Originally from Australia, Jesse completed his studies in his hometown of Perth, where he achieved Bachelor’s degrees in Exercise & Health Science and Exercise Rehabilitation at the University of Western Australia, and a Master of Physiotherapy degree at Curtin University in 2016. He also gained ASCA accreditation as a Level 1 Strength and Conditioning Coach in 2018, prior to moving to Glasgow later that year.
Jesse has now worked for 7 years as a private Physiotherapist and has developed a well-rounded and extensive knowledge of anatomy, pathology, and Physiotherapy practise. This has been achieved by working in several different practices, including a specialist upper limb clinic, and a number of sporting clubs both in Scotland and Australia. He has specific interests in the treatment of acute sporting injuries, tendinopathy, biomechanical/load-based injuries, injury prevention, adolescent athletes, and the management of contact sport athletes.
Jesse has a longstanding interest in sport and exercise. He is currently working as an Academy Physiotherapist with Rangers Football Club Youth Academy, having previously been employed in the same role at Perth Glory Football Club in Australia, and continues to work with a number of Aussie Rules Football clubs in Scotland, primarily the Greater Glasgow Giants and the Scottish national teams, the Sirens and Clansmen. He was also selected to be a Physiotherapist at the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham.
Jesse’s personal interests included running, cycling, and weightlifting. Jesse also plays softball in the Glasgow Softball League and continues to train in Brazillian Jiu Jitsu, having won two bronze medals in the 2019 and 2020 Scottish Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Open in the white belt, ultra-heavyweight divisions. He is also a hopeless Australian Rules Football fan, coffee addict, and an avid traveller.
Jesse is adept at managing any injury, from head to toe, and would be eager to work with you to achieve your goals or overcome any injury.