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Harriet Jones

Harriet Jones

Specialist Musculoskeletal And Sports Physiotherapist

Harriet has always been interested in exercise and rehabilitation and has a Masters degree in Physiotherapy from Kings College Hospital (2007) plus a first class honours degree in Sport and Exercise Science from the prestigious Loughborough University.

Once qualified as a Physiotherapist, Harriet completed her matwork Pilates training with the Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute (APPI) and has continued to maintain a very high level of professional development and learning.

Harriet has over 14 years experience as a physiotherapist and Pilates instructor within two of London’s major teaching hospitals (Kings and UCH) and in the private sector.  Harriet has extensive experience treating clients with low back pain, sports injuries, orthopaedic conditions and clients who are both antenatal and postnatal. Harriet has post graduate training in acupuncture, Pilates including ‘The Reformer’, taping, and pregnancy related pain.

Harriet has a strong sporting background, playing tennis to a national level and achieving a sports scholarship to New Mexico State University in the USA, where she studied Kinesiology. Harriet has been an active member of the Hampshire County Ladies tennis team for over 20 years where she currently represents them in Group 1 of Summer County Cup.

Harriet is a full member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists (MCSP), Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) and Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists (AACP). Harriet is our Lead Physiotherapist for Clinical Pilates and Ante-Post Natal Physiotherapy.

Undergraduate Education:

BSc (Hons) Sport and Exercise Science, Loughborough University First Class Honours 2002-2005
MSc (pre-registration) Physiotherapy, King’s College London 2005-2007

Post Graduate Education/Courses:

Recognising Rheumatology – Jack March (January 2021 – 1 day)
Running Repairs – Tom Goom (November 2020 – 2 days)
Compex Advanced Training Course (October 2019 – 2 days)
Patella Femoral Pain Syndrome Uncovered – Claire Robertson (September 2016 – 2 days)
APPI Reformer Level 1 – (April 2016 – 2 days)
POGP Physiotherapy Assessment and Management of Pregnancy Related Musculoskeletal Conditions (February 2015 – 2.5 days)
APPI Pilates Matwork Examination (December 2013, passed with 93%)
APPI Pilates Matwork Level Three Intermediate/Advanced (October 2012 – 2 days)
APPI Pilates Matwork Level Two Class Instructor (April 2012 – 2 days)
APPI Pilates Matwork Level One (January 2009 – 2 days)
Ante & Postnatal Pilates – APPI (February 2013 – 2 days)
Kinesiology Tape – RockTape FMT1 (December 2012 – 1 day)
The Combined Approach to the SIJ – Howard Turner (January 2012 – 2 days)
Clinical Reasoning of the Upper Quadrant (November 2011 – 1 day)
The Grumbling Groin – Mark Young (May 2011 – Evening lecture)
ACPSM Study Day: The Management of Acute Soft Tissue Injuries (November 2010 – 1 day)
Pathology, Assessment & Rehabilitation of Lower Limb Tendinopathies – Jill Cook (November 2010)
National Sports First Aid Course (November 2010 – 2 days)
Orthopaedic Masterclass – Peripheral Nerve Injuries (October 2010 – Evening lecture)
AACP Foundation Acupuncture Course – AACP (April – May 2010 – 6 days)
Sporting Masterclass ‘M’ Level course: The Knee – University of Hertfordshire (November 2009 – 2 days)
Making Sense of Chronic Pain – Nick Spahr & Duncan Saunders (October 2009 – 2 days)

The Shoulder:

Theory and Practice – Dr Jeremy Lewis (September 2009 – 2 days)

Conferences and Congress:

Therapy Live Conference (June 2021 – 1 day)
Therapy Live Conference (June 2020 – 1 day)
TherapyExpo Conference (November 2017 – 2 days)