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- Bearsden Physiotherapy is a state-of-the-art clinic providing treatments for all musculo-skeletal ailments. 


- All treatments are provided by experienced and dedicated physiotherapists - Andrew Maclaine, Shona Houston, Kirsty McLauglan, Daivd Roxbrough and Heather Kerr.


- Appointments are at times to suit you, outside of normal work hours.


- We aim to see everyone within 24 hours of initial contact.


- Your Appointment will cost £40.



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Physiotherapy Team 

Andrew Maclaine 

Practice Owner/ Lead Physiotherapist


Andrew Maclaine qualified as a Physiotherapist in 2001 with a Master’s Degree from Glasgow Caledonian University and has over ten years experience in the treatment and management of musculoskeletal problems.  Prior to completing his physiotherapy training Andrew obtained a Honours degree in Physiology from the University of Dundee.  

 

Andrew is one of the lead NHS Physiotherapists at the Glasgow Royal Infirmary A and E Department’s Soft Tissue Clinic and delivers evidence-based, hands-on treatment and individualised rehabilitation programmes.


During the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games Andrew worked as a lead physiotherapist for athletics treating and supporting athletes from all over the world.

  

He is a founder member and lecturer for Glasgow Physio SeminarsTM  providing postgraduate training to other physiotherapists throughout the United Kingdom. 

 

He has a keen interest in field hockey, representing Scotland at Masters level and competing in the Scottish National League.  He is also the lead physiotherapist for Hillhead Hockey club.

  

Andrew is a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and is registered with the Health Professions Council.

 

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SHONA HOUSTON


Associate Physiotherapist


Shona graduated from Queen Margaret University College, Edinburgh as a physiotherapist in 2001 and obtained a post graduate MSc in Manual Therapy from Glasgow Caledonian University in 2010.


She has worked as a senior physiotherapist and Back Pain Specialist (secondment) in Glasgow's Western Infirmary for 14 years and privately at Achilles Heel Sports Injury and Physiotherapy Clinic for over 7 years.  Over this time she has worked with a wide variety of patients including elite athletes and dancers. 

Shona has a special interest in lower limb pathologies and biomechanics.  She has undertaken post graduate training in running footwear and worked with specialist Podiatrists in this field.

She is also passionate about emerging pain science and the neurophysiolology of acute and persistent pain.  She enjoys working with patients who display complex pain patterns and has the skills and experience to comprehensively assess and treat this patient population.

Shona is acupuncture trained.

Shona is a member of the Chartered Society of physiotherapists and is registered with the Health Professional Council.
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KIRSTY MCLAUGHLIN-Associate Physiotherapist.

 

Kirsty qualified as a physiotherapist in 2003 and spent seven years working in the NHS before moving into the private sector.  She has expereince rehabilitating people after sports injuries having worked with Glasgow Hawks Rugby Club for several years

 

Kirsty is trained in the use of acupuncture, is a certified JEMS practitioner and has completed her APPI Pilates training.

 

Kirsty is a menber of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and is registered with the Health Professional Council.

 

 DAVID ROXBURGH-Associate Physiotherapist

 

David has worked in the NHS since qualifying as a Chartered Physiotherapist from Glasgow Caledonian University.  He currently works as a specialist musculoskeletal Physiotherapist within the NHS.  David has experience working with a wide variety of patients; both adult and adolescent elite and recreational athletes.

 

Davis has worked part time for Glasgow Rangers FC for over three years and in 2017 was appointed lead physiotherapist for Northern Ireland (U19s).

 

He is qualified as a sports masseuse and has a keen clinical interest in sports injury rehabiitation.  David has a passion for delivering evidence based practice and more recently undertaken research on "return to play" testing following knee surgery.  These guidelines are currently used in clinics across the city.

 

David is a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists and is registered with the Health Professional Council.

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