With over 10 years professional experience specialising in General Injuries, Aches and Pains, Sports and Work related Injuries, Back and Neck Problems, Diet and Nutrition, Massage and Acupuncture. Weare a modern clinic in a convenient location, offering flexible morning, afternoon and evening appointments to fit around your busy schedule. Anyone can suffer an injury whether they are a professional, a recreational athlete or an active individual going about their daily routine.
We are a business based in Falkirk, Central Scotland and we offer a full range of complementary therapies. We also have a fully stocked gift shop, we train other therapists and are involved in avariety of corporate work. This website gives you information and prices on the therapies we offer.
David and Arlene Bowmaker established Life Fit Physiotherapy in 2011 with a vision to offer the best Physiotherapy and rehabilitation service possible. Building on their experience working in privateclinics both in the UK and in Australia they recognised the benefits and success of encouraging and helping patients to use a multi-disciplinary programme to recover from an injury or manage a long term problem, maintaining fitness and well being.
Midasina offers a selection of massages for both men and women in a relaxing environment to those living in the Grangemouth, Falkirk and surrounding areas. Massage works by accelerating your lymphaticand circulatory system, which helps to remove harmful pathogens and substances from your body. Resulting with you feeling relaxed and energised afterwards. Your massage treatment first starts with a consultation. Our massage therapists are here to ensure that you have the very best service.
Home visits, workplace therapies and sporting or corporate event treatments are available upon request. In order for our bodies to function correctly we must be balanced. At Knots Away Massage the aimis to rebalance the body to help resolve any aches and pains then treat the soft tissue as required. It is also available as a stand alone treatment.
Lomond Clinic is run by Terry O'Neill, SMTO, DRSM and is based within her home in the Kingspark area of Stirling. It is mainly a sports and remedial clinic but also practices complementary therapiesincluding reflexology and aromatherapy as well as therapeutic massage. Lomond Clinic also offers massage for pregnant ladies. Terry is qualified to work on clients who are living with cancer or you have had cancer.
Hi, my name is Janette McGowan, thank you for visiting the Camtouch website. I am a practising massage therapist and clinical aromatherapist, based in the Forth Valley area. I gained my initialmassage qualifications at the Academy of Aromatherapy and Massage (Scotland) in December 2003. More recently I completed post-grad studies in advanced massage techniques including Swedish, Remedial and Sports massage techniques in October 2005.
I studied at Glasgow University and gained a Master of Arts degree with honours in French. Following this I went on to Strathclyde University and did a Post Graduate in Education/ teacher training. Iwent on to work in Edinburgh teaching French and German and eventually moved into Guidance to support and help students on a more holistic level.
Knead to Relax massage and osteopath clinic in Stirling, are an experienced team of therapists qualified in remedial and sports massage, osteopathy, aromatherapy, pregnancy massage and relaxationmassage. At our fresh and modern clinic in Stirling, we treat a wide range of conditions and injuries. We now offer safe and effective Hypnotherapy treatments for weight loss, stopping smoking, stress, phobias and panic attacks.
I've lived in Linlithgow since 1999 with my husband and have 2 children. I've always been interested in sports, with a keen interest in health and wellbeing. As a teenager I was in the ScottishGymnastics Team. I then went on to compete in long distance running and a few triathlons, as well as being a keen hillwalker and recreational skier. In my own sporting life I have sustained injuries, and know the difference a good treatment can make, whether it be minor niggles or a more problematic injury.