Dr Natasha S C Jones

MB.,BS(lond), MRCGP, FFSEM, PG Cert Musc USS

Consultant in Sport and Exercise Medicine: Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust

Sports Physician: English Institute of Sport: Bisham Abbey

Honorary Lecturer: Nuffield Department of Orthopaedics, Rheumatology and Musculoskeletal Sciences, Oxford University

Vice- President:  Faculty of Sport and Exercise Medicine 2016

Educational Supervisor: Oxford Deanery

Natasha initially qualified from St Bartholomews Medical School, London in 1992 and became  a General practitioner in 1997. After 8 years of General practice, she went on to pursue her personal interest in Sport and Exercise Medicine and became a consultant in Oxford in 2010. She works for the world renowned Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre in both the Sport and Exercise and general musculoskeletal medical services. She is the clinical lead for the rheumatology team.

In addition she has worked for the English Institute of Sport for many years and has looked after athletes in a wide variety of Olympic and Paralympic Sports including sailing, hockey, canoeing, athletics, synchronised swimming, wheelchair tennis and wheelchair basketball. She currently works for the English Institute of Sport at Bisham Abbey.

Natasha holds an honorary contract with the Nuffield Department of Orthopaedics, Rheumatology and Musculoskeletal Sciences, Oxford University where she pursues her interest in Exercise rehabilitation for people with long term conditions as well as other musculoskeletal research projects.

Natasha lectures locally, nationally and internationally on Sport and Exercise Medicine related topics.

Natasha has a personal interest in running, cycling, swimming and sailing and has competed in Age Group competition in Olympic Distance Triathlon at World Championship Level. She has completed the Three Peaks Yacht race 3 times as a runner and holds a yachtmaster qualification. 

Natasha is passionate about Sport and Exercise Medicine and is highly experienced in helping athletes and recreational exercisers prevent and recover from injury so that they may achieve their goals.