Mike Jones Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy is a science-based profession which aims to maintain health for people of all ages, helping patients to manage pain and prevent disease.

Mike Jones graduated from the University of Ulster in 1988 going on to complete postgraduate research in Isokinetics. He began his career working in the NHS before setting up his first sports injury clinic in 1997. Throughout his career Mike has lectured in the University of Ulster and the Belfast Institute of Further and Higher Education in Biomechanics, Anatomy, Sports Injury and Sports Massage. He is considered one of Northern Irelands top sports physiotherapists. A career that includes having been Physiotherapist to Northern Ireland in two Commonwealth Games, physiotherapist to Northern Ireland Athletics Federation (NIAF), the Belfast Giants Ice Hockey Team, Glentoran F.C. (Irish Premier League) and the Irish Cycling Team.

His newly established Belfast based physiotherapy clinic believes strongly in a team approach to patient management.