For the past 37 years, the Wallace Practice has built an enviable reputation for highly skilled physiotherapy coupled with Pilates and selected complementary therapies. Now the practice has moved to new premises at Seafield Road which offers even more advanced facilities for both musculo-skeletal rehabilitation and well-being.

Jeff Wallace explained, ‘Over the years our service has developed considerably, and we now have nine chartered physiotherapists, all with considerable experience in their particular specialities. To complement our physiotherapy, we work with a traditional acupuncturist, a podiatrist and a sports masseur.

‘We’ve always been focused on offering the highest quality patient care given promptly, efficiently and in confidence, with sympathetic attention to individual needs.

‘Our new home at Seafield Road offers four private consultation rooms, a dedicated Pilates studio and a rehabilitation gym. Currently we offer over 30 Pilates classes per week which provide a comprehensive progressive system of physio-taught Pilates from beginners through intermediate and advanced classes. We also have specialised Pilates classes for runners and cyclists. We expect to add yoga and tai chi classes this autumn and plan to develop neurological rehab and osteo-arthritic knee classes later in the year. ‘We have also secured the services of fully trained counsellors to add to our well-being service and plan to open a women’s health physio clinic in September.

‘We’re located beside the Great Western Medical Practice and Seafield Dental Practice, with plenty of parking available.

‘All Wallace Practice physiotherapists are members of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and are Health and Care Profession Council Registered. Our physio team has specialist training in shoulder, knee and low back rehabilitation and we have a particular interest in the treatment of all musculo-skeletal injuries, from acute sports injuries to chronic low back and neck pain’.

12 Seafield Road, AB15 7YT
Tel: 01224 316488

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