JACQUI CLARK MSc (UK), PhD(C), MCSP, MPNZ
Chartered State Registered Physiotherapist
Specialising in Movement Dysfunction and Chronic Pain
Guest Senior Lecturer Manchester Metropolitan University UK
International Postgraduate Tutor
Jacqui Clark qualified as a Chartered Physiotherapist in 1989 in London, and is currently undertaking research for her PhD through Manchester Metropolitan University UK, directed by Dr. Peter Goodwin, in collaboration with Brussels University, Belgium.
Since the early 1990’s she has specialised in movement dysfunction, motor control and the brain, and how this relates to pain and disability. Jacqui has worked closely with one of the UK's top key-hole spinal surgeons whilst owning and operating a large multidisciplinary rehabilitation centre.
Since 1997 Jacqui has been teaching post graduate physiotherapy courses and conferences internationally. She was rated the number one international accredited tutor for Kinetic Control from 1999 to 2006. Jacqui continues to teach worldwide, and is guest senior lecturer on the Physiotherapy Masters Degree Programme at Manchester Metropolitan University. Jacqui is an active member of the Pain in Motion international research collaboration group lead by Professor Jo Nijs. In addition she is a member of the Cognitive Motor Function research group led by Professor Ian Loram of the Institute for Biomedical Research into Human Movement and Health (IRM), Manchester UK.
Jacqui now shares her time between the UK and New Zealand. Her clinical caseload includes those with recurrent sports injuries and various musculoskeletal pain disorders. She also works with children, adolescents and adults with sensorimotor disorders, and anxiety associated with mild learning difficulties or head injuries.