Meet Our Team

Jane Grainger

Jane is a highly qualified Physiotherapist, attaining a BSc Hons in 1995 and her Post Graduate Diploma in Manual Therapy in 2007.

She has worked in hospitals, sports clinics, private practice, and rugby in both Australia and the UK. She has experience working in an extensive range of fields, from Olympic athletes, professional rugby players and sports screening to chronic back pain, arthritic conditions, post natal and the older generation.

She has a very hands on approach to her treatments and with her long standing interest in core stability and muscle imbalance retraining she is very experienced in treating long term back pain as well as acute pain. Jane teaches pilates and is also trained in acupuncture.

Jane is married with a young boy and a spaniel. Both of which keep her rather occupied! When she’s not chasing the small and hairy ones in house she's dog walking, working her dog, or working herself at the gym.

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Alan Mowatt

Graduated from the University Of Birmingham in 1997 with a BSc(Hons) and has since worked in the NHS, private sector and elite sports. Gaining post-graduate qualifications in acupuncture and orthopaedic medicine, he has a special interest in knees & spines.

Alan has worked with many different sports at international level including basketball, American football, athletics and martial arts and worked with the England team at the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne 2006.

A local man, who grew up in Haslemere, he lives with his wife and son and is a keen sportsman - enjoying tennis, golf & the gym.

Becky Potts

Becky qualified from Brunel as a Chartered Physiotherapist in 2006 and has worked for the NHS, privately and in rugby union. She also gained valuable experience working in New Zealand and Australia as a musculoskeletal and sports physiotherapist.

Becky is passionate about improving movement dynamics and postural related dysfunction. This is demonstrated in her teaching of Pilates.

She trained in Pilates with the APPI and teaches absolute beginners to advanced levels. As a very 'hands-on' physiotherapist, she uses a multitude of manual treatment techniques to get her patients back to normal as soon as possible. This is in addition to exercise based rehabilitation. Becky is a qualified acupuncturist and uses this alongside her physiotherapy to great effect in improving her patients outcomes. She enjoys learning and attending courses to further expand her knowledge and improve her diagnostic and treatment skills.

Becky enjoys being active and loves the great outdoors. She particularly enjoys mountain biking, running and playing squash and is loving her new role as a mummy.

Jo Hounsome

Jo studied Physiotherapy at Keele University and graduated in 1999. She spent several years working within the NHS, both in hospitals and GP practices, specialising in the treatment of musculoskeletal and rheumatological conditions, before moving to work in the private sector in 2004.

Jo has a keen interest in hockey, and has provided physiotherapy for high level players in the Staffordshire area.

Professionally, she is currently studying for a Master's degree in Ergonomics with the University of Nottingham, is fully qualified in acupuncture and deals with all musculoskeletal problems including sports injuries.

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Ruth Murray

Ruth is an experienced physiotherapist who began practising in 1989. She is friendly and caring, and enjoys working with her patients to achieve improvement through manual therapy skills combined with exercises, postural education and advice.

She likes the challenge of treating longstanding conditions, especially spinal problems, and feels lucky to be able to help people on the road to recovery so they can get on with their lives.

Ruth grew up in South Wales, trained at Kings College Hospital, London, and went on to Brighton to do her junior rotations. She then began to specialise in Orthopaedic Outpatients at Epsom Hospital. She has lived in the Farnham area since 1994 where she has worked in local hospital departments and GP clinics.

Ruth had a career break to bring up three children, returning to practice, to work for Backtogether Physiotherapy in 2012.

She is trained in Western Acupuncture and Pilates (APPI)

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Sarah Allwork

Sarah qualified from the University of Liverpool in 1996, and worked as a junior physiotherapist at the John Radcliffe Hospitals in Oxford before specialising in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy in 2000.

She is currently an Orthopaedic Clinical Lead Physiotherapist at Kings' College Hospital, London, and has extensive experience of treating patients following orthopaedic surgery, including patients who have sustained major trauma and those undergoing limb reconstruction.

Since 2010 she has attended the APPI matwork 1, 2 and 3 courses, and joined us at Backtogether Physiotherapy in 2015.

Sarah is married with two young children.

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 I would like to say that the treatment that I received from Jane in Elstead turned my health around completely.

I am very happy because I know that if I have another bout of back trouble I can trust Jane to give me the very best advice and treatment, all at  local clinic and reasonably priced.

Thank you very much indeed.

- Fiona Wragge-Morley
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