Earl Grey Street Clinic

0131 235 2354

Unit 4, NEW UBERIOR HOUSE, 3 Earl Grey St, Edinburgh EH3 9BN

We are delighted to have opened a second branch of Edinburgh Sports + Spinal Physiotherapy on Earl Grey Street.

Located in the West End the clinic is ideal for those living or working near Lothian Road, Fountainbridge, Bruntsfield, Morningside and the south side of Edinburgh.

We have developed a clinic with treatment rooms and strength gym to help patients relieve pain, restore function and improve performance.

Unlike other clinics in Edinburgh we believe a combination of assessment, diagnosis, patient education, manual therapy and individualised exercise programs are the most effective way to achieve positive and sustainable results.

We also work in collaboration with G2G performance coaches who can further enhance our patient’s lives and performance once they have recovered.

New Clinic Facilities

State-of-art performance gym.

8 x squat rack

Sprint mechanics track

Access to expert strength & conditioning performance coaches – G2G performance coaches


Adequate parking is available underneath the building – via Riego Street:


There is also on street parking in the surrounding area.

There are numerous bus connections to Lothian Road/ Earl Grey Street.

Haymarket is also only a 10-15 minutes walk


Our specialist sports rehabilitation physios have worked in elite sport and private healthcare. They use their expertise to assess, treat and create sport-specific programmes to enhance performance, minimise the risk of injury and help you manage and recover faster from chronic or any other sports injuries.

Sports Physio at our Earl Grey Street Clinic

Our vision is to to restore our patients from injury or pain and then help them thrive in their lives, activities or sport.

We relieve pain, reduce injury risk and inspire better athletic performance.

What you can expect:

  1. An athlete focused physio approach
  2. Accurate impression of your issue/condition/injury
  3. Treatment of the underlying problem and importantly not just alleviation of the symptoms
  4. Refined, targeted and evolving treatment as the condition improves.
  5. A plan that takes into account what you are trying to do/achieve (treating the whole athlete, not just the injury/complaint).
  6. Trusted, respectful, knowledgeable and effective physiotherapists.