Kathleen ‘Joey’ Inch
Kathleen ‘Joey’ Inch has been a physiotherapist with Physis Physiotherapy for over 20 years. Joey is one of most experienced members of the team and has many grateful and loyal patients. Having spent many years between our previous clinic in Linlithgow and our Trinity clinic, she now solely practices from the Edinburgh clinic.
Specialist MSK Physiotherapist
Stirling Royal Infirmary 1990-1995
Senior Physiotherapist / Deputy manager BUPA Murrayfield 1995 – 2004
Sports Physiotherapy- Running Injuries
Joey remains very active away from work and is often found doing a wide variety of outdoor sporting activities.
I have worked in the National Health Service in the UK and Australia as well as having extensive private practice experience both within private clinics and BUPA hospitals.
For 11 years I was the Deputy Physiotherapy Manager at the BUPA Murrayfield Hospital in Edinburgh. My role there included acting as lead clinician for the outpatient physiotherapist team. I also worked in the Sports Medicine Clinic for 11 years in conjunction with Sports Medicine Doctors.
My experience with sports teams includes rugby league, treating both amateur and professional players. I specialise in musculoskeletal physiotherapy, post-operative orthopaedics, rehabilitation and the treatment of sports injuries.