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Jenny is the Remedial, Sports and Muscle Rehabilitation Therapist to Mr William Fox-Pitt the British and World Number One, Three Day Eventing Champion and member of the British Olympic Equestrian Team. Jenny Hummel has been the Sports & Remedial Therapist to Mr William Fox-Pitt now for 12 years.
Quote from William:
“As an International Three-Day Event rider (Horse Riding) my body is regularly pushed to the limits. The physical demands of such a sport cause inevitable strains, aches and pains. I have been treated by Jenny Hummel on a regular basis over the last 12 years and her knowledge and experience in a vast range of techniques, has not only kept me on the road (once even flying out to France as my back was so painful, which enabled me to compete in a major competition, which I went on to win!) so she has helped me maximise my performance.
She has a fantastic clinic in Shillingstone where she gives treatments in a relaxing and incredibly comfortable environment. In my opinion she definitely has a great, great gift and I would recommend her to anybody, either with an injury or just in need of general maintenance.”
Mr William Fox-Pitt
She runs a very successful and busy practice in a beautiful quiet setting in Shillingstone, Dorset where she treats anything from Sciatica to Tendinitis of joints through to neck shoulder /back problems. Her clients consist not only of champion sportsmen, Jenny treats anyone with a pain from their their head to their toes... Her eldest client is 93! http://www.foxpitteventing.co.uk http://www.petplanequine.co.uk/events/williams.../olympic-selection-at-last.asp
There has been some really exciting developments for me over the last two years in my quest for better overall health for both myself and my clients. In 2015 I not only qualified as an Advanced Nutritional Therapist but I also attended the renowned Institute of Functional Medicine course in London. It was a truly amazing course which really opened my eyes in how to assist my clients further with some conditions they were struggling with. You may remember a tv programme called 'Doctor in the House' by Dr Ranjan Chattergee a wonderful and innovative GP who moved into people's houses in order to get to the bottom of their conditions, well Ranjan was on that same course in London and was a real inspiration to me and in my opinion to healthcare as a whole in this country. Although I must just add, I am not a GP and I won't be moving into your house...
The Stables Clinic, Shillingstone House, Shillingstone DT11 0RZ