Fiona at Commonwealth Games

Our superstar physio, Fiona Robertson had an awesome week supporting the Jersey athletes as a team physio at the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham!

Fiona said, “She loved every minute of the trip, from spectating an amazing array of sports to riding in the team car for the cycling road race, lots of amazing performances on show, Team Jersey rose to the occasion and did the island proud!”

Check out all the news from games on the Commonwealth Games Jersey’s website:

*Thanks to Dave Ferguson Photography


Fiona at the Jersey Muratti

Following on from Paul at the Muratti in Guernsey, Fiona was incredibly lucky to support the ladies’ football team for the Jersey Football Association first ladies Muratti in 6 years! ⚽🦸‍♀️

There were excellent results for both the women’s and the men’s teams at the Muratti but particularly for the ladies! Fiona was thrilled to be part of the team for the day!

Under 21’s football team Muratti in Guernsey

Paul jetted off with the U21’s football team in April to play in the Muratti on our neighboring island Guernsey. It was an epic day with a great win of 2-1! Well done to the lads at the Jersey Football Association – see them celebrating in this video!

An evening with Alex and the Menopause Forum

This April, Alex joined Trudi Roscouet and Dr. Rebecca Harling, the awesome and inspiring women behind The Menopause Forum.

The topic of Alex’s discussion was ” I wish I had known about this earlier….!” This is what 99% of women in their 50s and 60s and younger say to Alex when she sees them. Pelvic Health is particularly challenging because it’s so taboo. Did you know that it takes women on average 10 years to visit their GP for any pelvic health problems such as urinary incontinence or pelvic organ prolapse?

Alex gave an insightful talk with her expansive knowledge on such issues along with a pinch of humor that made the evening comfortable talking about these embarrassing and personal topics!

Read more about this on Alex’s blog – click here

Paul’s trip to Europe with the U.S Ski Team

Paul travelled to Germany, Slovenia & France with the U.S Ski & Snowboard team! It had been a long time for Paul to be able to return with the team since the pandemic, so he was super thrilled to be on the road again with them! Here’s what he said about the trip – “It was a fantastic time away with U.S team again. Always great to experience time on the road with elite sport and a group of athletes I’ve known for so long”




Fiona at the Paralympics in Norway

Fiona at the beginning of 2022, headed to Lillehammer in Norway, to help support the New Zealand Paralympic athletes’ take on the World Para Snow Sports Championships!

She had an amazing time and since returning she’s reflected on how influential the experience was for her main 3 reflections from the trip were…….

💭 Keep challenging yourself to optimise performance, it was motivating to see people with reduced muscle control working so hard to maximise the function of each muscle fibre and neuron

💭 With a bit of creativity and a strong network anyone can partake and even excel in sport. Excited to see this in action when the Healing Waves-Ocean Therapy Jersey adaptive surf center is up and running

💭 If you fall down, dust the snow off and get back on it!! The resilience and robustness of these athletes to keep achieving in the face of challenges are unforgettable!


Fiona at the Super League Triathlon

Fiona was a fantastic support to the medical team as the Super League Triathlon headed to Jersey for the fourth time.

Jersey is a firm favourite on the Super League calendar, with many of the athletes describing it as their favourite race location in the world!


Ports of Jersey Runway Challenge

One rainy Saturday at the end of July as a team put on or rain jackets and completed one of the Ports of Jersey Runway Challenge 21 by walking the distance of our own Jersey Runway!👣🌦️🤩

For 2021 this event was a ‘virtual’ one where you chose a route equivalent to the length of Jersey’s runway and walked from Greve to Plemont coastal route finished off by coffee, cake and eventually the sun came out for a swim!☕🧁👙

We were proud to have contributed towards awesome Healing Waves – Ocean Therapy in Jersey who enable individuals with physical, neurological & mental health challenges to access the ocean in a safe way, to participate in surf, paddle and flowrider sessions 👍🏽🌊 

We were thrilled to have since won some SUP sessions and a chance to run or walk our ‘actual’ Jersey runway sometime this year, look out for further new and pictures of this!


Our Responsibilities

Did you know as Chartered Physiotherapists we are governed not only by the Health and Care Professions Council, but also the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists and the Jersey Care Commission? 


These bodies hold us to very high standards of professionalism and care. 


In order to provide the best possible care to you and help you reach your dreams, we always… 


Maintain the highest standards of professionalism, this means we treat others with honesty, integrity and respect. 

Remain accountable to our decisions and communicate with transparency in the event of error or complaint. 

Understand and prioritise your needs, making sure we are always working towards your goals and treating your wellbeing as our top priority. 

Respect your rights, cultural differences, dignity, privacy and preferences. 

Act in an open and welcoming manner, challenging discrimination wherever necessary. 

Communicate with openness and honesty, always providing you with the most accurate information available to us. 

Keep your information and our records secure and confidential, complying with GDPR and local regulations. 

Act within our abilities, where appropriate recommending other professionals who may be better suited to helping you with your problem. 

Stay on top of research developments and always provide the most up to date, evidence informed care possible. 

Reflect critically on our own practice and conduct, implementing changes whenever we identify room for improvement. 

Welcome feedback and use it to better ourselves and the service we provide, this is why you may be contacted during or following your treatment requesting honest feedback of the care you received. 



And for all of our wonderful athletes, we are also held accountable to the International Federation of Sports Physical Therapy code of ethics.


This means we promise to…


Appreciate the physical, mental and emotional demands of training and competition

Promote your health and recognise athlete-specific issues which jeopardise this, including age-related issues for younger athletes

Never put competition, profit or performance above your health and wellbeing

Always maintain confidentiality and gain your consent before discussing issues with coaching staff, parents or other stakeholders

Treat injury prevention as our top priority

Work effectively with other members of the multidisciplinary team such as psychologists and sport and exercise medics to achieve the best outcome, referring onwards when necessary

Remain vigilant to signs of doping and always act in accordance with UK Anti-Doping, International Olympic Committee and the World Anti-Doping Agency rules and regulations