Diane Hunter MSc BSc Hons, MCSP
Diane graduated from Queen Margaret University College in Edinburgh in 1994 with a BSc.
Honours in Physiotherapy. She began working as a physiotherapist in the West and Central
areas of Scotland in the NHS, picking up experience along the way in areas such as
Orthopaedics, Neurology, Respiratory Physiotherapy and working in GP practices.

She began to specialise in Sports Physiotherapy, working at events such as International Athletics, Youth Commonwealth Games and Youth Olympics. She soon began to travel internationally with Scottish Swimming, Judo, Hockey, Curling teams and with the GB Judo team. Alongside her work in the NHS, Diane managed a couple part-time sports injury clinics in Stirling, treating and advising all levels of sportspeople.

In 2002, she began full time work as Senior Physiotherapist in sports medicine in Glasgow.
A year later, she graduated from Glasgow University with an MSc in Medicine and Science in Sport and Exercise. Her research for this investigated shoulder injuries in swimmers and strategies for rehabilitation.

Her work continued to develop into other aspects of sports medicine such as research and education. She regularly lectures to undergraduate and postgraduate physiotherapists, medics and sports scientists in areas such as rehabilitation, sports medicine and first aid.
In 2006, Diane was asked to join a team of physiotherapists providing cover to Jockeys at Horse Racing venues all over the country. She currently covers all of the National Hunt fixtures in Scotland.

In 2007, she set up Physiologix, physiotherapy centre. Diane is a Chartered Physiotherapist and is registered with the Health Professionals Council.

Anthony Kane BSc
Tony Studied Sport and Exercise at Abertay University where he graduated with an honours degree in 2005. He went on to work for the NHS in the field of mental health for eight years and was involved with many sports coaching and leadership roles. Tony then moved to London where he qualified as a Clinical Sports Massage Therapist from the London School of Sports Massage.

In addition to treating elite athletes Tony is a registered personal trainer who has played semi-professional football for ten years and has also completed several; marathons, half marathons and ultra-endurance cycles.

Tony is a member of: The Institute of Sport & Remedial Massage and the Register of Exercise professionals.

Linda Canning B.Ost.
Linda qualified from the British School of Osteopathy, London in 2007 and has been working in the Glasgow area ever since:

‘I have always been fascinated by anatomy and physiology, especially the biomechanics of the body, and its amazing ability to cope with the stresses and strains of daily life. The body however has only a finite reservoir of ability to cope with these stresses and sometimes compensatory adaptations break down and pain ensues. Everyone’s reserves are different, and unless there has been a recent injury or pathological change in the body that can account for pain, there needs to be some “Sherlock” style investigation to figure out why one gets pain where they do. The reasons for this can be anything from postural habits, alignment issues or an old injury e.g. an ankle sprain that hasn’t had the attention it needs to support the leg/pelvis/lower back that sits on top of it! My job is to figure out why the pain is there, reduce the pain and prevent the pain from returning‘

Linda treats all the muscles and joints of the body, not just the lower back. She uses an array of techniques to help support the body’s ability to heal and speed up recovery. Massage, mobilisations and manipulations help to restore function and movement, reducing tension, aiding lymphatic drainage, reducing inflammation and therefore pain. Sometimes the more subtle “cranial” techniques are more appropriate and so she will also use these; always tailoring the treatment to the patients’ needs. She is also qualified in Medical Acupuncture, which can be very powerful in reducing pain, and always gives advice on exercise to rehabilitate and improve performance.

We accept patients from all over Scotland, please feel free to contact us with any queries
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