Murray Collier Sports Therapy
19 Beaverbank Place
My aim is to provide the best care & service to my patients. I do this by assessing and treating my patients with the most current and effective treatment techniques in a friendly and positive atmosphere at my clinic in Edinburgh.
I have worked with a variety of people from elite athletes to desk-based office workers. I also specialise a wide variety of issues ranging from postural issues to acute injuries such as muscle strains.
At the clinic I help people achieve goals by treating, educating and instructing. By being a professional I have the responsibility to treat people in the clinic to my full potential and I work hard and learn continuously to do so. I also have the ability to put myself in my patients shoes and empathise then generate solutions and help them achieve.
Training, qualifications & experience
|Murray has a passion for sport. And when with a patient, enjoys learning about their movement patterns and relating their session to their activities. Murray strongly believes however that his therapy is not just useful for athletes but for people from all walks of life.
At the age of just 20 years old, Murray holds a qualification as a Soft Tissue Therapist. He has also gained a wealth of experience in Edinburgh upon qualifying and has worked with patients ranging from elite-level athletes to office-based workers struggling with posture.
With his success in Edinburgh, in September 2014 Murray launched his own business aimed at providing high-quality and unique treatment at an affordable price. Upon becoming a Sports Therapist in June 2015, Murray plans to include other treatment methods such as taping, electrotherapy, dry-needling as well as advanced injury assessment skills and full rehabilitation plans to provide patient's with a more rounded treatment. The company will then become 'Murray Collier | Sports Therapy'.
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