Tell Us Where The Pain Is And We Will Get To The Bottom Of It!

Our main goal is to get to the root cause of your pain and discomfort so you can recover as quick as possible, stay fit and be healthy. We have a range of treatment options ranging from Physiotherapy and Sports Massage to Relaxing Deep Tissue Massage and Aromatherapy Massage but we will always tailor the treatment to your needs.

We offer a wide range of treatments but they can be separated into two categories:

  1. Physiotherapy and Remedial Massage Treatments
  2. Holistic Complementary Massage Treatments

What our Remedial Massage & Physiotherapy Edinburgh can help you with :

  • Injury Recovery
  • Increase Range of Movement and Flexibility
  • Postural Dysfunction
  • Tendon injuries and tendinopathy
  • Post-operative rehabilitation (shoulders, knees, hips, ankles)
  • Pre-habilitation
  • Arthritis and degenerative conditions
  • Back and Neck pain
  • Headaches
  • Sciatica

Our Physiotherapy Edinburgh and Remedial Massage treatments are evidence based with sound clinical reasoning. Highly skilled and qualified Physiotherapists and massage therapists will discuss your needs and goals with you on your first session during your consultation to ensure we work with you to achieve what you want. Just remember injury is not a requirement to come and see us though – we are very passionate about preventative care and pre-habilitation.

What to expect on your first appointment:

  • In-depth Consultation
  • Physical Assessment
  • Hands on Treatment
  • Free Stretching & Exercise Programme
  • Treatment Plan & On going Support & Advice

To book a treatment you can click here..

What our Holistic Complementary Massage Treatments can help you with:

  • De-stress
  • Improve Circulation
  • Relieve Muscle Tension
  • Improves your sleep and reduces insomnia
  • Reduce Anxiety
  • Aid with Depression
  • Headaches

The benefits of massage therapy are plentiful and scientifically studied. These benefits are both physical and psychological to promote optimal health and well-being.

What to Expect:

  • Your Concerns Listened To
  • Consultation to Understand Your Emotional and Physical Well-Being
  • A Relaxing and Therapeutic Treatment
  • Home Care Advice

If you would like to know more about any of our treatments please see our Treatments page.

You can also read about each of our therapists and meet the team on our About page.



Merchants of Edinburgh Golf Club, 10 Craighill Gardens, EH10 5PY

We are excited to announce we are opening a second Bodyworks Edinburgh Clinic in Morningside at the Merchants of Edinburgh Golf Club as of the 21st of March!!

We will initially be there on a Tuesday 3-8pm and a Thursday 3-8pm. Bookings for the moment are to be made through email or phone as we start up (our booking system is exclusively for Melville Street Clinic at the moment).

Treatments available:

  • Physiotherapy
  • Medical Acupuncture
  • Sports Massage
  • Sports Rehabilitation
  • Deep Tissue (Relaxation or Remedial) Massage
  • Swedish Massage
  • Pregnancy Massage
  • Reflexology
  • Manual Lymphatic Drainage
  • Nutritional Therapy

Please call or email to book your appointment – info@bodyworksedinburgh.com / 0131 241 1833


Case Studies:

Logan Rees – Scotland International – Top Ranked British Under 23 in 2017 for 10km Road (29m28s)

Big thank you to Logan for answering some questions for us in the clinic at Bodyworks Edinburgh and for allowing us to publish results from his treatments with us.

Logan came to see us regarding an ongoing foot issue he has had since 2014. He saw our Physiotherapist for a total of 4 sessions…

45mins Physiotherapy Initial 01/02/18

Physiotherapist  Account: “Patient attended the NHS in 2014 due to a sudden and constant pain underneath the first toe, beginning of the first phalange, on the right foot, with a mild swollen metatarsophalangeal joint. He could not run because of the pain. After several tests there was still no diagnosis for his pain. He was then seen by a private Physiotherapist who did massage and exercises for the calf and recommended a steroid injection to ease the pain. He received this privately in December 2015. Logan found the injection lowered the pain allowing him to start running again in March 2016 but not without some discomfort. He has been unable to get this injury completely resolved.

Logan finds that self-massage on the area with a spiky ball helps as well as running will stiff shoes with good support. Soft shoes seem to make it worse (they allow more toe movement).

I could see that swelling was present and that the toe was externally deviated (Mild bunion). I found as well a great deal of tension on all lower leg muscles, especially on the 1st toe flexors on the right, making it slightly stiffer than on the other foot. Pain was noted when running and on direct touch on the insertion of the Flexor Hallicus Brevis.”

Diagnosis: Tendinitis of the Plantar Flexors of the 1st toe on the right foot.

Treatment: Massage to the calve muscles

Home care Advice: Specific stretches for Gastrocnemius and Soleus to release tension on the specific tendon causing the pain.

Logan’s Account: “During the first appointment, we discussed my injury history with particular focus on the long-term foot/toe injury that prevented me from running from May 2014 to around March 2016. The Physiotherapist had some ideas on how to treat this and he also took some photos to show the extent of the swelling on my right foot. He thought with treatment that the excess skin might become reabsorbed and my feet would end up similar sizes again. In the first session, He gave me a short massage on my upper calf. He also showed me some specific stretches to work on for next time to generally loosen my calf so that he could try to release the tension on the specific tendon that was causing pain.”

Read more about Logan when we spoke with him in the Bodyworks Clinic about his running career or read more about his treatments with us.


Norma, 83 year old female presenting with first signs of Dupuytren’s Contracture

Physiotherapy Initial: Client presented with first signs of Dupuytren’s contracture (a condition in which one or more fingers become permanently bent in a flexed position. It usually begins as small hard nodules just under the skin of the palm) on the 3rd finger on right hand, creating dry and pale skin with adhesion’s in the pathway of the 3rd finger flexors tendon limiting its movement. A year ago Norma stated it started affecting the carpal tunnel compressing the median nerve creating paresthesia on 3rd and 4 finger.
Her grip in both hands is weak, but even weaker on her right hand. Things has been falling from her right hand lately as she has been unable to keep grip.
She had a fall two years ago falling on her right arm and fractured T8 to T12.

“I have found all my treatments very good so much so that I have now been discharged. After having loss of sensation in 3,4,5 fingers on my right hand and minimal strength in my grip when I started treatment, this problem has been resolved”

Read more on the full treatments Norma had with our Physiotherapist and the progress she made.


Gift Vouchers:

If you’re looking for a gift idea for Birthdays, Valentines Day, Anniversaries, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day or Christmas we have gift vouchers available for all of our treatments or for a certain value. Everyone loves a massage and what could be better than giving someone the gift of muscular pain relief or relaxation! Our gift vouchers can be posted to you first class free of charge or we can send you an e-voucher on receipt of payment. To read more about how to purchase a gift voucher click here..

* Please do not book a treatment if you are unwell. This is for your own health, and the well-being of our staff.