Dr Jackson first qualified in Medicine in 1982 from the University of London and undertook specialist postgraduate medical training. Following this, he completed a Diploma in Sports Medicine in 1992 and was the first Fellow of the Faculty of Sport and Exercise Medicine (UK) when it was established in 2006.
He works with many international sports teams and GB Olympic teams. Dr Jackson was involved in organising the athlete medical services for the London 2012 Olympic Games and has worked with athletes from more than 20 different sports including the England Cricket team, The GB Davis Cup Tennis team, England Rugby 7s, and the GB Olympic Bobsleigh, Skeleton and Modern Pentathlon teams.
Over 25 years, he had developed an excellent working relationship with top MSK radiologists, surgeons and physiotherapists to deliver the best treatments and rehabilitation for his patients both for those in high-performance sport and recreational exercisers. From 2015-2018 he was the President of the Faculty of Sport and Exercise Medicine (UK) and currently holds the position of Deputy National Medical Director at the English Institute of Sport (EIS) and is on the International Federation Medical Committees for Bobsleigh and Skeleton and Modern Pentathlon.