Fusion Physiotherapy Ltd. provides a comprehensive and professional physiotherapy service tailored to suit each client. From recreational joggers to patients recovering from surgery, from people addressing physical challenges to international athletes, clients from all walks of life benefit from our services.
Our aim is to deliver effective treatment and rehabilitation to our clientele, addressing a range of issues from simple injuries such as sprains and strains to more complex problems such as life-changing neurological impairments. Sporting injuries are a particular area of expertise, from recreational joggers to athletes competing on national and world stages.
Andrew Jones: - Senior Clinician
Andrew has been working as a physiotherapist in private practice since 2009. Based principally at the clinic situated within the grounds of Elgin City Football Club, he also provides a satellite clinic located at Life and Sole Gym in Forres for all clients and one further clinic in Turriff which serves a corporate client. Andrew is the provider of physiotherapy to Elgin City (senior and junior), Lossiemouth football teams and the Scottish International Lacrosse team.
He has worked with a broad range of clients covering most age groups and is fully insured. He also holds a current PVG certificate.
Outside of his physiotherapy work, Andrew is himself a keen sportsman, enjoying mountain biking and snowboarding as well a competing in triathlons.
Lynley Beckett: Practice Manager
Lynley joined the team in April 2017 and subsequently became Practice Manager. She comes from an extensive administrative employment background, much of it within the health sector. She is your first port of call, dealing with appointments and answering any questions that you may have. Please feel free to call for a chat if you are considering physiotherapy treatment and are unsure of what is involved or whether it is right for you.Outside of her work for Fusion Physiotherapy Ltd, Lynley enjoys horse-riding with her daughter and walking her two black Labradors.
Fiona Coghill, BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy
Fiona graduated as a Chartered Physiotherapist in 2002 with a first class honours degree go Fiona! Initially, she worked within the NHS hospital and community settings gaining experience in intensive care, orthopaedics, surgical and stroke units and associated rehabilitation. Fiona has loved spending the last ten years working in the private physiotherapy world of musculoskeletal injury treatment and prevention. Outside of work Fiona’s main passion is mountain biking in the local woods and further afield.She also loves to ski, run, kayak, paddleboard, surf…. We are delighted and priviledged to have Fiona working with us.