Alanna joined Bridgeview in 2016 as an Administrator. She is the heart of the business and the first point of contact for all patients. She is known for her professionalism, friendly nature and efficiency. Through her work, Alanna has built strong relationships with patients, insurance companies and consultants. With a background in Human Resources and as a Medical receptionist, Alanna provides considerable support to the team.
Jill Johnson MCSP, HCPC Reg
Jill qualified at the Joint Services School of Physiotherapy RAF Halton in 1983. She gained experience at St. Thomas’s London, Melbourne Australia, Dartford and Heatherwood Hospital in Ascot.
In 1996, she commenced work in the private sector at the Royal Berkshire Sports and Racquets Club, Bracknell specialising in sports injuries and spinal problems. Jill joined Bridgeview as a partner in 2000 treating a wide variety of conditions and gaining experience in the treatment of golfers problems.
Jill has a keen interest in treating migraine and headache problems by working on the neck joints. In addition, she offers Pilates style rehabilitation for joint conditions to reduce pain recurrence.
Kate Rippington MCSP, HCPC Reg
Kate qualified from St Mary’s Hospital, London in 1984. She then gained her early experience in the NHS working at Basingstoke, Reading and Maidenhead combining this with private work at the Reading Sports Injury Clinic.
In 1990 she began working for British Airways specialising in the treatment of work related problems. In 2003 Kate became a partner at Bridgeview and specialises in the treatment of sports injuries and spinal problems. Kate is also qualified in carrying out Ergonomic Assessments.
Claire Breeze MCSP, HCPC Reg, BSc(Hons)
Claire qualified from the University of Brighton in 1994 and gained a broad base of experience working for the NHS in East Sussex and Basingstoke. Specialising in musculoskeletal out-patients from 1998, Claire started in private practice in 2005 based in Wokingham.
Claire has been using acupuncture for pain relief since 2001 and has a keen interest in the holistic approach to treatment. Claire is also highly skilled with manual therapy, particularly for spinal conditions and headaches, and enjoys treating acute soft tissue injuries and orthopaedic rehabilitation following fracture or surgery.
An I.E.T.C. Qualified Sports Massage therapist, Jamie has worked in the Health & Fitness industry for over 25 years as a football coach, personal trainer and health club management. Having undergone back surgery, following an accident, he decided to focus on sports massage due to the overwhelming results he experienced during his recovery.
* The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy is the professional, educational and trade union body for the UK’s 56,000 chartered physiotherapists, physiotherapy students and associates.