Dr Jenny Turner

Founding fellow of the Faculty of Sport and Exercise Medicine UK

Dr Jenny Turner is a founding fellow of the Faculty of Sport and Exercise Medicine UK. She did her original Masters in Sports Medicine at the London Hospital in 1995 after an inspiring season as a ski doctor in Mount Buller Australia. Her postgraduate training included rotations in Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation, Rheumatology and Metabolic Bone Disease. She completed a second Masters in Musculoskeletal Ultrasound at Bournemouth University in 2015, enabling her to expand the options available to her patients to diagnostic ultrasound as well as a variety of ultrasound guided injections including Platelet Rich Plasma and high-volume image guided injections. She has considerable experience in the use of shockwave therapy and more recently she has developed an interest in treating tendon tears and osteoarthritis with PRP.
Throughout her career she has worked with a variety of different sports including the GB Women’s Hockey team, the Lawn Tennis Association, the London and Mount Everest marathons, the European Youth Olympics and the 2012 London Olympics (as venue sports medicine doctor for sailing). She has worked in Guernsey for the last 24 years and during this time has supported both Guernsey Commonwealth and Island Games athletes as well as an army of weekend warriors, gardeners, and physically inactive patients with musculoskeletal problems. She enjoys helping her patients to reach their own individual goals, whatever they may be, from elite competition to simply being able to dress themselves without pain.