Jennifer graduated from the University of East Anglia in 2013 with first-class honours in her BSc Physiotherapy degree. Since then she has undertaken further training, completing her certification in Orthopaedic Manual Therapy (COMT). In addition to this, Jennifer also completed a two-day course on the Mulligan concept which she completed at Curtin University in Perth, Australia whilst travelling abroad. This four-week course and assessment increased her clinical knowledge and vastly improved her manual therapy skills in order to provide good quality, evidence-based and effective care to her patients.
Over the last six years Jennifer has worked in a variety of roles within the NHS and also worked for the Cantabrigian Rugby Union Football Club where she provided match day medical support, pre-match preparation and attended to the various injuries of the players from all four teams. Jennifer’s passion lies within musculoskeletal (MSK) based physiotherapy, specialising in women’s health.
Furthermore, time working for the Cantabs has allowed Jennifer to gain excellent experience in managing sports-related injuries. You’ll find Jennifer based at our Cambridge clinic in the Woodlands Surgery on Bateman Street.
In her spare time she keeps active by regularly running and hiking. When not running or hiking, Jennifer is mum to both her daughter and Golden Retriever.