Robert Packham & Associates

Kinross Physiotherapy & Sports Injury clinic

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Robert Packham

Chartered Physiotherapist

Robert Packham has been operating as a highly experienced Chartered Physiotherapist in Kinross since 1996. Robert has a long career history in the NHS where he worked as an advanced practitioner in orthopedic clinics undertaking complex diagnostic and treatment. He has also worked as a senior manager in health and care. Robert is a post-graduate teacher in the diagnosis and treatment of joint and soft tissue disorders, back and neck pain. He has lectured internationally, teaching doctors and physiotherapists the skills of orthopedic medicine. To arrange an appointment, contact the physiotherapy clinic today.

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Our Treatments Include
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    Spinal manipulation

  • acupuncture


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    Pain management

  • electromyography


Katie Pearson

"I can't thank Robert Packham enough for the assistance he gave me with a sports injury. He has really sound knowledge and expert advice combined with genuine care for his clients. I can't recommend him highly enough."

Calum H

"Couldn’t have asked for a higher level of service. Rob saw me the same day as I called. He provided a thorough explanation of what was causing me pain and gave me treatment on the calf. Three days later of following his instructions: pain is gone!


Emma Paterson

"Can’t recommend Rob highly enough - I have been to him multiple times for different injuries and he always does a superb job to get me back up and running in no time. Extremely professional, reassuring and really cares about his clients. Always does his best to see you as soon as possible & fit appointments round you."

Michelle B

"I would highly recommend Robert. Outstanding service from start to finish. I was booked in quickly to see Robert, my first appointment was very informative, giving me excellent guidance on how to get strength back into my ankle. He’s been great at getting me back to full mobility.
Fantastic treatment from start to finish! I Would highly recommend Robert."

Eliel McCulloch

"My first impression of the clinic was of a warm and professional service in a relaxed and informative consultation.

The reason I went to the clinic was with a problem with my shoulder which turned out to be more of a problem with my neck.
Many thanks for all you did.
Eliel McCulloch."
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Joint & Soft Tissue Injuries

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Back & Neck Pain

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Sports Injuries

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Frequently asked questions (FAQs)

A Chartered Physiotherapist is trained to understand the normal anatomy and physiology of the body and to recognise a range of conditions that respond to treatment. Examples of this include back and neck pain, joint and muscle disorders, injuries to ligaments and tendons. 

A Chartered Physiotherapist has a detailed understanding of bio-mechanics, particularly the strains and stresses that fall on people at work. An important part of the solution for many disorders may require an understanding of how movement and postural habits can be changed to reduce the strain on the joints and soft tissues. 

Physiotherapists gain an understanding of the different types of fitness required across a range of sports and hobbies. When an injury occurs, it is important to understand and treat the cause of the problem but also to advise on the return to full fitness. Your Physiotherapist will work with you and with your coach if there are specific skills required for your sport or activity.

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