Our team

Gavin RoutledgeClinic Director and Osteopath
Gavin RoutledgeGavin graduated in 1991 as a Gold Medallist and is now a Vice Patron of the British School of Osteopathy. Co-author of “The Back Book” with Gavin Hastings OBE in 1996, he is a much sought-after public speaker on the topics of pain, health and physical activity. He is so fascinated by pain that he completed an MSc in The Clinical Management of Pain at The University of Edinburgh. Gavin is passionate about helping to move people as far from illness and pain as possible and practises what he preaches, cycling, running, swimming, body-weight and free-weight training, practising yoga and meditation (with the very rare game of extremely average golf).

“When I started practising in 1991, my mission was to relieve pain. Our mission today is still the same – to provide a quick solution to those in need, and a longer term solution to those who want it. We have the team and resources to do exactly that. We continue to relieve pain and improve function with our experienced mix of Osteopaths and Remedial Massage Therapists. We are always delighted to be helping people to remain active for life.”

Lynne MollisonRemedial Massage Therapist
Lynne believes massage should be an integral part in everyone’s life. This desire has led her to promote massage within active X backs and at charity sporting events, as well as at corporate days and festivals. Lynne is qualified in Swedish, On-site, Advanced Remedial, and Sports massage. She also has a BSc(Hons) in Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology and nine years working experience in Public Health.

David ReidSpinal Therapist
David has long had a passion for healthcare.  Having attained his HNC in Soft Tissue Therapy, he is now aiming to complete an HND in Sports Therapy at Edinburgh College.  His goal is to get and keep you active for life. He also works with a local football team, providing pitchside first aid as well as managing player injury rehabilitation.  He stays active through running, football, golf and attending the gym.