Jane Leah

Musculoskeletal Physio
BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy MCSP HCPC registered

Jane graduated from Salford University in 1994 as a qualified Chartered Physiotherapist. Her first post was at Leighton Hospital in Crewe, working in a rotational post covering all specialities.

Since then, Jane has shown a special interest in musculoskeletal and sports injuries, working in the NHS and the private sector, treating all ages and abilities in the non-professional, semi-professional to professional/international sportsperson. This has involved travelling to Europe to provide physiotherapy cover during the UEFA Champion’s League Cup and also with Hockey Wales.

Jane has gained vast experience in dealing with both acute and chronic sports injuries after taking up the position of Head Academy Physiotherapist at Crewe Alexandra F.C. in 1997.

Sshe was responsible for looking after academy footballers and also working as part of the medical/ physiotherapy team looking after YTS and 1st team players.
From 1999 to present day, Jane has worked as a Lower Limb Specialist Physiotherapy Practitioner in the NHS. In addition, she has worked as a Senior Sports Injuries Physiotherapist with the Sports Injury Team of Consultant Sports Injury Surgeons, including working alongside Mr Dai Rees, one of the UK’s top knee surgeons.


In addition to her vast experience in sports injuries...

Jane has, since 2012,worked as a specialist physiotherapy practitioner with the Foot and Ankle team, working closely alongside the Foot and Ankle team of Consultant Surgeons at The Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Gobowen, UK.

Jane’s interests are mainly involved in treating lower limb injuries.

These include hip/groin, knee and foot and ankle conditions where she has gained extensive experience and keeping up to date in these areas of specialities by attending annual international and national conferences. Jane has also gained a recognised Pilates qualification (APPI) to teach in a class setting or an individual basis for a variety of injuries/conditions.


Although most of her time is spent in a “hands-on” capacity...

Jane is also involved in education of undergraduate Physiotherapy students and is active in rehabilitative research and audit, including giving lectures nationally and internationally.
Away from work, she enjoys swimming, running and going to the gym and spending time with her family.

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