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Physiotherapist & Director

Colin Davidson MSc (Hons), MCSP, MMACP

Specialties: Shoulder and knee injuries

Graduating from Queen Margaret College in 1998, Colin initially worked in the NHS with the mainstay of his experience in musculoskeletal disorders...

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Physiotherapist

Jane Caney BSc, MCSP, HCPC

Specialties: musculoskeletal physiotherapy, Pilates and Reformer.

After graduating from Glasgow University in 1988 with a degree in physiotherapy, Jane worked...

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Physiotherapist

Lynsey Ross BSc (Hons), MCSP

Specialties: musculoskeletal injuries and Pilates.

Lynsey graduated from the Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen in 2003. Initially posted to work for the NHS...

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Physiotherapist & Director

Alison Middleton MBSc (Hons), MCSP, AACP, POGP

Specialties: pelvic health, Pilates, Reformer, gymnasts & dancers, acupuncture.

Graduating in 1997 from RGU, Alison specialised quickly within the NHS in musculoskeletal care...

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Physiotherapist

Laura Middleton BSc (Hons), MCSP

Specialties: Pilates, gymnasts, barre.

 

After graduating from Robert Gordon University in 2013, Laura worked within the NHS for the following six years, moving through all the specialities...

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Physiotherapist

Anna Armstrong BSc (Hons), MSc

Specialties: physiotherapy for horse riders, Pilates, matwork and acupuncture.

Anna graduated from the Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen in 2002. Since then she has worked within the NHS...

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Colin Davidson: Graduating from Queen Margaret College in 1998, Colin worked initially in the NHS with the mainstay of his experience in musculoskeletal disorders. During this time he has completed his Masters Degree in Manual Therapy giving him membership of the Musculoskeletal Association of Chartered Physiotherapists. Prior to joining ICPC, he has also lectured physiotherapy students at RGU and most recently worked as an Extended Scope Practitioner for NHS Lothian, with a sub speciality of shoulder and knee pathologies. Colin is also a member of the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Occupational Health working with a variety of industries. Previously he has worked for the Scottish Under-16 men's hockey team. In his spare time he can be seen hurtling himself down hills on his snowboard or mountain bike (weather depending).

Alison Middleton: Graduating in 1997 from RGU, Alison specialised quickly within the NHS in musculoskeletal care.  During this time she was one of the first physiotherapists in the UK to complete her Pilates training and went on  to work as a consultant for the Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute, training Pilates teachers nationally. Alison went on to establish her own business teaching Pilates across Aberdeenshire before joining Inverurie Physiotherapy and Podiatry Clinic in 2003. Since joining the practice she has further developed her other special interests in elite sports including dancers and gymnasts and acupuncture. Most recently Alison has developed a unique Pelvic Health Service which includes ante- and post-natal care, male and female continence treatment, complex pelvic pain treatment and a menopause wellness service. Alison is a member of the Pelvic, Obstetric and Gynaecological Physiotherapy Association and the Association of Acupuncturists in Chartered Physiotherapy. When not working she likes being in the gym and watching ballet.

Jane Caney: After graduating from Glasgow University in 1988 with a degree in physiotherapy, Jane worked in major NHS teaching hospitals in Glasgow and Aberdeen for 12 years. A founder member of the clinic , Jane has been working at ICPC since 1999. In addition to a varied daily caseload of patients Jane has been teaching Pilates for 15 years and enjoys providing individual reformer and Pilates sessions. For many years she has worked closely with gymnasts and has previously worked as physiotherapist for international hockey teams. In her spare time Jane loves spending time with her family and venturing into the great outdoors.

Laura Middleton: After graduating from RGU in 2013, Laura worked within the NHS for the following 6 years moving through all the specialties. Laura also gained qualifications in Pilates with the Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institutes and has been teaching classes at the clinic since graduating. She joined the team in 2019, assessing and treating a variety of clients and gaining knowledge within the musculoskeletal setting. Laura previously gained her BA(Hons) in dance theatre from Trinity Laban Dance Conservatoire in London and is a qualified gymnastics coach giving her a knowledge and background into treating patients from these disciplines. She has recently completed her Barre training and has started teaching classes at the clinic.In her spare time Laura has 2 young girls and likes to sing and dance.

Lynsey Ross: Lynsey graduated from the Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, in 2003 with a BSc(Hons) in Physiotherapy. Lynsey was initially posted to work for the NHS in Aberdeen where she worked to gain experience in a variety of areas but predominately found herself within the musculoskeletal setting. She continued her work within this field for a further two years in Houston, Texas. There Lynsey treated a variety of injuries and worked with some interesting patients including the last man to walk on the moon. Lynsey joined the team in 2010 and continues to treat those with musculoskeletal injuries, and since completing various APPI Pilates courses, teaches weekly Pilates classes.In her spare time Lynsey is a busy mum to her three young children.

Anna Armstrong: Anna graduated from The Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen in 2002 with  a BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy. Since then she has worked within the NHS  initially in Carlisle, then for 15 years in Grampian. She has worked in  departments widely throughout the Grampian area gathering a wide range of knowledge in a variety of Physiotherapy specialities. While working in Aberdeen, Anna spent 18 months making a monthly trip to London to study  at The Royal Veterinary College, London. Latterly relocating to London  for 6 months to complete her MSc Veterinary Physiotherapy in 2006. Back in Aberdeen, Anna built up an equine caseload throughout Grampian which led to further development of her interest in treating riders and how the horse and rider can affect each others performance. She became interested in the Pilates concept after attending her first course in 2009. Anna has gone on to become an APPI Certified Matwork Instructor and regularly attends pilates courses to maintain and update her skills. This style of movement and exercise complements her treatments for many of the clients she sees. She has also completed  further post-grad training in orthopaedic medicine, acupuncture and  rider specific rehab. Anna is a member of the Association of Chartered  Physiotherapists in Animal Therapy (ACPAT) and sat on the committee for this group for several years. Away from work Anna enjoys the outdoors with her husband and daughter, plus finding time to compete at Endurance and TREC with her own horse.