Chartered Physiotherapist



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An avid outdoor enthusiast, Jo gained an interest in sports injury from firsthand experience of how injuries can affect all aspects of life, having detrimental effects on training, competing and general wellbeing. Whilst representing Great Britain at international mountain biking events from 1997- 2003, Jo had personal experience of what professional sports medicine involves and has a true understanding that people (like herself) want to be fixed and back in training, ready for an event yesterday!Wanting to learn more and specialise in sports injuries, Jo undertook and gained a BSc (Hons) in Sports Therapy in 2004 whilst enjoying playing high level (BUSA) university volleyball. Upon graduation, Jo started Back on Track in 2004 from a patient list of zero from the Andover Leisure Centre.
Although no longer operating from Andover Leisure Centre, Back on Track continues to operate from a clinic at Andover Down Farm. Frustrated at some of the barriers of sports therapy, Jo continued her learning development gaining a physiotherapy degree with first class honours in 2012. Jo will continue her enthusiasm and sports medicine direction using the latest evidence to assess, rehabilitate and maintain athletes of all calibre efficiently and effectively.Jo enjoys treatment and rehabilitation of all sports injuries, but injuries from running and cycling are her particular favourite with rehabilitating post operative knees and shoulders a close second. Jo is a registered member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists, Physiotherapists in Sport and Society of Sports Therapists and Health Professions Council.


I was adamant that pre op I wanted to keep up my exercise regime and Jo was very knowledgeable in terms of helping me understand what I could continue with and helped me explore some activities I had not considered.
I am now post op and well on the road to recovery using Jo now to regain my muscle mass and strengthen my leg.
I can’t recommend Jo highly enough she is extremely knowledgeable and there is nothing she does not know about how the body works. Her service is friendly and she makes you feel at ease completely in her fab centre.


Thank you so much for all your help over the last few weeks. It has been great to have effective treatment, advice and encouragement, as well as permission to ‘force the envelope’. I’ll endeavour to continue to work on mobility and proprioception.



  • Keeping up-to-date
  • Qualifications

Jo enjoys keeping up-to-date and using the latest evidence based practice, her recent professional development includes:

  • ACL update June 2018
  • Anterior Knee Pain June 2018
  • Female athletes: when injury is more than injury May 2018
  • Nutrition: new view on health, ageing and practice April 2018
  • Hip and Groin Injuries February 2018
  • Strength and Conditioning for Therapists November 2017
  • Paediatric & Adolescent Musculoskeletal disorders October 2017
  • Emergency First Aid at Work- For healthcare professionals September 2017
  • Neck Pain- new treatment approaches for the busy clinician July 2017
  • Paediatric Orthopaedic Workshop May 2017
  • Shoulder Instability March 2017
  • Tendinopathy Update September 2016
  • Anterior Knee Pain June 2018
  • Running Repairs Course January 2016
  • Hamstrings Injuries- function, assessment and Management July 2015
  • The Athletic Shoulder June 2015
  • Bachelor of Science (Hons) Physiotherapy
  • Bachelor of Science (Hons) Sports Therapy
  • National Diploma in Sports Therapy
  • National Diploma in Sports Science
  • City and Guilds Coaching awards
  • Sports Medicine First Aid
  • Additional continued professional development courses
  • Registered with the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists
  • Sports Therapists and Health Profession Council

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