Our highly qualified team offer a high level of experience and advice to the general public and professional athletes, with our client portfolio ranging from the world of International football, rugby and athletics to International blue-chip companies, many public organisations and 3rd sector providers.
Core Physio Ltd’s Head Office is based in Hamilton Academical Football stadium at New Douglas Park, Hamilton.
New Douglas Park is the previous stadium name, it is currently known as the Hope CBD Stadium for sponsorship purposes, is a football stadium in Hamilton which serves as the home of Scottish Premiership side Hamilton Academical. It takes its name from Douglas Park, the club’s former stadium. The stadium was opened at the start of 2001/02 season and is not far from the site of their former Douglas Park ground from which they left in 1994 (the club ground shared in the intervening years). Alas, nothing remains of the old ground to be seen, in fact, the site is now occupied by a Sainsbury’s supermarket.
The ground is largely comprised of two fair sized stands at one side and at one end of the ground. Both are covered and all seated. They are unusual, in terms of modern stands, in that they are both raised above pitch level, which means that spectators have to climb a set of stairs, to reach the seated area. These have been supplemented by a small covered temporary stand on the East side of the ground. This area has a capacity of 700 seats. There are also four striking floodlight pylons in each corner of the ground.
Leave the M74 at Junction 5, and follow the signs for Hamilton. You will pass the racecourse on your left and a large fire station on your right. At the first set of traffic lights, turn right onto Caird Street. Continue along Caird Street, you turn right, just before the traffic lights (and bingo hall) into New Park Street. Left after Morrisons will take you down to a small mini roundabout and the stadium in into the left. Core Physio is based within the main stand.
Core Physio is delighted to work in partnership with Bothwell Medical Rooms to provide physiotherapy and rehabilitation to the local community.
Bothwell is a conservation village in the South Lanarkshire council area of Scotland. It lies on the north bank of the River Clyde, adjacent to Uddingston and Hamilton, 9 miles (14 km) east-south-east of Glasgow city centre.
For its size, Bothwell has many fascinating areas and historical buildings to view, take a walk through its history with the help of `Bothwell Walks`, by Ann Waterstone, this little book is available at the library and will give you an insight into the some of the many historical buildings that Bothwell has to offer, or download and print the Bothwell Village leaflet, available below. After a day of walking you can enjoy fine food and drinks served up in its many restaurants and bars, why not take a trip into the Douglas Arms situated next door to Bothwell parish Church, where its sheer size and Gothic features will simply take your breath away, Wherever you decide to walk, eat, drink or sleep, you will always find a welcoming atmosphere.
There are plenty of attractions in and around Bothwell, below are just a few links to what is on offer.
For further information visit www.visitlanarkshire.com
Core Physio’s latest addition to our portfolio of clinics is right in the heart of Glasgow’s city centre. Based at West George Street, within Merchants House, our clinic is well situated to cater for the fast-paced Glasgow lifestyle.
Our clinic has recently been refurbished to include an update to our clinical pilates services and also the implementation of our injury rehabilitation area.
The Merchants House Building and its history
The Merchants House, the third building of that name, is situated at the corner of George Square and West George Street.
The original Merchants Hall was built about 1600 as a meeting place for the merchants and also as a “Hospital” in the older sense of the word; that is as an Almshouse for Merchants and their families who had fallen on hard times. After the Almshouse had attracted several endowments the Hall was rebuilt in the 1650’s to a design by Sir William Bruce of Kinross, architect to Charles Π. It had ground floor lodgings for four old couples, but most of the charity of the House was expended on pensions.
As a result of disagreements over a new site, it was not until 1843 that the new hall was opened in Hutcheson Street, between the Glasgow City Chambers and the Glasgow Sheriff Court House for Lanarkshire. It was here that Chopin gave his only piano recital in Glasgow. In 1870 the building was reluctantly sold to the Town Council to allow for an expanding civic administration. For a time meetings were held in the Chamber of Commerce Hall in Virginia Street.
Since 1813 the Merchants House had been participating in the scheme to develop George Square. In 1877 the new Merchants House building was complete. The design by John Burnet included offices for the Glasgow Chamber of Commerce. Substantial alterations were made in 1908 by Burnet’s son, also John, when two storeys were added and the building became that seen today.
The building itself is fantastic. During our initial refurbishment, we were privileged to tour the whole building. Unbelievable facilities for a venue to host gatherings and events. If you are interested please contact the team and they will cater to your every need.
Core Physio is based within The Fitness Group at City Park Glasgow. With 3 treatment rooms and fantastic rehabilitation areas, it is a superb clinic to provide our physiotherapy and rehabilitation services from.
Glasgow, Scotland’s largest city, has a catchment population of 2.3 million and a workforce of more than 1 million. CityPark Glasgow occupies a prominent location, overlooking the M8 Motorway, at the gateway to the City Centre.
The location offers superb transport connections all close by and when you consider that Glasgow City Centre is only one mile away, it all adds up to offer the ultimate in staff convenience.
Alexandra Parade is one of Glasgow’s main bus routes with services every few minutes. Further information: www.spt.co.uk
Less than half a mile from Junction 15 of the M8 Motorway and accessed directly from Alexandra Parade.
Two stations in close proximity: Alexandra Parade and Duke Street. Further information: www.scotrail.co.uk
Glasgow International Airport lies 11 miles to the west along the M8 whilst Edinburgh International Airport is only 39 miles to the east.
M8 Motorway J15
Queen Street Station
Glasgow International Airport
Alexandra Parade Station
Duke Street Station
CityPark boasts a wide range of on-site amenities and coupled with the neighbourhood facilities available nearby on Alexandra Parade provides the ultimate working environment.
Café with outdoor terrace
Boardroom and conference room
Common seating and meeting areas
Full-time reception staff
On-site building managers
CCTV and 24-hour on-site security
Extensive car parking
Action for Children
Glasgow City Council
Grontmij Services Ltd.
As one of our satellite clinics, we have the great pleasure of working alongside the great team or rehab facilities within Carluke Leisure Centre. Once full fitness is regained they have fantastic opportunities to continue with a fitness programme under the supervision of their fitness team.
The gym at Carluke boasts a new full range of Star Trac Cardio equipment which includes treadmills, bikes, X-trainers and rowers. All cardio equipment has integrated iPod technology and 15-inch HD screens. There are E-spinner bikes with 15-inch screens and built-in personal spinning coach within the programmes.
The weights area has numerous resistance machines with three pieces of Star Trac human sport which are dual function cable machines. There is a functional training area which allows more space to carry out exercises with kettlebells, TRX bands and power bags as well as a good selection of free weights ranging from 2kg – 40kg.
Their range of HUR resistance equipment is designed to accommodate the fact that everyone’s body is different. HUR’s more consistent load or resistance profile reduces stress on joints and connective tissues. Start from close to zero load and increase by as little as 100g or 1kg, ideal for those starting exercise or in rehabilitation.
With highly qualified and motivated staff are on hand to help you meet your goals. They offer a full range of services included in your Perfect Fit.
The gym is available for customers aged 12 years and over. All under 16s must complete their Perfect Fit (five appointments) at any South Lanarkshire Leisure and Culture gym. Twelve and 13-year-olds must be accompanied by an adult during times that the gym is unstaffed.
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