Connections Physiotherapy

Debbie Shannon - Chartered Physiotherapist

  • Unique, Hands-On Approach

    Releasing tissues, improving joint flexibility and reducing pain.

    Unique, hand-on approach
  • Whole Body

    Head to toe, whole-body approach releasing tensions in connected tissue.

  • Fast Relief

    Treatment designed for fast pain relief with lasting results.

    Fast relief
  • Treating Cause, Not Just Symptoms

    Isolating and treating the hidden source of your problem, not just reducing symptoms.

    Treating cause, not just symptoms


“Debbie takes physiotherapy to a new level. Her whole-body approach is amazing.”
“My life has improved dramatically and I cannot thank her enough.”

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Welcome to Connections Physiotherapy

Connections Physiotherapy is a busy physiotherapy practice in Strathaven that is built on quality and good reputation. The majority of patients attending come through personal recommendation of friends, colleagues or family members. The practice was established in 2006 by Debbie Shannon, Chartered Physiotherapist.

Her integrated, whole-body, hands-on, unique approach often leads to fast relief and aims to treat the underlying cause and not just symptoms.

Do you suffer from any of these conditions?

  • back/neck pain or stiffness
  • sciatica
  • slipped disc
  • coccyx pain
  • groin pain
  • frozen shoulder
  • tennis elbow
  • whiplash injury
  • headaches
  • work and sports related injuries
  • pregnancy and post pregnancy problems
    eg pelvic girdle instability, symphysis pubis dysfunction
  • sacroiliac joint pain
  • chronic pelvic pain
  • knee pain
  • irritable bowel syndrome
  • constipation
  • bladder or bowel dysfunction (eg incontinence)
  • urogenital prolapse

Debbie qualified with a BSc in Physiotherapy at Queens College, Glasgow in 1986 and is a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy. She is a member of the Health and Care Professions Council. Having worked as a Senior Physiotherapist in the NHS for over 17 years, she has developed a special interest in women's health issues and in the early 1990s successfully completed post-graduate training in this area and was awarded the Anne Bird Prize for contributing to the field of physiotherapy in Obstetrics and Gynaecology.

In 2011, she co-presented at an international conference, WCOGA, on "The Complex Nature of Chronic Pelvic Pain".

Debbie has an ongoing committment to clinical excellence and continuous professional development in order to provide the best possible treatments and outcomes for her patients.

In her spare time Debbie enjoys catching up with friends, gin tasting , reading and trying to exert some sort of control over her crazy labradoodle with a pacemaker!


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