Glencairn House a Multidisciplinary Clinic
Glencairn House was established in 1984 as a Physiotherapy and Chiropody practice. An Osteopathic practice followed in 1994, and has since grown with many more disciplines being added. The clinic was expanded and reopened by Sir Anthony Jay in 2009. We are dedicated to helping people to recover from injury to regain a better quality of life through rehabilitation therapy.
All of our practitioners are fully qualifed and registered.
Care and advice for you
Even the smallest of injuries can become a big problem, and lead to more pain through your body compensating posture and movement.
We get to the very cause of the problem through diagnostic techniques and speaking to you about your daily routine. We treat you as a whole, not just treating a symptom. Our friendly and approachable attitude will put you at ease.
Long term benefits
With advice and treatment you will find you’re able to carry on recovering and improving away from the clinic. We aim to give you all you need to benefit from the treatments long term, not just a quick fix for pain relief.
Take your time to look through the range of treatments and therapies we offer, and if you want to know more then please call us today.
Sulis Hospital Bath Satellite Clinic at Glencairn House
Do you need an expert opinion? Would you like to learn more about your treatment options?
Book an appointment with a consultant surgeon from Sulis and get back to the things you love.
Appointments are available with:
Mr Andrew Chambler, shoulder & elbow specialist and Mr Sam Heaton, Orthopaedic Consultant.
Get in touch today by calling: 01761 422222 or visit www.sulishospital.com/enquiries