MMP Physiotherapy - Edinburgh
MMP Physiotherapy - Edinburgh

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MMP Physiotherapy

177 Colinton Road  

EH14 1BZ

The Practice

You'll be in good hands at MMP Physiotherapy. Our team is highly trained and provides the latest services and professional advice. Our top priority is to keep you well.

What we treat.


  • Arthritic Joint Problems
  • Back Pain
  • Knee Injuries Conditions
  • Mobility Issues
  • Muscular Injuries/pain
  • Neck Pain
  • Neuropathic Symptoms
  • Shoulder Pain
  • Spinal Conditions
  • Sporting Injuries
  • Post Natal Conditions
  • Upper Limb Injuries


Sports Massage - Available on request

Initial Assessment - £45

Follow up treatment - £40


Mairi MacPhail


Grad Dip Phys ( Aberdeen)

MsC Health Sciences ( Norwich)

Member of Musculoskeletal Society of Physiotherapists

Member of Association of Physiotherapists in Sports Medicine



Mairi started work in the NHS and developed her skills in Sports medicine from club level with Aberdeen Grammar FPs through the district level – Caledonia Reds & onto International level with the Scotland under 18s.

The involvement in rugby had to stop due to a move into professional Scottish premiership football with Livingston Football Club. During her time with the club Mairi experienced the highs – winning the CIS cup at Hampden in 2005 & the lows – going into administration the same year & being relegated the next.

Following a brief spell with Glasgow Warriors Rugby Mairi returned to Edinburgh & moved into private practice full time.

It was not long however before returning to professional sport this time with Scottish Cricket as the provider of physiotherapy. This is an ongoing & exciting time in Cricket Scotland and also as physiotherapists being involved with the ICC associates in developing a screening & injury prevention program me for the athletes.

Mairi also has recently been involved in the successful Great Britain Ice Hockey team who has recently returned from Japan and has reached a stage in the Olympic qualifiers which has not been achieved since 1936.

Although living in Edinburgh Mairi continues to have close links with the Western Isles where she grew up & is the Medical advisor for the Western Isles Island Games team who compete biannually in the World Island Games.