Founder & Director
Jonathan is the Founder & Director of Jonathan Clark Physiotherapy, with 12 years of experience in the profession since graduating in 2009 with a BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy.
Jonathan has always had a passion for helping people to change their lives, through expertly diagnosing any injury walking through the door, fixing that injury and putting measures in place to prevent that injury recurring in the future.
He now works non-clinically within the company, sharing this passion and ethos with the rest of his team, so that they too can help people to reach their goals and change their lives.
In his spare time, Jonathan likes to get lost in the New Forest on trail runs, hit the local hot yoga studio, the gym and he simply loves to unwind in a spa.
His compassion in helping people further extends to heading on charity trips around the World, from volunteering in a hospital in Zanzibar, to building houses in the impoverished favelas of Brazil and flood-stricken villages in Myanmar.
He also spent some time training in Kung Fu with the Shaolin Warrior Monks in China and came back very battered and bruised!
Jennifer is the Clinical Lead at Jonathan Clark Physiotherapy, with 13 years in the profession since graduating from the University of Southampton with a BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy. Jennifer also has qualifications in acupuncture (AACP registered), Pilates (APPI L3) and breast cancer rehabilitation.
Jennifer loves to help patients to achieve their goals and support people to keep as active as possible. She is passionate about promoting learning amongst the team so that the treatments offered stem from the latest evidence and are research based to offer the highest standard of care.
In her spare time, Jennifer is often chasing around after her two young boys. Weekends are often spent playing football and chase in the park. She also enjoys running, Pilates and swimming.
During his time at David Roberts, his role included a 2 year spell as the Lancashire County Cricket club 2nd team physio, which really complimented his passion for sport and specifically cricket. Nick was also part of the medical team for 5 of Sir Ian Botham’s marathon walk’s for charity which took him around the UK and two trips abroad to South Africa and Sri Lanka, gaining a wealth of experience in dealing with injuries in the field.
Nick brings a wealth of experience in treating musculoskeletal conditions, and one of his strongest assets is the ability to develop a strong rapport with his clients to guide them through their recovery with his knowledge and skills.
Outside of work Nick is very family orientated, coming from a family of 8 brothers and sisters, where sport was a massive part of his upbringing. He recently started his own family with his son Ben arriving in January 2020 and has two Border Collies which get him and his family out in the Hampshire countryside. He is a very keen cricketer and golfer, but also has a creative side being a huge photography enthusiast.
Amy has been working with Jonathan Clark Physiotherapy since 2019, after graduating with a BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy in 2019.
Working with and treating people with musculoskeletal pain is her ambition, and her favourite part of the job is getting know her patients as individuals during sessions. Amy finds it always interesting to see a new perspective from the clients she’s met.
Outside of physiotherapy, if it’s something exercise based, Amy is interested. She spends her time swimming, weightlifting, running, cycling, playing ultimate frisbee, playing tennis or anything else she can find.
Jonny has seven years of experience working in musculoskeletal rehabilitation. Since graduating from St Marys University in 2014 with a BSc in Sports Rehabilitation, he has worked in various sports, ranging from grassroots to international levels. Jonny has three years of experience working as a civilian exercise rehabilitation instructor for the military. During this time, he worked across all three services in both primary and regional rehabilitation settings gaining extensive experience in treating MSK injuries occurring from highly varied incidents. Since graduating with a degree in Physiotherapy from the University of Southampton in 2020, he has worked for Jonathan Clark Physiotherapy.
Jonny enjoys the challenge of treating various musculoskeletal conditions and helping clients achieve their goals. In his spare time, he enjoys challenging himself in sporting events, such as long-distance/Ironman triathlons. He is also a keen climber and enjoys spending time outside exploring the countryside.
Lois qualified as a physiotherapist in 2004. After doing her junior rotations, Lois spent twelve years in China working as a missionary. She used her physio skills to manage a foster home for orphans and did many other projects across China to help disabled children, orphans, and those in need. These days, as well as specialising in musculoskeletal conditions, Lois also uses her medical skills to work in Urgent Response in the community and works in a school that uses horses to aid physiotherapy with children.
Lois loves to use her experience to lead the patient to full health and surpass their expectations of performance, fitness and agility. As a swimming national finalist, county runner and national biathlon finalist, Lois has a deep insight into competing at a high level and the training that this requires. She has a passion for helping clients return to and exceed in the sports and activities they love.
