Connor Davidson

MSc. Physiotherapy | BSc. Sports Science | MCSP | HCPC


Connor’s passion for activity led him to studying Sport and Exercise Science, which he then advanced into a post-graduate in Physiotherapy. His obsession with progress and creativity helps him excel in helping others achieve their goals through bespoke programming, symptom management, and lifestyle changes. Connor believes that health can be measured by the ability to self-manage, and therefore ensures people understand WHY and not just what their journey should involve to get back to functional baseline and beyond. In his free time, he prioritises making adventurous memories with his family and friends.

Sports | Gymnastics | Acrobatics | Trampolining | Street Dance | Weightlifting 

From day 1 injury to return to play, Connor has extensive experience in treating traumas, fractures, sprains, strains, and other complex sports injuries. Whilst also experienced in treating common field and endurance sports, Connor goes above and beyond to research and understand the requirements of each person’s physical demands for optimal outcomes.
His personal immersion in many creative and extreme sporting avenues, from professional street dance to weightlifting and acrobatics, supports Connor’s diverse aptitude for creatively tailoring rehab specificity, whilst still applying favourable biomechanics and evidenced based recovery strategies.


After Connor’s Master’s degree he practiced in the NHS for over 2 years where he completed all core physiotherapy rotations including medical & orthopaedic wards, community, and musculoskeletal services in adults and paediatrics. During his time in orthopaedics, his team achieved the Scottish Golden Hip award. He also cherishes the impact his community classes had on people with respiratory and cardiac conditions. Connor’s competence in the assessment and treatment of musculoskeletal and neurological conditions secured him a specialist title. His passion for teaching has supported many physio students and led to the provision of regular workshops and CPD training in his expert areas including strength and conditioning and enhanced surgical recoveries. His strong initiative led to creating and leading classes for common musculoskeletal injuries such as the “Back on Track” & “Reach Recovery” within NHS Grampian. More recently, his work in private physiotherapy has allowed him to supports teams post-surgical pathways in the private sector and utilise more time and resources to ensure the best outcomes of those he assists. 


Specialist Areas

–       Extreme sports, gymnastics, acrobatics, trampolining and street dance

–       Upper limb and Lower limb injuries

–       Back and Neck pain


MSc. Physiotherapy | Glasgow Caledonian University

BSc. Sports Science | Stirling University + Sydney University

Society of Musculoskeletal Medicine (SOMM) 1 & 2 foundations complete

MSK Imaging Referral and interpretation Course (Imaging innovated)

OMT Medical Acupuncture Trained

Sports First Aid

Trampoline Coaching

ITEC Level 3 Diploma in Sport Massage

CYQ Level 2 Fitness Instructor