Racing to Recovery
Provides specialist rehabilitation treatment for physical and neurological injuries
Has a fully equipped gym including a state-of-the-art AlterG anti-gravity treadmill (with a hydro pool being added in 2017)
Has respite accommodation also available for those receiving extended treatment together with their carers if required
Offers educational courses on fitness and nutrition for the general well-being of young and aspiring jockeys
Has private function rooms available for hire for meetings and conferences
Resident Managers - John and Jackie Porter
Head of Rehabilitation – Edward Stroud MSc MCSP HCPC L(RAMC)
Practice Manager - Jayne Matthews RGN (Hons) NDN Cert
Lead Physiotherapists - Daloni Lucas Msc Bsc (Hons) MCSP
Physiotherapists - Emma Edwards MCSP HPC, Heidi Preece MsC Bsc (Hons) MCSP MSST HCPC
Sports Therapist and Fitness Coach - Rob Treviss BSc (Hons)
Oaksey House charges reflect the charitable objectives of the Injured Jockeys Fund.
Most services – such as physiotherapy and massage – are free of charge to professional licence holders, including conditional and apprentice jockeys.
There are different fee structures for retired licence holders, stable staff and the general public living in the area.
The IJF are also a registered treatment provider with BUPA.
Do contact the office for further information.
Monday to Friday 8am – 6pm
Closed Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holidays