We thought it may be nice to re-introduce some of the familiar faces here at Fay Pedler clinic and welcome the new ones to you also!

Today we catch up with Jo who is a patient favourite and at your service weekdays.

What is your background?

I trained as a Cordon Bleu cook when I left school and ended up working mainly in the uk but also in ski resorts, on yachts and for bands including REM, U2, Chris de Burgh.

I then retrained and studied in Bradford, worked in Bristol before moving to Devon in 2008.  I joined the Fay Pedler team in 2016.

What areas have you previously worked in?

I completed my physio rotations in Bristol and then worked in Southmead and the BRI hospital in Orthopaedicas and fracture clinics.  I also worked for BUPA as a Senior physiotherapist treating acute sports injuries, post op elective surgery and alongside the Sports and Orthopaedic clinic.  On moving to Devon, I worked in Dartmouth and closer to home at the South Hams Hospital.

What is your role at Fay Pedler clinic?

I am a self employed practitioner specialising in Musculoskeletal physiotherapy and rehabilitation.

What are you most proud of?

I am extremely proud of my two children! And having recently purchased a short paddle board, I feel especially proud of myself when I catch a wave without falling off!

What’s the best thing about being part of the Fay Pedler team?

I enjoy working as part of a close knit team.

If you weren’t a member of the Fay Pedler Team what would you be?

I love my garden so would probably have a job where I could be outside more.

More importantly….

If you could share a bottle of something with any 3 people in the world, who would they be?

I’m still thinking about that one….Chris Martin

Where in the world is top of your list to visit?

South America