Physiotherapy in the comfort of your own home
Our neuro physiotherapists are located in four main areas of Scotland, visiting our patients in their own homes and arranging visits to specialist clinics. All our physiotherapists specialise in the treatment of neurological disorders that affect the brain or spinal cord such as stroke, brain injury, spinal cord injury, cerebral palsy in adults, Multiple Sclerosis and Parkinson’s Disease. We have access to the latest technologies that can assist the functioning of the body and enhance recovery from neurological conditions. If you wish to phone us with information about your condition, we can give you an indication of whether our services may benefit you.
Our physiotherapy specialists for the Glasgow area are Kenny Thoms, Cassie Thoms, Tracey Miller, Katy Page, Helen Caldwell, Ellen Morris, Rosie Croft, Emma Taylor, Emma MacGregor and Fiona McNeney. The main communities that they cover include Bearsden, Killearn, Gartmore, Kirkintilloch, Lenzie and Cumbernauld to the north, Harthill, Motherwell and Hamilton to the east, East Kilbride, Newton Mearns, Paisley, Erskine, Greenock and Gourock to the south and east, and the places in between. If you are located outwith these areas, please contact us to see if we can help. Our clinic appointments are based in the west end of Glasgow where we have a choice of facilities including spacious treatment rooms, gym areas and access to rehabilitation equipment.
Edinburgh & Lothians
Our physiotherapy specialists for the Edinburgh area are Virginia Kelly, Katey McPherson, May Hanrahan, Claire McCaul and Catriona Walker who cover Edinburgh, East and West Lothian. This includes Leith, Musselburgh, Longniddry, Haddington, Aberlady, Gullane and North Berwick. We also travel south through Dalkeith and Penicuik to Biggar, and west to Ratho and Livingston. Our clinic appointments are based just off the city bypass in Eskbank, near Dalkeith or in South Gyle, where we have modern facilities including spacious treatment rooms, gym areas and access to rehabilitation equipment.
Claire McCaul and Ginny Kelly cover parts of the Scottish Borders as they are based in Innerleithen and near Biggar respectively. Ginny covers anyone near the A702 bewteen Biggar and Edinburgh, while Claire is available in Peebles, Innerleithen, Galashiels, Melrose, Selkirk, Abbotsford and surrounding areas.
Falkirk, Stirling & Bridge of Allan
Our physiotherapy specialists for this area are Katy Page and Ellen Morris who provide home visits in Falkirk, Stirling, Bridge of Allan, Dunblane, Doune, Grangemouth and surrounding areas. Travel outwith these areas may be possible so please call us to enquire.
Perth & Kinross
Our physiotherapy specialist for Perthshire is Ali Allanach who provides home visits in Perth, Kinross, Crieff and surrounding areas. Travel outwith these areas may be possible so please call us to enquire.
Killearn, Aberfoyle & Callander
Our physiotherapy specialists for this area are Jill French and Gill Alexander who provide home visits in Callendar, Aberfoyle, Drymen, Killearn and surrounding areas. Travel outwith these areas may be possible so please call us to enquire.
Dundee & St Andrews
Our physiotherapy specialists for the Dundee area are Carol Grieg and Liza Scott who provide home visits in Dundee and surrounding areas. Travel outwith these areas may be possible so please call us to enquire.
Our physiotherapy specialist for the Aberdeen area is Hamza Godhrawala who provides home visits in Aberdeen and surrounding areas. Travel outwith these areas may be possible so please call us to enquire.
We are currently having recruitment problems in Inverness but still have the services of physiotherapy support worker Rory Lowe who provides home visits in Inverness and surrounding areas. This encompasses Culloden, Nairn, Kinross and Forres to the east and Beauly, Muir of Ord, Strathpeffer, Dingwall, Alness and Tain to the west and north. Travel outwith these areas may be possible so please call us to enquire. Rory is currently supported by qualified team members in other areas.