Physio Inverness is the Highland specialist centre for the management of sports injuries, implementation of preventative injury programmes and improving your performance. The clinic has been open since 2012.
The clinic is run by Chartered Physiotherapists. We provide assessment and treatment for muscle and joint injuries.
The clinic looks after some of the Highland’s top athletes – including athletes who have competed or are training for the Commonwealth, Paralympic, Olympic and Winter Games.
We can also perform ‘profiling’ which is a type of assessment which is sports specific and will create a programme to prevent injuries and improve performance – excellent if you have specific goals and particularly if you have been suffering any ongoing ‘niggles’.
We are also experienced in the rehabilitation following orthopaedic surgery.
We provide some services to the Scottish Institute of Sport looking after some of their athletes and have provided cover at Triathlon Scotland training camps.
Many of the local clubs – Inverness Harriers, Highland Swim Team, Inverness Rowing Club, Highland Bears Basketball and Triathlon Inverness trust Physio Inverness to look after their members and ensure injury free participation and exercises to improve performance.
£5 off all appointments for: All NHS staff, Highland Bears Basketball Team, Triathlon Inverness, Inverness Harriers and Highland Hill Runners.
We have an expanding team of Chartered Physiotherapists at the clinic:
Senior Physiotherapist / Practice Owner
Saturday clinics. Fiona Houston started ‘Physio Inverness’ sports injury clinic in 2011 working as a sole pracititioner. She previously worked in the NHS for 3 years – then spent 4 years as the first team physiotherapist with Inverness Caledonian Thistle FC. Fiona has also worked with Ross County FC, Triathlon Scotland and the Scotland U19s ladies football team.
Monday and Fridays clinics. Jenny joined the practice in November 2016. Jenny has many years experience of working in private practice and also with Sport Scotland athletes. A former competitive swimmer also, Jenny has a keen interest in swimming injuries and prevention.
Thursday clinics. Sean is a former professional football player, and has a wealth of experience working with sports injuries, and has worked within a rugby club, as well as an NHS setting.