Lois has a passion for seeing God’s power move in the nations. Having helped and led in teams in Romania, Russia, India and China to help orphans and those in need, Lois is confident in God’s miracle power and ability to save the lost.
Lois spends most of her time being a mother to four beautiful children and going on outdoor adventures with her family.
Lucy qualified with an MSc in Physiotherapy at Glasgow Caledonian University in 2018 after completing a 4-year undergraduate BSc in Anatomy at Glasgow University. Lucy also works within the NHS and has experience in a range of physiotherapy conditions including respiratory, neuromuscular and amputee rehab.
Lucy’s main passion lies within rehabilitation, striving to achieve the best possible outcome within an individual’s potential. She loves to use the power of exercise therapy, alongside hands on techniques, to correct muscle imbalances and eliminate pain.
When Lucy isn’t working you can find her swimming, running, cycling, doing yoga or climbing mountains! She also has a passion for music, soaking up the local open mic scene!
Johnny has recently graduated from Bournemouth University with a BSc in Physiotherapy. Prior to university and during his studies, he has been working as a personal trainer. He has 5 years’ worth of experience working with people to not only achieve their goals but to excel beyond them.
Johnny finds the favourite part of his job is guiding people back to being able to do the activities they love and knowing how much of a positive impact that has on someone’s life.
In his spare time, Johnny is normally training for some sort of event. Two of his greatest achievements to date have been crossing the finish line of the London Marathon and the Ironman UK Triathlon. He also enjoys going to the gym but if the suns out he will usually be on a tennis court.
Sports & Exercise Therapist
Anna is a BSc (Hons) Sports & Exercise Therapist with 2 years of experience since graduating with a 1st class honours in 2019. She continued her studies after University by choosing to complete a Personal Trainer and Nutrition course which compliment her degree and enable her to give the best advice in all areas!
Anna has a passion for helping others through not only diagnosing and treating any injury that occurs but also through educating people on how to improve their lifestyle. She loves enabling people to get back to doing what they love most.
In her spare time Anna likes to spend time with her family, go to the gym and enjoys taking time for herself by walking in the countryside.
Sports & Exercise Therapist
TJ is a BSc (Hons) Sports & Exercise Therapist with 1 years experience since graduating with a 1st class honours in 2020.
TJ found herself interested in helping others after experiencing an injury when she was 14. She dislocated her ankle while playing football and was in awe of how physiotherapy enabled her to get back playing again after surgery! Inspired by this event she wanted to give everyone a similar positive experience and to give people the tools to prevent any future reoccurrences.
In her spare time TJ likes to play football, go to the gym and go on long countryside walks with a stop at the pub of course!
Sports & Exercise Therapist
Rares has recently graduated from Solent University with a 1st Class Honours Degree in Sports and Exercise Therapy. Throughout his time at Solent university, he has gathered a diverse range of hands-on experience, from pitch side to clinical based. Alongside his sports therapy degree, he is also qualified in personal training, outdoor training, and indoor cycling.
What Rares loves the most about his job is the ability it offers him to help people overcome their injuries and become better and stronger. It provides him with the opportunity of giving people a second chance at returning to their favourite activities, whether that is their favourite hobby or their careers.
As a fitness enthusiast, Rares loves working out and participating in sports. When he is not at the gym, he loves going on long car journeys, preferably by the beach.
Lead Sports Massage Therapist
Ricky is our Lead Sports Massage therapist and has been with the company from the near beginning.
Since graduating from Solent University in 2004, Ricky has gathered a wealth of knowledge and understanding about the body and the musculoskeletal system. He also works as a self-employed Personal Trainer / Fitness Instructor.
In 2012, Ricky studied at the London School of Sports Massage and graduated with an ISRM / BTEC (Level 5) Professional Diploma in Clinical Sport & Remedial Massage Therapy, allowing him to work to the highest level within the industry.
Ricky has had a passion for sport and the body since his youth when he swam competitively for his county and went on to be selected to join the National swimming squad. He has used his knowledge and experience to advise others in the field of sport and fitness, including health & nutrition. Through his experience and training, Ricky has learnt about the importance of soft tissue therapies for rehabilitation and performance enhancement in competitive and recreational sports.
