Private clinic launches in Glasgow to serve amputees – The Scotsman

The clinic says it offers swift access to the latest technology in prosthetics. Picture: Rupert Frere.

Pace Rehabilitation, which says it is the UK’s largest independent private provider of amputee rehabilitation services, has launched its first clinic in Scotland. The practice is led by veteran prosthetist David Morrison.

He is joined by Helen Scott, billed as one of Scotland’s senior physiotherapists with clinical responsibility for amputee rehabilitation, and Louise Whitehead, who has spent 25 years in the vascular and amputee rehabilitation service in Dundee and teaches physiotherapy students from Aberdeen and Edinburgh universities.

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