Rachel Catherwood

Rachel qualified from Glasgow Caledonian University with a First Class honours Degree in Physiotherapy.

She was also awarded the Greater Glasgow Health Board Prize for Clinical Practice, achieving the highest mark for Clinical Practice in her cohort.

She is qualified in Pilates Level One: Matwork, Acupuncture and the Scottish Rugby Union medical cardiac & pitchside skills course (SCRUMCAPS).

Rachel has also worked alongside a number of football and rugby teams. She now works as Lead Physiotherapist for the Braehead Clan Ice Hockey Team and continues to work with Scotland Football & rugby youth squads.

Zoe Irvine

Zoe spent her first year post qualification working for varying specialities within the NHS, and Zoe also gained valuable private practice experience working as a sports massage therapist whilst studying for her degree.

Zoe is avid sportswoman with special interest in hockey, who is currently the physiotherapist for the Scotland u16 Girls Hockey Team.

Zoe has a keen interest in the role of physiotherapy in sports injury and rehabilitation.

Zoe gained her sports massage diploma in 2014 and completed the Sports First Aid Pitch Course in 2015. Zoe is working towards accreditation from the Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists (AACP).

Joanne Berry

Joanne graduated from Glasgow Caledonian University with a First Class Honours Degree in Physiotherapy. She also received the award for Top Student in her honours year for clinical and academic achievement.

She has a keen interest in running, road cycling and splitboarding and is also a qualified Snowboard instructor.

She is qualified in Pilates Level One: Matwork and Acupuncture and has completed her sports massage diploma, and more recently qualified as a Jog Scotland Leader. She is currently working towards a Diploma in Musculoskeletal Medicine.

Her previous experience includes physiotherapist for Celtic ladies football: youth to first team, working with Olympic athletes based in Glasgow prior to Olympics and before joining the team was working in the NHS for 3 years in a range of specialties.