Lisa, the owner of Physiologix, is a Chartered Physiotherapist who trained at Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen. Lisa has previously worked in the NHS, private practice and in an elite sporting environment with a professional rugby team. She was also a physiotherapy volunteer at the 2014 Glasgow Commonwealth Games, London 2012 Olympics and the IAAF World Athletics Championships, London 2017. She continues to work with various sports including rugby and football. Lisa has a post-graduate certificate in musculoskeletal physiotherapy and specialises in the management of all forms of musculoskeletal disorders. She is currently undergoing her Pilates Matwork Instructor training with APPI. Lisa can also assess and treat a wide spectrum of sports injuries- from acute or chronic to post-operative orthopaedic management including the rehabilitation of both upper and lower limb injuries. Lisa has worked with a variety of clients from elite sports people to the non-athletic population- any age or ability- with the aim of returning the athlete- elite or recreational- to their sport of choice. Lisa also has a current pitchside, medical and cardiac skills qualification recognised by the Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh – equivalent to Level 3 course in World Rugby immediate care framework which allows her to provide pitchside cover for many sports.