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Hampden Sports Clinic - Sports Physiotherapy at Senior Golf open (Italy 2019)
Hampden Sports Clinic's Senior Physiotherapist and golf fanatic Lindsay Smart was providing physiotherapy cover for the Italian senior Golf open in San Daniele just North of Venice last year. We caught up with Lindsay about his sporting experience and what might have been once of his best work trips on record, down to his love of the sport...
Sports Physiotherapy at the European Youth Olympic Winter Festival 2019
Hampden Sports Clinic's Senior Physio Therapist Lindsay Smart was assigned to provide official Physiotherapy support for the European Youth Olympic Winter Festival (Bosnia-Herzegovina 2019) The EYOF was the first-ever top European multi-sport event aimed at young athletes aged 14 to 18. A year on we caught up with Lindsay about this medical and sporting experience and what he took from this trip to what was a war zone only 20+ years ago...
How & When to begin exercising after having a baby...
In line with the recent celebrations around International Women's Day, our Physiotherapist, keen runner and mummy extraordinaire Louise has pulled together this feature with some advice on how and when to begin exercise after giving birth...
International Women's Day - Reinvention: Triumph over Injury
International Women's Day (March 8) is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women, and we've decided to celebrate, and catch up with one of our own - Angela McShane, the Founder and Director of The Reinvention: Triumph over Injury.
Running Repairs: 2 day course, Glasgow: 25-26 JULY 2020
We're delighted to announce that in July this year, the popular Running Physio is running a day course aiming to provide clinicians with the skills and knowledge required to assess and treat all common running injuries...
Hampden Sports Clinic - "Quality" - Customer Experience (by Bob Wylie)
I used to hobble up the stairs at the front of Hampden to get to the clinic and dance down them after using the hydro pool.
Exercise and Parkinson’s Disease
We all know exercise is good for us, but why is it particularly important when you have Parkinson’s Disease?

So what is the best way to recover? Importantly, do what is right for you, what is good for the 10K running goose may not be good for the Tough Mudder running gander.


With Clubs returning from their summer holidays, talk has turned to player transfers and who is signing for who.


As runners, we each use various methods of training and workouts in our own way.

Top physio tips for snow season

With the snow sports season upon us, many are counting the clock down to the next run.


Most fitness fans will have heard of the Five Ferries Challenge – cycling 52 miles in four stages around the west of Scotland and catching ferries along the way.