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Jennifer Rowlinson BSc (Hons), PGDip, HCPC, MCSP, ACPAT Cat. A, RAMP. 

Experience & Background

After completing her schooling in Guernsey, Jenny decided to embark on a career in Physiotherapy, and moved to the UK in 2015 to attend the University of Brighton. Jenny graduated from her first degree in 2018 and started her career with the NHS. After 18 months Jenny was promoted to a senior physiotherapist role within the NHS. Jenny then chose to specialise in musculoskeletal physiotherapy and now works at a private specialist physiotherapy clinic – Response Physiotherapy.


In 2020 Jenny decided to link her equestrian expertise with her physiotherapy career, and further specialise to include treating horses in her repertoire. Jenny’s passion for horses and experience in the field drives her to provide a professional, top quality, up-to-date state-of-the-art equine and human physiotherapy service; all with one aim - to bring out the best in horse and rider.

With this aim in mind Jenny returned to university to complete her Masters degree and ensure she progressed her Chartered status. Whilst studying at Hartpury University Jenny benefitted from the teaching of some of the best researchers and practitioners in the profession. Jenny was also fortunate enough to further her knowledge and clinical skills working alongside Equestrian Team GB Physiotherapists whilst completing her placements and working closely with her own horses.


After 2 years of hard studying alongside developing her human practice, Jenny has now passed her Postgraduate Diploma and will continue to work towards her full Masters Degree. All whilst expanding her business J Rose Equine Physiotherapy Limited, meeting lots of lovely new clients and helping lots of horses in Sussex and Guernsey along the way.


  • BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy. University of Brighton

  • PGDip Veterinary Physiotherapy. Hartpury University.

  • Working towards: MSc Veterinary Physiotherapy with Hartpury University.

  • 30+ hours of CPD each year.

Professional Registrations

Jenny is fully insured, qualified and registered to the highest possible standard and to the highest governing bodies in the profession.

Equestrian Background

Louis helped Jenny achieve so many goals but unfortunately he is now retired and loving his new job playing papa to the yearlings! Physiotherapy played a vital role in Louis career as he was diagnosed with a very rare muscle disease. Alongside a wonderful multi-disciplinary team Jenny had to carry out an extensive rehabilitation plan. She’s been there and done it and understands exactly how it feels! Louis now enjoys his regular massages out in the field to keep him feeling good, and is teaching the young horses to understand what physiotherapy means.

Peanut is just starting his eventing career with Jenny and receives regular maintenance physiotherapy to ensure he is developing correctly and to iron out any niggles before they cause a future issue. 

As you can see Jenny has a vast range of personal experience of physiotherapy and rehabilitation that she has built on throughout her degree. Please do get in touch if any of this sounds similar to your horse and see how Jenny can help you! 

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Jenny has always been involved with horses, riding long before she could walk, and they are still the biggest part of her life. With the support of her parents and family she came up through the Pony Club and Riding Club, and now competes at National and International level British Eventing at BE Intermediate and CCI2*L level. Jenny also manages to regularly compete at British Showjumping and British Dressage competitions. 

Jenny has 3 gorgeous horses with her in the UK – Rolex, Louis and Peanut, all of whom have played a huge part in the development of her career, and all of whom Jenny treats regularly for many different reasons. 

Rolex was Jenny’s first horse and they have been a partnership for 13 years. Now Rolex is in his older years (no-one tell him!) but still enjoying getting out to party, he requires careful management and a specific physiotherapy routine to manage his arthritis and ensure he can keep up with the young ones! 

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