Emma-Jayne is a kind and compassionate therapist, with extensive clinical knowledge and a keen
interest in women’s health and sports injuries. Her extensive experience in manual and exercise therapy, in both clinical, and sports settings has given her an excellent wealth of knowledge to draw on when treating injuries or conditions.
After graduating from Glasgow Caledonian University in 2021 with a 1 st class honours degree in Physiotherapy, Emma-Jayne began her career working for Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust in London, gaining a wide range of experience in
different areas of physiotherapy including cardiac rehab, respiratory therapy and intensive care, care-of-the-elderly and amputee rehab.
Emma-Jayne worked as a Senior Physiotherapist, providing physiotherapy treatment to patients following discharge from hospital and supporting junior staff members in their development. Alongside this, Emma-Jayne established her own physiotherapy clinic, providing holistic and patient-centred physiotherapy, incorporating her qualification and skills as a sports massage therapist and personal trainer. During this time, Emma-Jayne also worked for Dalziel Rugby Club in Motherwell, Scotland, developing her skills in sports injury assessment and rehabilitation.
Emma-Jayne's approach to physiotherapy is patient-centred, compassionate care that not only addresses and resolves
symptoms, but enhances overall quality of life and enables each person to become a healthier and happier version of themselves.
BSc Hons, CORU Registered Chartered Physiotherapist,
ITEC accredited Level 3 Diploma in Sports Massage
Level 2 Fitness Instructor & Level 3 Personal trainer
Otago Exercise Program (Later Life Training)