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Your initial 45-minute appointment involves an assessment and treatment. We assess your pain and symptoms to determine the cause of these symptoms, then recommend a treatment plan for you and begin this treatment. Follow-up appointments are 30 minutes. Your physiotherapist will advise how many appointments you will need but you can stop treatment at any time.

  • Non Member

    Initial Assessment - 45 minutes / Follow Up - 30 minutes
  • Members

    Initial Assessment - 45 minutes / Follow Up - 30 minutes

What is Physiotherapy?

Physiotherapy is a profession whose aim is to encourage and support the return to normal following illness, surgery, disease or trauma. It can be effective in the treatment of a range of muscle, joint and nerve conditions.

Physiotherapists use a wide range of techniques such as manual therapy and exercise prescription to maintain health for people of all ages, helping patients to manage pain and prevent disease.

We can offer expertise in upper limb and hand rehabilitation, pain management programmes and post-surgical recovery. Many of our therapists are also trained in Pilates, Acupuncture and Joint Manipulation, carrying out thorough biomechanical assessments to enhance and optimize function.

We have strong links with many orthopaedic consultants here in Scotland and have an excellent track record in the rehabilitation of upper and lower limb sports injuries. In addition, we can offer pre and post natal treatment and advice as well as vertigo and balance rehabilitation with our vestibular specialist.

Jennifer Dunbar Physiotherapist About

Jennifer Dunbar


How can I help you improve your health?

Jennifer started her career working in the NHS where she gained a wealth of experience in various settings from neurology, orthopaedics, vascular and paediatrics.

She developed an interest in musculoskeletal conditions and injuries and has specialised in peripheral joints and woman’s health where she continues to further her skills.

As part of her practice, a variety of manual techniques, exercise, biomechanics, ergonomics and equipment/devices can all be used as part of a holistic and appropriate treatment plan.

Continual professional development and evidence-based practice ensure she provides the most effective assessment allowing individually tailored physiotherapy treatment for all clients.

As part of Jennifer's current post she also leads a Clinical Pilates class on a weekly basis and is looking to further develop into Ante-natal Clinical Pilates by mid-2016.

Jennifer's special interests include:

  • Sports injury rehabilitation
  • Acupuncture
  • Woman’s health
  • Pre/post-surgery rehabilitation
  • Clinical pilates.

My Qualifications

  • BSc (Hons)
  • MCSP
  • HCPC
Rory Jack Physiotherapist About

Rory Jack


How can I help you improve your health?

Rory started his career as a physiotherapist within NHS trusts in Aberdeen and gained a broad range of experience throughout various specialities including musculoskeletal, orthopaedic and neurological services.

Having worked with professional rugby league and football teams in the past he has experience and knowledge of the demands of sport and therefore developed a keen interest in acute injury management progressing towards end-stage rehabilitation. Optimal return to function is always at the forefront of his practice.

Rory strives to provide comprehensive assessment and treatment for a wide range of conditions and presentations and ensures treatment plans are tailored to individual needs and backed up by current research into best practice – working with the various disciplines and excellent facilities in place at Nuffield Health enhances his ability to provide this.

Rory's special interests include:

  • Sports injuries (inc. sprains and strains)
  • Strength & conditioning
  • Pain mechanisms
  • Spinal conditions
  • Post-operative rehabilitation
  • Acupuncture.

My Qualifications

  • BSc (Hons)
  • MCSP
Karen Ritchie Physiotherapy Manager About

Karen Ritchie

Physiotherapy Manager

How can I help you improve your health?

As an active individual Karen has always had a keen interest in human movement. Her fascination with pain, movement and performance continues to drive her to assist in changing ‘unhelpful’ movement patterns and behaviours whether in a pre/rehabilitation setting.

Changing attitudes to health and fitness has driven Karen to explore physiotherapy techniques in the treatment of these chronic movement patterns and persistent pain in the increasing incidence of varied ‘chronic pain’ including shoulder, knee, neck and back pain.

She is currently continuing to enhance her skills in manual therapy and biopsychosocial models to ensure the best care and outcome for each and every one of her patients.

Karen is an ultra marathon runner so has experience with training plans leading up to a range of running race types. She is driven to help develop training plans for others who wish to follow suit injury free.

Karen's special interests include:

  • Chronic pain
  • Neuroscience of pain
  • CBT
  • Visceral manipulation/SCS
  • Sports performance/running technique.

My Qualifications

  • BSc (Hons)
  • MCSP
  • HPC
  • AACP

Opening times: Monday - Thursday: 08:00–20:00;
Friday: 07:00–15:00

Aberdeen Physiotherapy

Justice Mill Lane, Aberdeen, AB11 6EQ


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