With a BSc (Hons) in Sports Therapy, Murray is a very experienced Sports Therapist who has become one of Edinburgh's best reviewed. He opened the clinic as a humble start-up in 2014 with no external funding. He now has hundreds of regular clients as well as many new faces coming into the clinic. Murray has also been the head Sports Therapist at Edinburgh University Football Club.
Murray can assess and diagnose pain and injury and use the following treatment techniques: sports massage, deep tissue massage, electrotherapy, acupuncture and taping. To rehabilitate patients, Murray couples these techniques with researched injury rehabilitation principles empowering patients with the knowledge they need, delivered in a friendly and easy to understand fashion.
Jonathan Wilson BSc (Hons) Sports Therapy MSc Physiotherapy*
With a first class BSc (Hons) in Sports Therapy, Jonny is very experienced in treating a wide range of patients with musculoskeletal pain and dysfunction. Jonny has a background in sports and has worked for Hearts Football Club where he looked after their ladies team for several seasons. Jonny is currently undertaking a masters in Physiotherapy.
Jonny has also worked for Spartans Ladies Football Club as well as helping runners, performers and many other sports people manage their musculoskeletal injuries and dysfunction. Jonny also enjoys helping office workers understand and reduce their pain and discomfort from working at a desk.
Jonny is qualified to assess and diagnose pain and injury and use the following treatment techniques: sports massage, deep tissue massage, electrotherapy, acupuncture and taping.To rehabilitate patients Jonny couples these techniques with researched injury rehabilitation principles empowering patients with the knowledge they need, delivered in a friendly and easy to understand way.
Koorosh is an Applied Sport Science (Bsc) student, massage therapist and aspiring physiotherapist. He qualified in Sports Massage in 2016 and more recently attained certification in Dry Needling techniques. Koorosh has worked with the Edinburgh University Netball club for the past year to help reduce athletes’ pain, tend to injuries and provide pre- and post-match treatment and advice. In addition, he presides over and delivers regular recreational massage classes at Edinburgh University’s Massage society.
Inspired by his own frustrating experiences with chronic pain and ineffective treatments, Koorosh takes a holistic, patient-centred approach to treating pain and injury, drawing influence from pain management approaches. He has gained experience shadowing senior physiotherapists in and pain specialists in clinic as well as working alongside knowledgeable massage therapists.
Koorosh is dedicated to keeping you pain-free and moving towards your goals using tried and tested, evidence-based treatment and guidance.