PurePhysio are able to accept patients registered with the following private health care companies - BUPA, AVIVA, PruHealth, Simply Health and WPA. PurePhysio are able to offer daytime and eveningappointments at Centrex House in Livingston. Please call or email to book an appointment.
Physioflex is a locally run private clinic located in West Lothian with clinics in both Livingston and Bathgate. Using our expert knowledge and variety of treatment techniques we can provide apersonalised solution to your problem. A key component of your treatment at Physioflex is addressing the underlying cause of your pain and preventing future injury. We aim to alleviate your symptoms to allow you to get back to normal living as quickly as possible.
Framework Clinics is owned and run by Morag Fraser and Andrew Patterson and has been established since 2000. Framework offers both physiotherapy and osteopathy and the two disciplines work very welltogether and the current team has a wide spectrum of expertise and experience. We also retain the services of Dr Jane Dunbar, who is the first doctor to qualify in the speciality of Sports & Exercise Medicine.
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.
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.
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.
Physiocube is a physiotherapy business with three aspects that compliment each other perfectly. Our innovative health clinic offers detailed clinical assessments and treatment from specialisedChartered Physiotherapists. Our products range works alongside this to help you relieve your symptoms quickly and resolve your injury completely. We also specialise in passing on our skills and information through our educational seminars.
Rehabilitation isn't as difficult as you may think, and the road back to your former strength may be considerably shorter than expected. Our approach is to help you make a complete recovery with thegreatest possible care taken. Our expertise in therapy is built on many years' experience in all physiotherapy areas.
Melanie qualified in 1983 from Queen Margaret College, Edinburgh. After 8 years working in the NHS & abroad, she established Marchmont Physiotherapy Clinic in 1991, with two Western General HospitalPhysio colleagues: Irene Croal & Alison Fantom. She is a musculoskeletal specialist with interest in Pain Management, Health & Well Being, Occupational Health, back & neck problems & sports injury with over 30 years' clinical experience.
Early treatment can mean a quicker recovery with less time off work. An independent physiotherapist can often provide treatment within 24 hours. A physiotherapist takes the wider view of a patient'slifestyle to treat the condition and avoid a recurrence - a truly holistic approach. Physiotherapy is the orthodox therapy - there are a growing number of complementary forms of medicine and the treatment methods they use differ widely.