Reaction offers more than just physiotherapy and is one of Jersey’s oldest and best established integrated musculo skeletal rehabilitation centres offering a wide range of services.

The hydrotherapy pool, five treatment rooms and well equipped gym provides the best facilities on the Island to aid recovery following injury or surgery.

Judith Dodds and Tom Mosson are both experienced physiotherapists and have worked side by side since 1996 treating a large range of conditions and people.

Patients can be referred to Reaction via their specialist, their own doctor or simply by giving us a ring.

We have the benefit of on-site parking and easy access into the clinic.

Please be aware that physiotherapy is not an alternative therapy but a clinical health science backed up by research. A physiotherapist must be fully qualified and registered by law in order to practise.

Opening times

Monday 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
Tuesday 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Wednesday 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
Thursday 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm


For more information and to arrange an appointment, please contact us:

+441534 870849
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Hydrotherapy is physiotherapy in water and is invaluable in the treatment of joint replacements, back surgery, shoulder surgery, spinal problems and many other medical conditions.

The water temperature of the specially designed hydrotherapy pool is kept at 33–36oC and provides the optimum temperature for treating chronic and acute conditions.

Exercising in warm water improves the flexibility of joints, strengthens core stability and restores function by decreasing pain and encouraging muscle activity.

During treatment a physiotherapist may be in the water with you and will guide you through a range of exercises adjusted to suit your symptoms or condition.


Rehabilitation, which has evolved significantly over the last 25 years, is a specific individually devised treatment plan that will see the patient through recovery and safely returned to normal function and work.

It is especially indicated following orthopaedic surgery of the hip, knee, shoulder, spine, foot or ankle and can start anywhere from a few hours to a few days after surgery. The first six weeks post operatively is a huge factor in determining how well people recover and return to normal health.

The gym area has all the latest equipment the physiotherapist requires to assist a patient in regaining strength and movement and the clinic prides itself on being the first private rehabilitation clinic in Jersey. Designed with this in mind back in 1995 it has undergone huge changes to keep up with progress over the years.


The treatment rooms are calm, welcoming private areas away from the hub of the clinic and are where patients are assessed and treated on a one to one, hands on situation.

As physiotherapists we have undergone a four year university degree studying medical science subjects such as anatomy, physiology and neuroscience in order to achieve the knowledge required to examine, diagnose and treat patients with physical problems.

We have a large variety of techniques at our  fingertips and may use a combination of spinal or joint mobilisations, soft tissue release, exercise, massage and electrotherapy. In addition, post graduate development and years of treating patients has given us the experience and the ability to successfully treat most musculoskeletal problems.


Our classes are run by a physiotherapist, there are three different levels of class available and suitable for everyone

Classes of 45 minutes focus of stretch, aerobic endurance and resistance training and are adapted to the size and temperature of the pool. Each class consist of a maximum of 6 people, all exercising together to great music in a fun atmosphere.

The push and pull of the water provides resistance to increase muscle training and buoyancy provides a built-in safety barrier for joints. The elimination of gravity makes water aerobics safe for individuals including the elderly.

Older people are more prone to arthritis, osteoporosis, and weak joints therefore water aerobics is the safest form of exercise for these conditions.


Our experienced soft tissue therapist operates from a dedicated massage room, providing a calm and relaxing environment where a patient can relax and re-charge.

Massage is very beneficial in treating sports injuries, for the reduction of swelling, the mobilisation of scar tissue and increasing circulation and with this in mind the massage therapist works closely with the physiotherapist to aid recovery in a patient.

In addition to working on prescription the masseur also offers various massage techniques such as trigger point, acupressure, myofascial, Swedish & sports massage to promote relaxation and well-being.