Haley Jasper | Chartered Physiotherapist


Haley is passionate about helping others improve their performance, prevent injuries and reduce pain through evidence-based physiotherapy.  In her spare time, she enjoys cycling, weightlifting, rowing and any outdoor adventure!




Sports Injuries 

Haley worked as an exercise physiologist and fitness specialist in the USA before moving to the UK to qualify as a physiotherapist. She has also gained invaluable experience working with the Royal Navy in Dartmouth to help rehab officers and cadets. Additionally, she has worked with sport teams including Edinburgh Napier University Rugby Team.


Chronic Pain and Complex Conditions

Haley’s experience working with complex chronic pain conditions, combined with her extremely thorough and logical approach has allowed her to help patients overcome the most serious of injuries. She has gained considerable experience in the NHS as a rotational physiotherapist working with a wide variety of patients from those with neuromuscular conditions to amputees.

She uses her proficient physiotherapy skills to create the individualised treatment plans for clients, combining manual therapy, education and specific exercises to allow a comprehensive recovery from injury.


Haley’s Education

Haley completed her first degree at Auburn University in the United States, and produced a research study into the effects of aerobic exercise on patients with lung cancer. Following six years of work experience, she then attended Robert Gordon University to complete her MSc. Physiotherapy degree. Her dissertation looked at the effects of Kinesiotape application to the hamstrings on knee proprioception.


Haley’s Qualifications 

M.Sc PhysiotherapyRobert Gordon University, Aberdeen, Scotland

B.Sc (Hons.) Exercise ScienceAuburn University, Alabama

MCSP – Member of Chartered Society of Physiotherapists

HCPC – Member of Health and Care Professions Council

Certificate in Kinesiotape – Level 1 & 2

Certified Personal Trainer – ACSM

Certified in Cardiopulmonary resuscitation