Margaret is your fully qualified and Chartered Physiotherapist at FifePhysio, and her qualifications are recognised by all the major medical insurance companies.
Margaret is qualified and gained membership of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy from Queen Margaret College Edinburgh in 1980 and thereafter gained extensive experience within the NHS in Fife, specialising in musculoskeletal dysfunction.
She gained Membership of the Manipulation Association of Chartered Physiotherapy (MACP ) in 1985, and became a clinical supervisor/tutor for the Manipulation Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in the early 1990’s.
Currently Margaret works within the private sector and also in occupational health. Special interests are manual therapy, pain sciences and sports injuries.
Fife Physio have provided a professional physiotherapy service to the Fife community since 1989. The professional standards provided have been maintained by annual attendance of courses and lectures which are hosted by world wide researchers. These events report and demonstrate the latest advances in research in physiotherapy techniques both in practical and theoretical studies.
As a professional physiotherapy service it is a mandate from the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy that attendance to the above studies is maintained in order to provide the current physiotherapy techniques to patients, and to preserve chartered status.
Physiotherapy is the science of rehabilitation and restoration of function through physical application. Physiotherapy as a profession has been around for over 100 years and continues to evolve and develop through scientific research.
Physiotherapists must be members of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) and a Member of the Health Professions Council. Membership is gained by completion of a 3 or 4 year full time course including over 1000 hours of clinical experience.