Jennifer Crooke is a Senior Physiotherapist at the ISEH.
She graduated from The University of Birmingham in 2007 and completed her Junior and Senior Physio Rotations within the NHS.
After working with the GB Bobsleigh Team and a stint in private practice, in 2011 she completed her Masters in Sports Physiotherapy at The University of Queensland. Whilst in Australia she also worked with NEAFL side the Apsley Hornets, travelling with the team across Queensland.
On her return to the UK in 2012, Jennifer became Junior Academy Physiotherapist with Saracens RFC, and worked her way up to Head of Academy Physiotherapist and then onto First Team Physiotherapist. In this position she was lucky enough to be part of the Senior Medical Team when Saracens won the Premiership in 2015 and 2016, and European Champions Cup in 2016 and 2017.
Now in full-time private practice, Jennifer continues to have a passion for sports related injuries in amateurs and professionals, especially those of the lower limb and of course rugby-related injuries. As a keen skier herself she also has a clinical interest in treating snow-related injuries, and ways of enhancing skier performance.