We have an enviable reputation for excellence and our experience in clinical situations means that we are able to quickly assess and diagnose problems often identifying their source and offeringlasting solutions. As our name implies we consider all aspects of your health when treating any condition and will seek to integrate your treatment and future long term prevention goals into your busy lifestyle.
The Physiotherapists at the practice are Chartered. They are former Clinical Specialists in the NHS and have extensive post-graduate training. They specialise in treating musculoskeletal problems. Theprincipal form of treatment is using manipulative and mobilisational techniques. Electrotherapy is also used. Emphasis is placed on education regarding preventative measures, exercise and postural care.
Physis is the first clinic in the uk to use this valuable piece of technology. Described as a physiotherapist in your pocket, the ViPerform is able to electronically quantify and monitor your movementbehaviour in many different ways. You might think you know how you move or sit, but this device will accurately quantify what you do. This can be correlated with when you experience pain to give a better picture of what behaviours are driving your pain disorder.
Stuart takes pride in being a 'low-tech' and very manual therapist who has a unique approach to manipulation of the peripheral and spinal joints. This approach is complimented by specific soft tissuetechniques and exercises that really do make a difference.
Dunfermline Physiotherapy aims to provide fast access to physiotherapy and to enable patients to start their recovery without delay. Our fees are competitively priced and we are able to provide anexcellent level of care for various conditions. Extremely professional and trustworthy - from my first appointment, I knew I was in safe hands and would get a good result. A very welcoming, 'comfortable' atmosphere at the premises. Did wonders for my neck and lower back pain.
Vicky is connected physio's resident physiotherapist she qualified in physiotherapy in 2003 after completing an HND in Sports Therapy. She has worked in both the NHS and private practice over hercareer within physiotherapy. She has gained experience working as a physiotherapist in high level sports including rugby, cycling and martial arts. Her passion lies with rehabilitating the body using exercise, specifically pilates and yoga to restore health and wellbeing.
Philip has extensive experience in sports injuries including physiotherapist for Scottish National Football Team between 1994-2008. This included Euro 96 and World Cup in France 1998. Between 1987 and1994 covered youth international football, including U-19 World Cup Finals in Chile in 1987 and U-16 World Cup Finals in Scotland in 1989. Provides service for Tayside and Fife Institute of Sport and a variety of insurance companies and corporate clients.