Performance Physiotherapy Ltd

Indigo House Medical Centre, 2nd Floor, 2-8 Oxford Road, St. Helier, Jersey, JE1 4HB | Directions
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  • Spinal Pain (lower back/neck pain)
  • Sports Injuries
  • Pelvic Floor & Continence Service
  • Acupuncture
  • Womens Health & Pregnancy Pain
  • Men's Health
  • Tendinitis
  • Flexible Appointment Times
  • Open 6 Days A Week
  • Individualised Treatment Programmes

About Us

Whether you are recovering from childbirth or skiing Olympic giant-slalom, Performance Physiotherapy can help. Our physiotherapists have postgraduate qualifications and many years of experience, to help you to rehabilitate in a safe, comfortable way.

We believe in maintaining a positive, evidence-based approach, under which patients can recover rapidly from pain and injury, and reach their highest physical goals.

Meet The Team

Raised in Jersey, Alexandra Frankham has worked in the field of musculoskeletal, obstetric and urogynaecology physiotherapy since 2005, within both public and private enterprises, including working as a qualified pilates instructor (DMA Pilates, Australia). Alexandra currently works both privately and for the States of Jersey, assisting women to recover after childbirth.  Alexandra graduated from the University of Southampton in 2003, worked in Wales, and furthered her physiotherapy experience in the southern hemisphere where she gained a Postgraduate Certificate in Continence and Pelvic floor Rehabilitation from the University of Melbourne, Australia, a Postgraduate Certificate in Acupuncture from the University of Otago, New Zealand, and a Masters of Health Practice from the Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand.

Paul Frankham hails from Auckland, New Zealand. After graduating with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy degree from the Auckland University of Technology, he worked at one of the country’s busiest sports physiotherapy clinics in the South Island of New Zealand, primarily treating ski and snowboard-related injuries. After specialising in the field he became a physiotherapist for the men’s US Ski Team’s Alpine World Cup team, travelling in Europe and abroad with the team for three years.  In 2013, Paul began his postgraduate university studies and graduated with a Postgraduate Diploma in Health Science (musculoskeletal physiotherapy). Paul has over 11 years of experience working in private practice physiotherapy and with elite sports teams, and continues to work closely with the US Ski Team. In 2014 he travelled as physio with Team USA to the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia.