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SPORTS THERAPY AND PHYSIOTHERAPY CLINIC IN ABERDEEN

At Aberdeen Sports Therapy Ltd, our team of specialists offers a range of physical therapy treatments for sport and non-sport injuries.
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Sports injury specialists

Are you looking for professionals to treat musculoskeletal pain? At Aberdeen Sports Therapy Ltd, we try to understand the cause of the injury and our team will carry out a detailed bio-mechanical assessment of the joint or the injury. Our therapists are always seeking to improve themselves and have extensive annual continuous professional development focused on helping our clients with up to date practices.

All staff members are extensively trained with qualifications in sports medicine and biomedical science and many years of experience.  We genuinely want to understand our patients' needs so we can help them progress.

leg injury treatment

Sports injuries

Have you recently suffered a sports injury? At Aberdeen Sports Therapy Ltd, we offer focus, best practice treatments to help you recover and get back on your feet.
Muscle sprain treatments
hand injury treatment

Non sporting injuries

If you suffer from constant body aches and muscle sprains, visit our clinic in Aberdeen. Our team of specialists offer personalised treatments e.g back pain and neck pain.
Neck pain treatments
back pain treatment

Why choose us?

  • Excellent Reputation
  • Highly trained staff
  • Professional advice
  • Competitive prices
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Meet the team

Ron Coutts
Ron Coutts
Ron Coutts BSc (Hons) is a working therapist with over 20 years' experience, and a self-confessed lifelong learner. He holds an Honours degree in Biomedical Sciences, specialising in the neuroscience of muscle stretch receptors (spindles) and functional anatomy. He is a trained Structural Integrator and a Sports, Manipulative and Massage Therapist. Ron is also an Advanced Medical Acupuncturist and has taught internationally as an associate teacher of "Anatomy Trains". He was also guest speaker at the British Fascia Symposium 2014.
Current research topics are collagen formation and ligament/ tendinous attachment sites.
Keith Raymond
BSc [Hons] Phys, BSc Anat, CSMT, MCSP, MACPSEM.
Keith graduated from Robert Gordon University with a BSc [Hons] in Physiotherapy. Keith discovered his passion for Physiotherapy following a tough 9-months of rehabilitation from a serious knee injury he obtained whilst working as a Snowboarding Coach in Canada.

Keith currently works as the lead Physiotherapist for Aberdeen Rugby (formerly Aberdeen Grammar) and also provides Physiotherapy services for the Aberdeen American Football Team ‘Roughnecks’.
Key Skills & Qualifications
* BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy - RGU
* Bsc Anatomy and Physiology - Glasgow University
* Scottish Rugby Union Medical & Cardiac Pitch side Skills * Combined approach to the Sacroiliac Joint 
* Sports Massage Therapist
* World Rugby Strength & Conditioning Coach 
* Sports & Kinesiology Taping
Carol McGregor
Carol McGregor
Carol is a qualified Sports Therapist, Massage Therapist and Advanced Medical Acupuncturist, who also works with many sportsmen, sportswomen, professional gymnasts and performers and children, in order to enhance their performance, strengthen their musculature and recover from injury.
Carol's previous nursing career allows her to apply a high level of knowledge in treatments.
Carol will complete her BSc (hons) degree in Applied Sports Therapy at Teesside University in 2017.

"I can't believe the difference after just 2 sessions. People are constantly commenting on how much more positive I look and I feel totally energised. I haven't felt as good as this for over 2 years (that's when I was hit by the car)!" - M.P.
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At Aberdeen Sports Therapy Ltd,
we treat sport injuries with the best practice sessions. 

01224 710 000
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