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20th November 2012
Sharp new physio gets straight to the point!
Jayne Crook, who recently joined the team at Meadowhead Physiotherapy brings with her a wealth of experience and with her sporting background as an international fencer, a special insight into sports rehabilitation and motivating people from all backgrounds back to full fitness.
12th November 2012
Jenny joins the elite
Congratulations to Jenny on successfully qualifying as a JEMS rehabilitation practitioner and in so doing joins an elite group of expert physiotherapists who use cutting edge techniques to rehabilitate their patients. Find out what makes JEMS unique
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latest from our blog...
Jenny's comment on an American study that looked at whether women have an increased risk of injury when exercising in the week before their period is due.
Jenny explains how qualifying as a JEMS practitioner has enabled her to develop her ability to prescribe far more effective, enjoyable & symptom specific exercises, leading to improved results.