Based at St John’s Wood.
Jason is a highly experienced physiotherapist capable of treating a wide variety of musculoskeletal conditions. He is also a Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist in hypermobility and pain management. He strongly believes that the key to good outcomes rests firmly in accurate initial assessment and diagnosis, thereby guiding the most appropriate choice of treatment in order to get the best results.
Jason is a Clinical Specialist in pain management and rehabilitation with particular specialism in Joint Hypermobility Syndrome (JHS) and Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS). He also currently works as an Extended Scope Physiotherapist at University College Hospital London, where he runs hypermobility consultant clinics. He is also a member of the Ehlers-Danlos UK medical advisory panel and regular contributor to the Society.
He previously worked at The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital (RNOH), Stanmore, for 11 years, spending the last 6 years as a lead physiotherapist on the RNOH Rehabilitation and Pain Management Programmes including the specialist inpatient Hypermobility Programme. He also recently had a piece of research relating to back pain rehabilitation presented at the 2016 International Association for the Study of Pain Conference in Tokyo.
Jason spent 5 years working for West Ham United Football Club where he was responsible for running assessment and treatment clinics for the elite Academy players. He now uses this experience to treat sports injuries for patients of all levels from elite athlete to weekend warrior. Jason has a wide variety of treatment methods that he can call upon including exercise prescription, taping, Pilates, acupuncture and manual therapy including mobilisation and manipulation.
BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy first class. University of East London 2005
Acupuncture – AACP Accredited practitioner
Qualified Pilates instructor (APPI Levels 1, 2 & 3). DMA Levels 1 & 2.
BA (Hons) Business Studies
Jason loves watching and playing all sports, travelling and playing quizzes.