The Jane Harris Physiotherapy

Jane Harris is a highly-regarded physiotherapist with over 35 years' experience. Her early career was largely hospital-based before Jane established her successful private clinic in Maidenhead 20 years ago. Her extensive and varied background has also included working as physiotherapist to the England Lacrosse team, both the British and Jamaican Bobsleigh teams, and the Army. Jane began as a junior at Frimley Park Hospital in 1981, after training at Middlesex School of Physiotherapy in London. It was at Frimley that she specialised in the musculo-skeletal side of physiotherapy and in particular the Cyriax principles of treatment. James Cyriax is acknowledged as the father of orthopaedic medicine. Jane pursued her interest in Cyriax and attended lectures under him when she moved to what is now known as North Hants Hospital, Basingstoke, where she became a Senior Physiotherapist.