Live longer with your best health and reduce your risks of comorbidity
About one in four adults have at least two chronic conditions (1), and more than half of older adults have three or more chronic conditions (2). As worldwide mortality declines, people are living longer with disability and multiple comorbidities, with important implications for global health care needs (3,4).
These numbers continue to increase defining the current Musculoskeletal (MSK) industry a failure: failing to reduce these numbers and improve a global populations MSK health.
- Mercer et al., 2009
- Guiding principles for the care of older adults with multimorbidity: an approach for clinicians, 2012
- Global Burden of Disease Study 2013
- Collaborators, 2013
I am not a Manual Therapist
I’m a Scientist and a Researcher investigating Musculoskeletal Disorders, Diseases, and Disabilities and their effects on the World’s population. My ethos is to continue to work alongside united teams of elite professionals who want to integrate their skills to bring the best possible approach to a patient’s health and wellbeing.
Whether in the Lab or Clinic, working with cadavers or the living, testing cellular health or assessing structure – the focus of my research is;
- To greatly reduce the global burden of musculoskeletal disorders MSD-1
- To stop musculoskeletal disorders (MSD-1) evolving to musculoskeletal disease (MSD-2) and disability (MSD-3)
- To globally raise the awareness of what is needed as a population to reduce our risk of MSDs
- To greatly reduce premature ageing of our joints
Health & Wellness Services
"Fat Loss - simple. I have achieved something I never thought I was capable of doing. I have got down to a weight that I never thought was possible and I really do think that I have got a fabulous result with my complete health."
"Client to Coach. Prior to seeing Jo I was struggling with recurrent hip, knee and Achilles injuries, which I had almost accepted as the nature of the sport (mountain running/cross country skiing) I was participating in. When Jo undertook the screens she was spot on with the cause of the injury and the Normalise process enabled her to identify my problems. It only took six weeks before I was able to feel progress, but several months to follow...
"PARs Defect (fracture of spine) 2006 was a summer of playing lots of tennis tournaments, many matches back-to-back. Kat’s serve was poor as her tennis coach had radically changed it but left suddenly to work abroad leaving her without the finished product. He kept promising to return, but never did. So we kept waiting for the next instalment of her serve that never arrived. Consequently Kat’s back started aching. It first started during a...
Jo, I would like to thank you for showing me how to get my life back, after 10 years of steadily decreasing health following major surgery. Your acute perception of my bio mechanical issues, and your deep multi faceted knowledge of many other things including nutrition transformed my life. Thank you Jo, at last, someone who knows what they are doing!
“Personally I feel fantastic and it is all down to you and your amazing healthy programme especially the BodyMOT Lifestyle & Biomechanical Assessment. I visited Jo on the recommendation of a friend and with a view to just finding out where I was in the spectrum of being un-fit. I could not consider myself to be particularly fit. I was amazed to find myself exceptionally dehydrated, and did not realise the dramatic negative effect that...