All our physiotherapists at Glasgow Premier Physiotherapy are fully qualified and insured, with a vast amount of experience. Whatever your symptoms, one of our highly skilled physiotherapists will be able to help you.
Meet Our Team
John is the co -founder of Glasgow Premier Physiotherapy and an ex Royal Marines Commando that has moved into the field of Physiotherapy.
John has come from an athletics background that has seen him represented at Scottish Schools level and furthered to representing the Marines athletics team. John has a passion for treating sports, work and lifestyle related injuries. With years of experience in all fields of Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy John can assist in all your rehabilitation requirements.
Steven has over twenty years background in Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) and wrestling, leading to selected invitation to train at the institute of sport with the National Team for Greco and Freestyle wrestling. This allowed him to develop and define his technique both in the amateur and professional circuits. Additionally, Steven complimented his mat skills by training in the discipline of Olympic lifting thus, reaching national competition level. Steven has an avid interest in physiotherapy injuries and takes pride in individually tailored programmes to suit your rehab.
Out with Physiotherapy, Steven has qualifications and vast experience in strength and conditioning and personal training.
Christie has recently graduated from Glasgow Caledonian University with a Bachelor of Science (BSc Hons) degree in Physiotherapy. During her training she also qualified as a sports massage therapist. Christie has a keen interest in the treatment and management of musculoskeletal and sporting injuries and takes a holistic approach to rehabilitation through education as well as exercise prescription and manual therapy.
Christie has been a keen climber for a number of years having competed nationally as a junior. She continues to pursue the sport and climbs to a high level. Christie is passionate about and experienced in training and uses this to inform her practice when tailoring rehabilitation programmes.
Sarah has recently graduated from Glasgow Caledonian university with a Bachelor of Science (BSc Hons) degree in Physiotherapy. She is now working towards her Masters (MSc) degree in Physiotherapy, specialising in human movement and musculoskeletal rehabilitation, as well as the advanced assessment and management of illness and injury. During her training, she qualified as a sports massage therapist and completed a qualification in pitch side first aid. Sarah is very passionate towards the management and treatment of musculoskeletal and sporting injuries and provides rehabilitation through a variety of methods including education, manual therapies and exercise prescription.
Sarah comes from a sporting background, being part of both a competitive swimming team and gymnastics team whilst growing up. She now regularly attends the gym focusing on strength and conditioning and has done for years. She uses this knowledge when adapting rehabilitation programmes and to enhance her treatment prescription.
Erin graduated from Glasgow Caledonian University in 2021 with a Bachelor of Science (BSc Hons) degree in Physiotherapy. She is also qualified in both Swedish and sports massage as well as being pitchside first aid trained and has a particular interest in sports injuries and musculoskeletal rehabilitation.
Erin is a keen runner and enjoys yoga and utilises her knowledge of stretching and strengthening when prescribing exercises and advice. She is also passionate about holistic care and wellbeing and incorporates this into her physiotherapy practice.
Niamh has recently graduated from Glasgow Caledonian University with a BSc Hons degree in Physiotherapy. She is also a qualified sports massage therapist and works with Queens Park Womens FC providing pitch side first aid and rehabilitation advice.
Niamh also comes from a sporting background having played golf competitively as a junior, captaining the West of Scotland girls, and now playing both golf and lacrosse recreationally.
Chris is currently a student at Glasgow Caledonian University where he is studying a Bachelor of Science (Bsc) degree in Physiotherapy. During his studies he has also qualified in sports massage therapy. During his studies so far, Chris has had a keen interest in anatomy, musculoskeletal- and sports related injuries with regards to clinical presentation as well as the rehabilitation process.
Chris comes from a sporting background, competing competitively in athletics when growing up; specifically, in the 100m and 200m sprints. He now focuses more on the gym specifically strength and conditioning based training as well as playing some basketball from time to time. Out with sports, Chris has a keen interest in photography using both new modern digital cameras as well as old film cameras from the 70’s and 80’s.