Jane qualified as a physiotherapist in 1987, gaining a distinction in her exams and winning the Sarah Leeson Memorial Award for the most promising student. After qualifying she worked in the NHS and private practice for 12 years specialising in Neurology and then Orthopaedics. In the early ’90s she developed a novel bathtime exercise routine
When you are first diagnosed with cancer it is confusing and frightening. Many doctors tell you to avoid all ‘complementary’ treatments like intravenous vitamin C, but some patients are now so scared of chemotherapy and radiotherapy that they avoid conventional treatments altogether. What Jane discovered was a unique middle path, one that bridges the gap and complements both sides.