We are located at 170 Hyndland Road in the West end of Glasgow and have flexible opening hours. All our Physiotherapists are HPC registered, we are registered health providers to the following, BUPA, AXA PPP, WPA, CIGNA & AVIVA. Our clinic also has a gym area for rehabilitation and strength conditioning. We also provide a domiciliary service in Glasgow and Ayrshire.

Meet The Team

Our Team of Physiotherapists have many years of experience.

Gordon Allison

Senior Physiotherapist

The Hyndland Clinic was established by Gordon in 1999 to provide the local community with a high-quality resource. Gordon is dedicated to help as many people with back, neck, shoulder and other musculoskeletal problems as possible. His special interest is in sports-related problems, as he has worked in professional football. Gordon has a lot of experience with runners and has completed several marathons himself. Rugby is another sport which Gordon has an interest in and has experience in working with a local Glasgow team. His aim is not only to treat people but to help people self-manage their problems. Wherever possible he helps people to prevent recurrence of their problems through conditioning exercise and advice on ergonomics where appropriate. We have good links with local GP's who have provided us with many referrals. This works both ways as we often refer some cases to the GP to facilitate further investigations or onward referral if this is appropriate. Gordon aims to make sure people have a positive experience at our clinic.

Kenny Thoms

Neurological Physiotherapist

Kenny is part of the physiotherapists at NeuroPhysio Scotland which specialise in the treatment of neurological disorders that affect the brain or spinal cord such as Stroke, Spinal Cord Injury, Cerebral Palsy, Multiple Sclerosis and Parkinson's Disease. We provide treatment at home or in clinic and provide a plan that is specific to the needs of the individual. We also offer Rehabilitation Technology expertise and can provide the latest rehabilitation aids such as Saebo dynamic arm orthotics or Functional Electrical Stimulation devices. Use of these technologies can often enhance recovery or provide lasting solutions to physical problems. Our treatments can help people who have a neurological condition achieve their personal goals of maximum fitness, function and quality of life: Mobility in walking, climbing stairs and physical transfers. Hand and arm movement such as grip strength, dexterity, eating and drinking. Balance and co-ordination to prevent falls. Stiffness, tightness in muscles and Pain control.


What to expect from an Initial Appointment?

On your initial appointment we will do a full assessment. From this assessment we will set treatment goals. Treatment may include manual therapy such as massage or joint mobilisation as well as advice on exercise.

What to expect from a Follow-Up Treatment?

On a follow up appointment we would re-assess and make any necessary changes to the treatment protocol.

Get In Touch

During your first appointment, you will get the opportunity to share your story and we will set meaningful treatment goals together.

We will undertake a general assessment, to establish where you sit at the moment and to further tailor our treatment plan.


Get In Touch

Get in touch now to book your appointment. We look forward to hearing from you. If you cannot come to see us we also do home visits.