Ricky has developed an array of skills and techniques to effectively treat and have a positive outcome to a wide range of patients, from elite athletes with sporting injuries to people from all walks of life with postural imbalances and soft tissue injuries. Ricky is highly professional and the quality and care he provides ensures the patients are as comfortable as possible while promoting quick and effective recovery to any injury scenario.
In his spare time, Ricky enjoys keeping fit and healthy, he always makes time for family and friends and gets a great deal of pleasure in entertaining people. He has travelled to many beautiful countries, dived with sharks, sky dived, bungee jump and worked on a ski season. He has currently taken up surfing and Wakeboarding.
Ricky has an active lifestyle and promotes a healthy, positive and fun world. His main purpose in life is to help others, mentally, emotionally and physically.
Sports Massage Therapist
Chris is a Level 5 Sports & Remedial Massage Therapist, gaining his qualification in 2012, allowing him to work to the highest level within the profession.
In his spare time, Chris has always enjoyed keeping fit and healthy primarily through cycling, previously competing on his bike for a French cycling team. He enjoys most sporting activities from bodyboarding to skiing. He also likes to DJ at parties!
Carlie is the Office Manager of Jonathan Clark Physiotherapy, with 11 years administrative experience in both the NHS and private sector. She loves helping people and working with the therapists so they can provide the best treatment and care for clients.
Carlie leads and supports the Administrative Team to provide a friendly, compassionate and exceptional service. She loves working for Jonathan Clark Physiotherapy, as she values their goals and passion for helping people.
In her spare time, she enjoys keeping fit and healthy, attending the gym and classes. She also enjoys yoga, spending time with friends and family, and relaxing in a spa.
Lucy is an Office Assistant here at Jonathan Clark Physiotherapy, and has been working here since 2018. Lucy is currently in her third year studying Physiotherapy at Winchester University.
Lucy has a passion for physiotherapy, and loves being involved with the admin team. Working with the admin team has allowed her to develop many key skills, all of which will be vital when qualifying as a physiotherapist.
In her spare time, you will often find Lucy either at the gym, with the horses, studying or spending time with friends or family.
Victoria is our Marketing Strategist. She has over 10 years’ experience in the administration sector. Before joining us, she graduated with a higher level NVQ diploma in Business Administration. Victoria has worked across a variety of different sectors including hospitality, education, and the fitness & leisure industry.
Victoria loves to be creative and enjoys showcasing the brilliant care that we provide to all of our clients at Jonathan Clark Physiotherapy. Her favourite part of the day is interacting with local businesses and clients via our Social Media channels and hearing about the success stories from previous clients. She loves the ethos of working for Jonathan Clark Physiotherapy, as we all care about the goals and aims of what the client wants to achieve.
Victoria spent her gap year volunteering full time at a Scout Campsite in Dorset as an Activity Instructor and Campsite Warden. She provided activities to young people such as Climbing, Zip Wire, Crate Stacking, Archery, Tomahawk Throwing, and many more. She still visits and spend her weekends and Annual Leave volunteering as she loves to help and enjoys being in the outdoors.
In her spare time, Victoria is a UK Scouting volunteer, dedicating her time preparing young people with skills for life. She loves to spend time with her family, and friends, preferably in the great outdoors. Whenever she can, she likes to take part in adventurous activities including Archery, Kayaking, SUP Boarding and Climbing, but she also loves to unwind by reading a good book or doing yoga in her garden.
Lynn is the Accounts manager of Jonathan Clark Physiotherapy, with a background of teaching Mathematics. She is also the mother of Jonathan, our Founder & Director.
Lynn has a passion for numbers and really enjoys the day to day running of the Accounts and payroll for Jonathan Clark Physiotherapy.
In her spare time, Lynn loves to keep active, she can be like a fish out of water when she can’t get into a swimming pool, loves to play squash and badminton, to go cycling and walking and really enjoys yoga.
Kathryn has recently joined us at Jonathan Clark Physiotherapy, bringing with her several years of experience in both administration and reception cover. Kathryn has come to us after working for the NHS and in the private sector.
Kathryn has a passion for caring for others, giving our clients a friendly and professional experience at Jonathan Clark Physiotherapy.
Kathryn likes nothing more than being with her family and friends, loves crafting and can be found in what spare time she has with her trusted sewing machine or cross stitching.
Rachel is an office assistant, joining the company in 2021 after her time in retail and call centre roles.
In her spare time, Rachel loves to go travelling and go on nature walks with her friends and family.
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