Sports Injury & Physiotherapy Clinic

Education
Craig initially graduated from the University of Stirling with a BSc Sport and Exercise Science. Having worked in the fitness industry for 8 years Craig went on to compete an MSc (Pre-Registration) Physiotherapy at Glasgow Caledonian University.
Career
Craig currently works both privately and in the NHS as a Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist giving him a breadth and depth of experience to draw upon. Throughout his career Craig had accrued experience with both in-patient's and outpatient's including complex needs such as those with spinal injury, amputations and strokes. Craig has also extending his experience by working in sport with Stirling Albion youth squads. This diversity of experience allows Craig to effectively assess and treat a breadth of musculoskeletal issues with a variety of treatment techniques.
Professional Achievements
Craig's previously worked as a personal trainer for 8 years providing a comprehensive background in exercise provision for all ability levels and an in-depth understanding of the principles of effective program design to maximise performance.
Therapist Qualifications

  • MSc Pre-Reg Physiotherapy
  • BSc Sport and Exercise Science
  • Diploma in Personal Training
  • Les mills Bodypump instructor
  • OTAGO exercise instructor

Publications
McGlory, C. Galloway, S. D., Breen, L. McClintock, C. & Tipton, K. D. (2012) “Increases in nutrient-sensitive anabolic protein expression following a time-course of n-3 polyunsaturated fatty acid supplementation in human skeletal muscle”. Proc Physiol Soc27, C93.

Craig McClintock