Jessica Bavinton is a physiotherapist specialising in chronic fatigue management. She works both for the NHS and privately. She also provides training for the NHS on the use of Graded exercise therapy in a clinical setting.
Jessica Bavinton was a member of the CFS/ME guideline development group which developed the NICE guidelines for treating ME/CFS in the UK. 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, as well as the primary author of the PACE Trial Graded Exercise Therapy manual.
Her company Vitality 360 Ltd provides back to work and rehabilitation for insurance companies based on the NICE guidelines and PACE trial.
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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."
Learn more[edit | edit source]
- Vitality 360 Ltd Website
- Fatigue + The Workplace: Key Messages for Successful Outcomes - Presentation by Jessica Bavinton
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References[edit | edit source]
- Vitality360 - Our Team
- NE practitioners join Graded Exercise Therapy training course
- Appendix A: The Guideline Development Group
- The planning, implementation and publication of a complex intervention trial for chronic fatigue syndrome: the PACE trial
- Report: Complaint to the Relevant Executive Editor of The Lancet about the Pace Trial Articles Published by The Lancet - Submitted by Malcolm Hooper (pdf)