Alison Middleditch

Alison trained at Kings College Hospital. She has worked in the NHS, held a research post at the Bioengineering Department of University College London, worked in Private Practice and also worked with several sports teams including the Scottish and Welsh Lacrosse teams.

Early in Alison’s career she developed an interest in musculoskeletal disorders and after gaining membership of the MACP she became a tutor and examiner for the association and was part of the team that developed the first Masters Course in Manipulative Therapy at Coventry University.

Latterly Alison was the Practice Principal at Surrey Physiotherapy Clinic where she specialised in the treatment of complex musculoskeletal problems and in particular spinal disorders. She also has an interest in Hypermobility Spectrum Disorders and uses a holistic approach when managing patients.

Alison has lectured extensively both nationally and internationally on physiotherapy management of musculoskeletal disorders.

Alison is co-author of Functional Anatomy of the Spine, 2nd Edition (2005) and she has contributed chapters to books and had articles published in Journals on a number of subjects ranging from hypermobility, the TMJ, spinal dysfunction and manual therapy.