Brodie Gillon BSc (Hons)
Brodie began working with Sports Therapy Scotland in August 2017 and works between both clinics in Glasgow and Stirling. Since graduating from Teesside University in 2015 with a BSc (Hons) in Sports Therapy, she has a range of experience within rugby league Darlington Mowden Park R.F.C, Ayr United Football Academy and Ayr Seaforth Athletics Club. At all of these locations, Brodie was responsible for injury assessments, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation. She also worked alongside STS treating the cast and crew on the film ‘Outlaw King’ (Netflix 2017).
After graduating, Brodie joined the Army Reserves as Combat Medical Technician and has gained several additional qualifications as well as a wide range of life skills. She has worked her way up and is now a medical instructor across her whole regiment, teaching her peers and fellow soldiers in the medical field. Brodie is keen to encourage clients to help themselves through active rehabilitation programmes and she will be conducting these in the clinic studio during treatment sessions. Brodie is hungry for success for her clients and herself!
Some of the qualifications Brodie currently has are as follows;
- BSc (Hons) Sports Therapy
- HND Sports Therapy
- Maitlands peripheral and spinal joint mobilisations
- Practical exercise rehabilitation
- Swedish and sports massage
- Trigger point therapy and soft tissue release
- Move Kinetic Tape Kinesiology Taping
- Functional Integrated Dry Needling – Modules 1 and 2
- Combat Medical Technician 3, 2 and 1
- Team Medic and Battlefield Casualty Drills Instructor