60 Duddingston Road, Edinburgh EH15 1SG
Peter has worked throughout Australia and the UK in private practice, Universities and the NHS. In 1995, he established Davies Physiotherapy and has been located in the West End of Edinburgh for the past 15 years.
Peter completed his Physiotherapy degree at The University of Sydney in 1985.
Acupuncture for Physiotherapists in 1988
Advanced Physiotherapy training in 1994 for a Postgraduate Diploma in Manipulative Physiotherapy.
His Masters of Science was completed in 2000 at Queen Margaret University College.
Peter has taught manual therapy for several years to undergraduate Physiotherapy students at Queen Margaret University College and General Practitioners at the Lister Postgraduate Institute.
Peter has also developed and held courses in
Cervical spine and shoulder differentiation
Lumbar spine, Sacroiliac and Hip differentiation
The Sporting Knee
He worked over 12 years with the Musculoskeletal Association of Chartered Physiotherapists to deliver a Manual Therapy Masters Programme for Glasgow Caledonian University
Duddingston Physiotherapy opened on Monday the 15th of July 2019
Duddingston Physiotherapy is owned and operated by Peter Davies, who until recently, traded under the name Davies Physiotherapy.
Davies Physiotherapy, established in 1995 was located in Edinburgh at GP Plus and Your GP.
Our aim is to provide effective, high quality treatment in a pleasant and convenient location.
If you have comments or questions about our service or simply need more information please contact us.
The Back-in-Rehab programme is a new and exciting innovation used for the treatment of Chronic Low Back Pain.
It draws on 30 years of experience and has taken over 3 years to develop into the current programme.
We aim to provide you with the very best in Physiotherapy assessment and treatment.
Specialist treatment for these conditions:
Shoulder problems (Impingement/Instability)
Tennis Elbow, Golfers elbow
Wrist and hand pain
Hip, Knee, Ankle and foot pain
Below is a short list of the treatments on offer:
Muscle Balance and core spinal stabilisation
Electrotherapy: Ultrasound, TENS, x-pain, Alpha-stim, Electroacupuncture
THOR Laser Therapy
Muscle Energy Trechniques
Biofeedback: Electrical and Pressure
Muscle Strengthening Programmes
Individual Exercise Programmes using Physiotools
We work closely with General Practitioners, Medical and Surgical Consultants, Podiatrists and Acupuncturists.
We look forward to serving you.
For more information please contact us by telephone on 0131 657 9462. Please leave a message on the answer machine, as we may be busy.
Appointment availability can be found here.
You can also contact me via e-mail: email@example.com
60 Duddingston Road, Edinburgh EH15 1SG
Welcome to the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ page). Below, we have tried to answer the most common questions visitors to this our Web site may have. If you find that your question is not answered on this page, please contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org
What is a Physiotherapist?
Physiotherapists are health care professionals who are recognised experts in physical rehabilitation. They take time to properly assess and treat a wide variety of conditions affecting mobility. A programme is then developed to reduce pain, improve movement and prevent recurrence.
What education do Physiotherapists have?
Most Physiotherapists have 3 to 4 years of University training prior to registration.
Do I need a Doctors referral?
It is not necessary to have a Doctors referral in order to be assessed and treated at the clinic.
If at any time during assessment or treatment the Physiotherapist feels you require a medical opinion, you may be recommended to see a Doctor.
Some insurance companies require a Doctors referral to be eligible for reimbursement.
What does treatment involve?
The first visit involves an assessment, which includes a history of the current problem, a medical history and activities influencing your condition. Treatment options will be discussed and designed to suit your specific needs. The number of treatments needed will vary from person to person and depends on the nature and duration of the condition, and compliance with the prescribed exercises or advice.
How long does it take?
Each session usually lasts for 30-40 minutes. This is adjusted to your individual need and level of complexity. Taking longer with one person may result in an unavoidable delay with your appointment. Please allow extra time if you are using the parking meters, occasionally sessions can run 20 minutes late.
Is Physiotherapy covered by my insurance company?
Most health insurance companies cover treatment by a Chartered and Registered Physiotherapist. Please check your own insurance company for details.
We are able to bill some insurance companies directly.
What should I wear?
For lower extremities and back pain, please bring loose fitting shorts and a t-shirt.
For upper extremities and neck pain, a bikini top, bra or loose fitting t-shirt is preferable.
Gowns and modesty towels are always available
Existing patients can book an appointment here.
Your Mobile number or e-mail is needed to verify appointment bookings.
Verification is not needed to view appointment availability.
Contact me if amendments are needed to your online booking as changes are not possible with the online booking system.