Physiotherapy, Curtin University, Western Australia
Completed a doctorate degree.
Fine artist, film, theatre, walking and travel.