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Headshot of physiotherapist Jack Roberts, smiling at the camera. He is wearing glasses and a dark open shirt.

Jack Roberts



Jack, a chartered physiotherapist with seven years of experience, specialises in trauma and musculoskeletal injuries. His career has largely been based at Basildon Hospital, where he has honed his skills in neurorehabilitation, musculoskeletal, and trauma & orthopaedics. His work has primarily focused on the rehabilitation of knee and hip replacements, as well as the treatment of traumatic fractures across all body areas.


In his last three years at Basildon Hospital, Jack led and managed spinal and major trauma wards. He received training from the spinal trauma centre in Stanmore and spearheaded the training for spinal trauma management for the trust. During this period, he also ran a clinic specifically for neck fractures and had the privilege of lecturing at Essex University on the subject, which he thoroughly enjoyed. This experience allowed him to amass a wealth of knowledge in managing and treating complex and challenging injuries and post-operative care.

Since then, Jack has transitioned to private practice, most recently at Springfield Hospital, where he primarily treats musculoskeletal injuries and post-operative orthopaedic issues. He has also had the opportunity to work in a clinic specialising in kinetic control and movement patterns, providing him with in-depth knowledge in motor control, movement dysfunctions, and the retraining of more efficient movement patterns.

Jack has extensive experience treating all musculoskeletal and orthopaedic conditions. He enjoys working with individuals looking to return to exercise, particularly weightlifting, or those looking to start training and exercise for the first time. He also has a keen interest in shoulder and knee pain.

His primary goal as a physiotherapist is to eliminate pain and promote exercise. He utilises manual therapeutic techniques to alleviate pain and employs exercise as a key component of his treatment approach.

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