Meet Vicky Knight, the latest Neurophysiotherapy Expert Witness to join the JJ&A Team.

Vicky studied Sport and Exercise Science at Bath University and, after gaining her BSc (Hons) degree, took a year off to go sailing, gaining her Yachtmaster qualification and teaching sailing before heading back to the University of Southampton to study physiotherapy. She qualified in 2009 with a First and joined the NHS as a physio at Portsmouth Hospital before taking on a rotational post and moving into a more senior role in a rehabilitation mixed condition unit. 

A role in private practice beckoned, and Vicky left the NHS to join Odstock Medical - established in 2005 by the Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust to provide Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES) devices and clinical treatment. 

Vicky also worked part-time at a local private physiotherapy practice, where she spent time out on the road and provided one-to-one physiotherapy and FES. She also set up Parkinson's training and treatment for private and case-managed clients.

Over time, Vicky’s role developed from purely clinical to a more mixed role, which included business development, clinical support to external providers and supporting product development. 


After her son was born, Vicky reduced her hours to part-time whilst at the same time establishing a private practice clinic, LV Rehabilitation, in 2019, moving into her current premises in 2021. 

With a team of physiotherapists, physio assistants, exercise specialists and administrators, the clinic supports those affected by neurological disorders, long-term conditions and complex trauma injuries.

The clinic works with private, case-managed, and self-referring clients and those gained through referral and recommendation. They deal mainly with head and spinal injuries, trauma-based injuries, MS, stroke and Parkinson's, assessing and treating patients at their clinic and large gym. They also support people in their homes and communities to return to activities or sports they love.

Vicky loves rehabilitating people with head and spinal cord injuries and trauma. She has a real passion for helping patients meet their challenges, achieve their goals and support them to live positively with whatever condition they may have.

Vicky has experience working with case managers and legal teams supporting clients with complex injuries and needs. Her clinic has excellent links with local universities and provides clinical supervision to physiotherapy students. She also works with a local university, supporting their teaching programme by educating students on the role of technology in rehabilitation.


The law has always interested Vicky, as her Grandad was a lawyer. To learn more about the legal process and how to help the court using her skills and passion, Vicky decided to attend a number of expert witness courses. These courses gave her a good insight into what legal teams need from experts. 


Buoyed by her enjoyment of the courses and her newly-gained knowledge, Vicky decided to undertake expert witness work and, after speaking with Jane James and Associates Expert Witness Colin Domaille and subsequently undergoing a formal interview, Vicky joined JJ&A as a Neurophysiotherapy Expert Witness.

Vicky is now relishing the challenge of report writing, learning new skills and using her extensive experience and expertise to provide a high level of reports for the court whilst being supported by the  JJ&A team.


Living on the south coast between Portsmouth and Southampton, Vicky enjoys spending time in or by the sea, windsurfing, kite surfing, sailing and open-water swimming. She also likes walking, skiing and enjoying good food and wine with friends. 

Family time is incredibly important for Vicky, especially when it involves spending time with her young son and dog, Digby. 

Vicky’s other passion is fundraising to help find a cure for Parkinson's disease, raising £170,000 in 2021/2023 for Cure Parkinson’s. Vicky also co-founded Positively Parkinson's - officially registered as a charity at the end of 2023.


Vicky is a highly skilled Neurological Physiotherapist, qualified for over ten years. She has worked in the NHS and private sector, managing conditions including brain and spinal cord injuries in the community and inpatient settings. She currently produces expert Neurophysiotherapy Reports for use in litigation for Jane James & Associates on behalf of both Claimant and Defendant firms alongside undertaking single joint expert work.

Passionate about supporting individuals with neurological conditions and utilising exercise as part of a rehabilitation programme, Vicky has worked with a range of aids and technology devices to support clients’ rehabilitation needs.

Vicky is also enthusiastic about using technology and has worked as a clinical specialist in Functional Electrical Stimulation/Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation - using this technology to support upper and lower limb rehabilitation in adults and paediatrics.

Vicky produces expert Neurophysiotherapy Reports for use in litigation for Jane James & Associates on behalf of both Claimant and Defendant firms and undertakes single joint expert work.

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