JMC Physiocures

Airdrie | Coatbridge | Hamilton | Motherwell | Rutherglen

Telephone: 01236 425 661

Mobile: 07808 552 520

Call 01236 425 661 to arrange a free 10 minute phone consultation with one of our physios before booking an appointment

Staff

William Devlin

William Devlin is a senior physiotherapist at JMC Physiocures. Training at Glasgow Caledonian University he qualified in 2002. His first job was in the Western Infirmary Glasgow where he developed an interest in musculoskeletal injuries and sports injuries/rehabilitation. Over two years he gained valuable experience working in medical/surgical, cardio-thoracic, care of the elderly and stroke rehabilitation along with several musculoskeletal placements. Working then started working at Motherwell Health Centre where he was solely working with musculoskeletal conditions, whilst gaining good working links with local GP’s. At the same time William started working part time with Celtic Football Club helping to treat and rehabilitate from the U10’s to U17’s, however within 10 months he was offered a full time post working with Celtic FC.

William started working full time with Celtic Football Club in April 2005 and gained invaluable experience working with all teams from the U19’s, reserve squad and with the 1st team. During his time with Celtic FC, he built close working relationships with the best orthopaedic consultants, as well as close working links with chiropractors, podiatrist, sports scientists, strength and conditioning coach and dieticians.

Whilst working with Celtic FC, William opened his first private clinic based in Rutherglen in 2007, then he opened his second clinic in Coatbridge in 2009, the third clinic at Ravenscraig Motherwell opened in 2011 and finally Revie Physiocures in Hamilton November 2016. William is a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy, The Health Professions Council and is also registered with The Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists, which is another area he specializes in. In his spare time he enjoys football, running, cycling and spending time with his family.

Jamie McCahill

Jamie is one of the senior Physiotherapists with JMC Physiocures. He qualified from Glasgow Caledonian University in 2002 and since then has worked in a variety of fields with NHS Greater Glasgow, NHS Lanarkshire and in private practice. Jamie has also worked with DWP, local Government, with Pro-youth football at Celtic and at a number of other sports clubs building a wealth of experience. Jamie’s jobs have encompassed acute hospital work, community rehab, paediatric musculosketal services, occupational health and Sports.

Jamie has a special interest in Occupational Health and the health benefits of work. He carries out workplace visits providing information on manual handling, pain management at work and DSE/workstation assessments. He has been working in private practice since 2008 merging JMC Physiotherapy with Physiocures in 2014.

In his spare time Jamie enjoys running, football and spending time with his two young children Luke and Lucy.

Karen Mullen

HPC PH83949, CSP 092293

Karen qualified from the MSc Rehab sciences programme in 2007, previously completing a BSc hons in Sports therapy in 2005.

Since qualifying Karen has built up extensive experience working within NHS Glasgow and Lanarkshire in a variety of rotations including orthopaedics and neurology and for the past 6 years has worked in both the NHS and private sector excelling in the assessment and treatment of musculoskeletal conditions.

Karen currently works within NHS Lanarkshire as a senior physiotherapist managing a busy and demanding clinical caseload as well as departmental management duties and providing clinical expertise to both junior staff and students.

Karen combines her expert skills in MSK management with occupational health physiotherapy to achieve an excellent standard service and specialises in the treatment of both acute and chronic conditions such as low back pain, osteoarthritis, tendonitis, whiplash and sports injuries.

Karen is based at out Hamilton and Rutherglen clinics and in her spare time as well as being a mum to twin girls and enjoys attending classes at the gym including yoga.

Lisa Brown

Graduating with a BSc (Hons) in Anatomy from Glasgow University in 2009, Lisa continued her studies in Physiotherapy at Glasgow Caledonian University, graduating in 2012. Lisa’s career has focused on Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy and she has gained invaluable experience within the NHS, private sector and sports clubs including St Mirren FC.

Lisa’s clinical interests include sports rehabilitation, pre-habilitation and the management of orthopaedic conditions. Always keen to continue learning and studying, Lisa has recently completed the APPI Pilates Matwork 1 course and will complete Level 2 in the New Year, with a view to teaching classes and 1:1 sessions at JMC Physiocures.

Away from work, Lisa enjoys cycling and has recently completed the Pedal for Scotland Classic challenge. She is a keen indoor climber, enjoys a good movie and can often be found cheering on the Braehead Clan ice hockey team.

Brian McLaughlin

Admin Assistant

Brian joined the team at JMC Physiocures as an admin assistant in March 2017.

Since qualifying from his degree in Multimedia Journalism at Glasgow Caledonian University in 2016, Brian has worked as a digital journalist for the Herald and Times newspaper group in Glasgow. He has also spent time working in the Basque Country as an English language assistant for the British Council.

Away from work Brian has a keen interest in football and has previously written for websites such as Forza Italian Football and Gazzetta World.

David Musgrave

David qualified at Glasgow Caledonian from the MSc Programme after previously completing a Nursing degree in Ireland.

He currently works with NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde along with JMC Physiocures. He has completed a number of courses to develop his skills and has a keen interest in Rugby GAA and Golf.

Christine Russo

Christine graduated in 2009 with a BSc in Physiotherapy and has worked in a variety of jobs since then including NHS London, Glasgow and Lanarkshire as well as BMI Healthcare in Stirling and Glasgow. Currently she works as a senior physiotherapist at St John’s Hospital in Livingston specialising in musculoskeletal outpatients and at the Golden Jubilee in Clydebank working in post operative orthopaedics.

Christine has completed a variety of courses including Pilates and acupuncture. In 2014, she was able to work at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games and treated a variety of sporting athletes including medal winners. Christine also has two lovely girls who she loves looking after out of work.

Josie Murphy

Josie joined JMC Physiocures in September 2014 and has worked as our practice manager helping to keep a tight reign on all of our physios whilst managing to keep everything running smoothly.

She previously worked within HR for a local authority for 24 years working in various admin positions.

Outwith work, she enjoys cooking, reading and spending time with her 4 energetic grandchildren.

Aileen Anderson

Aileen qualified with a BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy in 2012 from Glasgow Caledonian University. Working full time within a Professional Sports Club, her career is focused in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation.

Through her continuous professional development, Aileen is always keen to up-skill herself within MSK assessment and rehabilitation methods.

Away from work, Aileen enjoys horse riding and keeping fit at the gym.

Kevin Beeby

Kevin graduated from Glasgow Caledonian University in 2014 and has since been registered with the Healthcare Professionals Council and the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy.

Since graduation, he has worked exclusively in musculoskeletal physiotherapy, with the NHS and privately in Australia, where he has gained experience treating various conditions, from the common to the obscure. He spent portions of his career working with professional football teams, through which he gained experience rehabilitating professional footballers from acute or chronic injury to full fitness.

Kevin regularly participates in courses to advance his practice, most recently qualifying to practice acupuncture.

He is interested in all areas of musculoskeletal physiotherapy and is a keen (some would say geeky) follower of the latest research and developments in physiotherapy practice. He has a special interest in diagnosis and treatment of the shoulder, buttock pain, and treatment of teninopathy.