Jessica Bavinton

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Jessica Bavinton is a physiotherapist specialising in chronic fatigue management. She works both for the NHS and privately.[1] She also provides training for the NHS on the use of Graded exercise therapy in a clinical setting.[2]

Jessica Bavinton was a member of the CFS/ME guideline development group which developed the NICE guidelines for treating ME/CFS in the UK.[3] She was also an author of the 2011 PACE trial paper published in The Lancet. She was one of the physiotherapists supervising GET for patients participating in the trial,[4] as well as the primary author of the PACE Trial Graded Exercise Therapy manual.[5]

Her company Vitality 360 Ltd provides back to work and rehabilitation for insurance companies based on the NICE guidelines and PACE trial.

Directorships and Shareholdings[edit]

Jessica Bavinton has one total current appointment. She is a director of and the sole shareholder of Vitality 360 Ltd . It was incorporated as a company on 9 November 2011 after the publication of the PACE trial on 5 March 2011.

Vitality 360 Ltd states "We provide effective evidence-based rehabilitation delivered by leading fatigue and pain specialists. We are all experienced in supporting people with CFS/ME, fatigue, fibromyalgia and chronic pain. We can provide physiotherapy, occupational therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Graded Exercise Therapy (GET), specialist dietetics and psychotherapy."

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See also[edit]


  1. Vitality360 - Our Team
  2. NE practitioners join Graded Exercise Therapy training course
  3. Appendix A: The Guideline Development Group
  4. The planning, implementation and publication of a complex intervention trial for chronic fatigue syndrome: the PACE trial
  5. Report: Complaint to the Relevant Executive Editor of The Lancet about the Pace Trial Articles Published by The Lancet - Submitted by Malcolm Hooper (pdf)

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