At Glasgow Sports Injury Centre we successfully treat all types of patients.
Professional athletes and amateur sportsmen & women looking to maximize their performance, and people who don’t participate in sports, but still need a non-surgical approach to alleviating aches and pains.
We treat a wide range of overuse injuries, combining the latest in sports therapy, massage, biomechanics and physical rehab. Our non-invasive treatments are effective in restoring pain-free function, and allowing clients to resume their sports and daily activities. We work together with patients to improve performance, without unnecessary or prolonged care.
David Gilmour is the co-founder of Glasgow Sports Injury Centre, and has been involved in the health and fitness sector for over 20 years. He’s an advanced sports therapist with a wealth of skill, knowledge and experience in the treatment, rehabilitation and prevention of overuse & traumatic injuries.
David is a former International athlete who has competed for Scotland in the 400m, but is now happier jogging along at a slower pace or heading out on his bike to keep fit. David also has a passion for teaching. He is actively involved in the delivery of personal trainer certification, as well as running a first aid training company.
David has been a physical education and rehabilitation expert for over 20 years and worked at the New Balance Sports Injury Clinic in Greaves Sports for 7 years.
He was a volunteer member of the medical team working at Glasgow’s 2014 Commonwealth Games.
Diploma in Sports Therapy
Diploma in Sports Massage SMTO
Member of the Society of Sports Therapists
Diploma in Physical Therapy
BSc. (Hons) in Sports Therapy
Specialist in treatment of Musculoskeletal Injuries.
A keen athlete himself, Ramsay has competed at UK, European and International level since 2003, winning two European Silver relay medals, 3 European Gold relay medals and a World Masters Silver relay medal in 2014.
Over the years Ramsay has taken part in every track event from the 60m to the marathon and has first-hand experience of the issues and problems caused by sports injuries.
After graduating from the Glasgow School of Podiatry in 1975, Ramsay became interested in Biomechanics and attended several post graduate courses. He gained a Diploma in Biomechanics in 2000 from from Strathclyde University and a degree in Clinical Podiatric Biomechanics in 2003 from Staffordshire University.
He has extensive training and experience in the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of musculo-skeletal conditions related to foot function including foot pressure analysis, diagnostic imaging and interpretive radiology.
MSc Clinical Podiatric Biomechanics.
Diploma in Biomechanics.
Certificate in Podiatry
Local Analgesia and Steroid injection therapy
HPC Registered Podiatrist
Certificate in Posturography
Certificate in Blood Test Analysis for Podiatrists