Caroline graduated from Glasgow Caledonian University in 1993. She has specialist experience in neurological rehabilitation including Parkinson’s, stroke and Multiple Sclerosis. She also has an MSc in Acupuncture from Coventry University. Having used this treatment for over 20 years, she is now and Advanced Member of and tutor for the Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists (AACP). She has found this to be of great benefit for many pain conditions and has a special interest in using this to treat people with neurological conditions. She has several papers published on this and is working on further research in this area.
Geraldine graduated from Queen Margaret University in 1990 and worked in the NHS in both England and Scotland before moving to Private Practice. She has specialist experience in musculoskeletal conditions and sports injuries as well as orthopaedics, ante natal and post natal conditions and women’s health. She works closely with a local gymnastics team, and is the physiotherapist for their national competitions. As a keen runner and a JogScotland leader she has a particular interest in running related injuries.
Geoff graduated from the University of Ulster in 2001. He has worked in the NHS and private settings as well as various clinics within football clubs in Edinburgh and the Lothians. He works in the NHS as an orthopaedic knee specialist with experience of imaging, injection therapy and referral for surgery. His specialist skills are in orthopaedics and musculoskeletal injuries, particularly hip, knee and lower limb rehabilitation. He is qualified in manipulation and acupuncture. Geoff also utilises Hyaluronic Acid injections and can arrange consultation with patients who have mild to moderate osteoarthritis of the knee.
Jody graduated from Northumbria University in 2009. In 2012 she gained a Masters degree in Pain Science and Chronic Pain Management from the University of Edinburgh / Sydney University. She has worked in both the NHS and private settings as well as various football and lifesaving clubs in Edinburgh. She is currently a guest lecturer for the University of Edinburgh and Napier University. She has had additional training in acupuncture, sports and remedial massage, CBT for anxiety, mindfulness and body awareness therapy. Jody has specialist intersts in 2 areas; neuropathic pain and anorexia nervosa. She also runs Jody Phillips Pilates – online and in person Physiotherapy led Pilates classes for all age groups
Sharon graduated from Robert Gordon’s University with a BSc in Physiotherapy in 1993 and has worked both in the NHS and private practice. She has worked in orthopaedic and musculoskeletal services, specialising in knee, shoulder and spinal conditions over the past 25 years. As well as traditional physiotherapy techniques, Sharon is also experienced in acupuncture for pain relief and more recently she has experience working with patients with Long Covid.