Teresa Harvey, RGN, BSc Hons (Ost)
Teresa qualified with a first class honours degree in Osteopathy from the British School of Osteopathy in 1998 and has since worked and taught in the UK and overseas.
With a wealth of experience Teresa has worked in multidisciplinary Clinics with Spinal GP’s and Orthopaedic consultants.
Simeon London, BSc Hons, BSc Hons (Ost), Grad Dip HE
He undertook his training in osteopathy in 1991, graduating in 1995, also with a first class Honours degree.
Since then he has worked as several osteopathic practices in the UK and abroad, as well as developing a passion for osteopathic education.
Maxime Neil has spent many years training as part of the national Judo team, where she first encountered Osteopathy. Impressed by the results for various injuries she decided to pursue a career in the profession.
After leaving her home in Edinburgh to move to London, Maxime graduated from The British school of Osteopathy with a master’s degree, with distinction. Since graduating she has worked in private practice in London and has now decided to return home to Scotland.
With her background in martial arts, Maxime is aware of the demands placed on the body not only whilst in training, but also when training ceases and old injuries remerge. She is passionate about helping patients get their bodies back to optimal health. Maxime therefore uses a variety of techniques within her treatment approach to achieve this.
Maxime has also had a wealth of experience working with a wide variety of patients including expectant mothers, geriatrics, athletes and those with acute and chronic conditions. She enjoys treating a wide range of problems from lower back pain and neck pain to shoulder, elbow, knee and hip problems.
Piotr Marczak is a certified massage therapist specialising in Sports and Remedial Massage and a member of Scottish Massage Therapist Organisation(SMTO).
Piotr customises his treatments to meet the specific requirements of his clients and always approaches them as individuals. His treatments involve use of such techniques as: deep tissue/soft tissue, myofascial release, muscle energy, trigger points, joint mobilisation and PNF stretching.
With Piotr, clients can expect a tailored session to afford them optimum benefits.
After many years in the customer service industry, Ruth decided to try a more “hands on” career whilst still putting people at the heart of her work.
With background knowledge in health and fitness, gained at college, she took on self-funded training at The Scottish Beauty School and Gateway workshops to obtain Diplomas in Massage and various other massage techniques including Acupressure Chair Massage, Pregnancy, Deep Tissue and Myofascial Release.
Committed to delivering a first-class treatment and your wellbeing, she has further plans for other training as part of her continued professional development.
Ruth takes a holistic approach to your treatment and believes it should be as unique as you are and will use a variety of techniques learned, to tailor a massage for you that is both effective and enjoyable. Her job satisfaction comes from seeing people leave a treatment feeling better than when they came in. She believes strongly in a work-life balance to help keep well and hopes that her treatments will feature as part of yours.
When not hard at work (and loving it) she loves indulging in the finer things in life such as, spending time with family and friends, food and wine, music, singing, films, and keeping fit and healthy (loads of room for improvement!)
Carol is a remedial massage therapist who has been working in a team of therapist from over the work in Majorca treating holidaymakers for relaxation as well as athletes training for events. Particularly cycling, running and triathlons.
I am an Australian Sports Physiotherapist, currently living in Glasgow.
I have many years of clinical experience having run my own practice in the Snowy Mountains region of Australia, and have been involved with representative teams at both National and International level competition in a wide variety of sports.
I have a special interest in Men’s Hockey ,and have travelled overseas with the Australian Masters teams for more than ten years.
I prefer to use a wholistic approach in my assessment and treatment of musculoskeletal injuries and am also a qualified yoga teacher.
In more recent years my work has focused on the prevention of injury and maintenance of well being through movement, and in particular the importance of posture and breath.
We have two practices serving the West of Scotland. Our Paisley practice is conveniently located at the St James Business Centre just opposite the Phoenix Retail Park. It is well connected by regular bus services and is close to the main A737 Paisley to Irvine trunk road.
Our Glasgow practice is located on Hope Street in the City Centre just a minutes walk from Glasgow Central Train Station.