DR JENNY SUTCLIFFE dp mcsp mbbs
Wycombe Abbey, High Wycombe.
Diplome de Philosophie, The Sorbonne, Paris.
Middlesex Hospital Medical School (University of London) and Salpêtrière
Hospital, Paris: MB BS 1973
Middlesex Hospital School of Physiotherapy: MCSP 1972.
L’Hopital de Chaux de Fonds, Switzerland, Bobath training.
House Officer, Frenchay Hospital, Bristol; House Officer, Oddstock Hospital,
Part-time Lecturer, then part-time Senior Lecturer in Paediatric Neurology,
National Hospital for Nervous Diseases, London, and Great Ormond
Working member of part of Lord Scarman Report (1983) into the 1981 Brixton
riots relating to ethnic distribution of educationally ‘subnormal’ children
in England and Wales.
National Hospital for Nervous Diseases and Great Ormond Street Hospital
Locum and private-practice physiotherapist specializing in the treatment of
musculo-skeletal and neurological conditions and rehabilitation.
Physiotherapist for the Under 21 English Hockey Team; physiotherapist for
the London Welsh rugby Mini and Youth sections.
Private practice: mainly musculoskeletal, neurological, rehabilitation and
medico-legal work, working from a dedicated home clinic and with home visits.
Physiotherapist for Christ College, Brecon: rugby, football and cricket teams,
both at home clinic and in the school san.
Physiotherapist for Gwernyfed Rugby Football Club.
Registered with, and used by, most medico-legal companies.
Researcher for Reader’s Digest Special Books on new edition of Treasures
of Britain; Researcher for Quarto Publishing — Knights; Researcher for
Morgan Samuel Editions — They Fooled the World, Smugglers'
Britain, 100 Best Off-the-Motorway Restaurants and 100 Off-the
Beaten Track Pubs;
Author of The Complete Book of Relaxation Techniques (Headline, 1991) and
Accident and Emergency First Aid (Vauxhall, 1990); part-author of A History of
Medicine (Simon & Schuster, 1992). Rights Manager, Morgan Samuel Editions,
from March 1990. Author of Baby Bonding (Virgin, Spring 1995).
Articles for You and Your Baby, Parenting, Daily Mail and Daily
Express; regular on Anna Raeburn Show, Talk Radio; appearances on UK
Living (Sky) and Richard & Judy’s Good Morning Show; consultant and
writer for CD-ROM of A History of Medicine (Flagtower); Anglicisation for
Wiggins the World in Storyland, One Small Square and Virgin’s One
Tribe CD-ROMS (Virgin); 5,000 word weekly factsheet for Espresso
(Channel 5) – April ’97 to August ‘97; as author, The Reader’s Digest
Body Maintenance Manual (Reader’s Digest/Eddison Sadd); as author,
Solving Back Problems (Marshall Editions); as joint author (as ‘Paul
Morgan’) Natural Remedies for Hayfever and Alternative Remedies
for Allergies (Parragon/Haldane Mason); as joint author, the
encyclopedia of games (Barnes & Noble/Aurum Press); as medical
consultant, The World Book IBM Medical Encyclopedia on CD-ROM; as
general editor and part author, The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Healing
Therapies (Element); as part author Total Health For Children
(Marshall Publishing); as part author of The Well Women’s Source Book
(Marshall Publishing); and author of Caring for Stroke Victims (Marshall
Publishing); section author for Inside the Human Body (Midsummer Books
partwork); main contributor for Having Babies (Bright Star
Publishing/Eaglemoss partwork); author of Exercises for a Strong Back
(Carroll & Brown); author of 5-minute brain boosters (Design Eye); author
of Chill (MQP); author of va-va-voom-de-stress (MQP); joint author (as
‘Paul Morgan’) of seven Healthy Eating Cookbooks (Quantum); author of
The Back Bible (Bloomsbury; Reader’s Digest Books US).