Physiotherapy aims to provide pain relief and restore movement and function to as near normal as possible. At Linlithgow Physiotherapy, we know how frustrating an injury or a long standing painproblem can be. Immediate diagnosis and treatment can be beneficial. We understand the importance of an indepth history and examination in discovering the underlying cause of your problem.
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.
Liesel qualified with a BSC (physio) from Cape Town University, South Africa in 1998. She worked in private practice there until moving to Edinburgh in 2001. She worked for six months in the NHSbefore practicing from an established private physiotherapy clinic in Edinburgh until 2007. She was also team physiotherapist to a local rugby club for four seasons (2001 to 2004) and worked with Scottish Hockey under 21 teams for 3 years (2003 to 2005).
Louise Reilly, the lead physiotherapist at Reilly Physiotherapy, graduated from Aberdeen university in 2004 with a degree in sports science and exercise. From there she carried on her studies at QueenMargaret University and graduated in a Bsc hons in Physiotherapy. Following graduation she worked in the NHS for many years developing her physiotherapy skills and decided to specialise in Musculoskeletal and sports physiotherapy.
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.
JW Physiotherapy and Sports Injury clinics was established in 1995 by a team of highly experienced Chartered Physiotherapists. Two clinics are now available in the Edinburgh area; one in the centre ofhistoric South Queensferry and the second in Murrayfield House, nestling in private grounds convenient to the city centre. Parking is available at or near both premises.
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.
Kath qualified in 1993 from Glasgow Caledonian University and has been in private practice at Newlands Physiotherapy since 2001. She has specialised in Orthopaedics and Musculoskeletal Conditions /Injuries since 1996, completing courses in Orthopaedic Medicine, Musculoskeletal Acupuncture, Pilates etc. She also completed a Master's Degree in Sports & Exercise Medicine, graduating from Glasgow University in 2001.
Lorraine White Physiotherapy is owned & operated by Lorraine Gallagher BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy. Both clinics are within walking distance of bus and train links. Our clinicians are fully registeredwith the Health Care Professions Council & the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy.
Alternatively get in touch via the contact us section on the website and we will get back to you as soon as possible. Physio Effect currently operates from 2 separate gym premises close to Glasgowcity centre. Both are within easy walking distance from the Underground rail.