Our Therapists

Our therapists are all qualified in the area of clinical healthcare within which they practice including physiotherapy, acupuncture, podiatry, reflexology and sports massage.

Alison Jones Grad Dip Phys MCSP – Physiotherapy and Acupuncture

Spines, backs, necks and general skeletal problems and sports injuries are Alison’s specialities. Physiotherapy after hip replacement surgery, arthritic pain, or ligament repair is extremely effective and can prove a highly beneficial source of pain relief to those suffering from an acute or chronic condition. Also qualified in acupuncture, Alison can also offer this highly effective treatment which has brought old-world wisdom to solve very new world problems.

Dominic Jones BSc (Hons) MCSP – Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy for children, sports injuries, damaged muscles, hip problems, and treatment for Osgood-Schlatters Disease are all on Dominic’s list of specialties. Painful spines, joints and muscles all benefit from his skills and, in addition, he looks past the existing conditions and advises on how to avoid their repetition or aggravation, firmly believing in empowering his patients to benefit from their treatment and to take steps to improve their lives. Also qualified in acupuncture, Dominic uses this form of therapy in conjunction with physiotherapy to help with pain relief.

Judy Skinner – Neuro Physiotherapy

Judy Skinner qualified in 1983 from Addenbrooke’s School of Physiotherapy, Cambridge. She has specialised in Neuro-Physiotherapy since 1985, gaining her neurological experience through working within the NHS in a number of London Hospitals including St Bartholomew’s, St. Thomas’, St. Georges’ and the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery. After moving to Somerset in 2000 she combined private work with working in the NHS at Musgrove Park Hospital, Taunton on the Neuro-rehabilitation Unit at Alfred Morris House and subsequently Triscombe Ward prior to moving fully into the private sector in 2009. Judy has completed a number of postgraduate courses in the treatment and management of Neurological Conditions including a Master’s Degree in the Bobath Concept of Treatment.

Selina Jervis – Sports Massage

Selina Jervis qualified in Sports Massage Therapy in January 2003 at the London School of Sports Massage. Selina worked in London for a short time before moving to Somerset and joining the team at St Johns Physiotherapy practice. Massage therapy could help you to maintain healthy muscles, improve posture, increase your energy levels, promote healing, improve flexibility or simply help you to relax.

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Dr. Max Forrester – Acupuncture

Max Forrester is a medical doctor with an extensive local practice. Recognising the effectiveness of acupuncture, he also qualified in this alternative therapy, and uses the technique primarily to alleviate pain, but he also advocates its use to promote healing and the relief of stress.

Hilary Meadows MChS, SRCH – Podiatry

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