Laura Cattell – Clinical Lead
MSc Physiotherapy, BSc (Hons) Sport and Exercise Science
Lower limb, functional rehabilitation, providing a link into strength and conditioning to prevent risk of re-injury.
In 2013, Laura worked as part of a multi-disciplinary team to develop and deliver a successful patient pathway for the treatment of total hip and knee replacements. She also played a fundamental role as part of the clinical lower limb team, giving her the opportunity to treat a wide variety of injuries.
In addition to her clinical experience, Laura has utilised her Sport and Exercise Science degree to assist in the medical management of the Jersey Rugby Club and Team JETS.
Jack McDermott – Sports Therapist
Qualifications: BSc (Hons) Sports Therapy
Developed a unique approach, focusing on applied functional biomechanics. Developed movement and postural correction strategies to combat work/sitting issues which often lead onto serious health issues. Functional Training and sports injury management including pitch side.
Since graduating Jack has returned to Jersey and is currently working with many of Jersey’s sports teams. Jack was part of the team that traveled to the Island Games in Gotland, supporting the men’s football team with pitch side cover and recovery sessions. Over the summer Jack provided support to Jersey’s Cricket teams, covering pitch side duties for the u19s during their World Cup qualifiers, and leading strength & conditioning sessions for the senior side prior to their successful WCL 5 campaign. Jack also works closely with the Island’s top netball players, including the u16 and senior Team Jets and assists Craig in the delivery of Jersey Hockey training protocols.
Away from work, Jack is a keen football fan and player but also likes to keep fit through running and swimming. He is also a follower of American football and athletics and enjoys water sports during the summer.