Connections Physiotherapy is a busy physiotherapy practice in Strathaven that is built on quality and good reputation. The majority of patients attending come through personal recommendation offriends, colleagues or family members. The practice was established in 2006 by Debbie Shannon, Chartered Physiotherapist. Her integrated, whole-body, hands-on, unique approach often leads to fast relief and aims to treat the underlying cause and not just symptoms.
Born and educated in Glasgow's East end, Lorna's career spans 30 years, initially qualifying in 1981 with her first degree in Physical education from the Dunfermline college of P.E. Lorna retrained asa physiotherapist at Queens College in Glasgow, qualifying in 1992 with a B.Sc. (Dist) in Physiotherapy. After starting her own business with a physiotherapy home visiting service Lorna established the Birchtree Clinic in 1998.
Established in 2005, Ayrshire Physiotherapy is a local company providing the highest standards of care for the people of Ayrshire. Full registration with the HPC (Health Professions Council) and CSP(Chartered Society of Physiotherapy) ensures we remain up to date with current best practice and utilise the latest evidence based treatment methods and developments in physiotherapy ensuring clients receive the highest standards of care possible.
Both in Evesham and Redditch Mdphysiotherapy are also the supplier of physio treatment to the Evesham United Football Club. We promise to provide Quality Physiotherapy tailored to the needs of eachindividual under our care. The most exciting development to our clinic has been the partnership with Phoenix Fitness Solutions. This means that all your rehabilitation needs will be catered for on site where you also have the opportunity to incorporate a personal trainer into your care pathway.
Sports massage is not just for treating sports injuries in athletes. Almost everyone could benefit from specially developed sports massage techniques, as it is an excellent therapy for any muscularaches and pains, such as neck, back and shoulder tension, whether caused by driving, gardening, computer use or even stress.
Physiotherapy involves using a variety of techniques to help your muscles, joints, heart and lungs work to their best effect. What can be done? At the initial assessment the physiotherapist willassess your condition, diagnose the problem and help you to understand what's wrong. They will work with you to develop an efective treatment plan that takes into account your lifestyle, leisure activities, general health, and what you want to get out of the treatment.
We are a team of chartered physiotherapists who strive to provide a professional yet friendly service designed to help with your problem areas. We provide personalised assessments and treatmentapproaches to achieve your agreed goals. Our team are experienced in injury prevention, injury management and rehabilitation to return you to your normal functional level.
Heartlake Physiotherapy has now become part of Physiomac Ltd trading as Physiomac Physiotherapy. We are still the same, nothing has changed except our legal identity. The physiotherapy team remainsthe same, providing the same high quality provision of care.
Kate gained her first degree at The Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen achieving a 2:1 in Sport & Exercise Science. She then studied Physiotherapy at the Glasgow Caledonian University, completingexperience in musculoskeletal, respiratory and neurological rehabilitation. Kate has extended her experience and specialised in musculoskeletal physiotherapy. Interests include sports injuries, orthopaedic conditions, whiplash associated disorders and chronic low back pain.
Physiotherapy is one of the most affective treatments for reducing pain, promoting healing, encouraging rehabilitation and restoring physical well being. It is science based, commited to extending,applying, evaluating and reviewing the evidence that underpins and informs it's practice and delivery.