BSc.Physiotherapy, MCSP, Physiofirst Fully registered with the Healthcare Professionals Council
Emma graduated from The Queens’ College Glasgow in 1992. Emma is a Chartered Physiotherapist, governed by the Rules and Regulations of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and the Healthcare Professionals Council. She is a member of Physiofirst, the Physiotherapy Pain Association, and Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists.
After graduation Emma worked in the NHS gaining valuable experience across the broad physiotherapy spectrum. In 1997 she undertook a course in Craniosacral Therapy which totally changed her perspective on the human body.
In 1998 she took up a post in Private Practice where she worked with and learnt from some very astute colleagues, greatly developing her knowledge and understanding of how the human body works. Undertaking many courses in various manual therapies over the years and more recently developing her knowledge in the mind body link of chronic/persistent pain, she has developed her special interest in the Musculoskeletal field of Physiotherapy.
She now uses a unique blend of assessment and Integrated manual therapy techniques to discover and resolve the root cause of your symptoms
Diploma – Advanced Remedial and Sports Massage, Swedish Massage, On Site Massage
Carrie joined us in 2012 after 20 years’ experience as an Equipment Engineer dealing with the repair and preventative maintenance of a variety of electro-mechanical equipment. She has now extended these skills to include preventative maintenance and wellbeing of another complex system – The Human Body.
Our bodies are put through more rigorous tasks than most machines on a daily basis but we often neglect them. Massage therapy is a very effective way of reducing stress on the body and restoring homeostasis.
Diploma – Swedish Massage, Remedial and Sports Massage
Gemma trained in massage therapy at the Scottish Massage School in Edinburgh in 2012.
With a keen interest in yoga and the power of relaxation, Gemma is passionate about helping people achieve the same mind and body benefits through massage. Last year, she also started volunteering at Strathcarron Hospice as a massage therapist, helping people with cancer and other life-limited illnesses, which she finds hugely rewarding.
Gemma is trained in Swedish, Sports and Remedial, Hot Stones and HEARTS massage.
She is also qualified with the International Association of Infant Massage (IAIM) as a baby massage instructor which allows her to teach new parents how to massage their babies.