Physiotherapy in Hamilton at Core Physio
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, because 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 and a small temporary stand.
All are covered and all seated. They are unusual, in terms of modern stands, in that they are both raised above pitch level.
This means that spectators have to climb a set of stairs, to reach the seated area.
Leave the M74 at Junction 5, and follow the signs for Hamilton.
You will pass Hamilton 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, first floor. Enter the main stand and access 1st floor by stairs or single lift. Once in the stadium, signs are well displayed for Core Physio. Designated parking is directly outside the stadium for convenience.
Suitable and easy travelling distance from Bothwell, Motherwell, Uddingston, East Kilbride, Wishaw and Glasgow.