About Wallace Practice

The Wallace Practice was established in 1982 to provide a highly skilled Physiotherapy service incorporating selected therapies of complimentary medicine.

Over the years the service has developed considerably and we now have an establishment of nine Chartered Physiotherapists, all with considerable experience in their particular field of interest. 

To compliment our physiotherapy, we work with a traditional acupuncturist, a podiatrist and a sports masseur.

The philosophy of the practice is to offer the highest quality in patient care given promptly, efficiently and in confidence, with sympathetic attention to individual needs.


Our practice provides locations in Banchory and close to Aberdeen city centre. Our Aberdeen clinic is comprised of four treatment rooms, a gym, a pilates room and a spacious reception area.


Here you will find a team of therapists with many years of experience in a variety of healthcare specialities. Our team of registered physiotherapists, sports masseurs, acupuncturist and podiatrist, are equipped to handle a comprehensive range of conditions and injuries.

You can be assured – we have a commitment to excellence when it comes to the level of care we provide.


All physiotherapists at the practice are members of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and are Health and Care Profession Council Registered.

Meet Our Team

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Physiotherapy | Muscle Strains | Pilates | Whiplash | Muscle Tears | Sports Injuries | Arthritis | Sciatica | Tennis/Golfer's Elbow | Acupuncture | Tendonitis | Women's Health | Headaches | Podiatry | Chiropody | Spondylosis | Ligament-Strains | Sports Massage | Frozen Shoulder | Spinal Disc Injuries | Cartilage Problems | Yoga | T'ai Chi Ch'uan | Counselling | Incontinence | Pelvic Girdle Pain | Menopause | Repetitive-Strain Injuries | Workplace Assessments | Knee Rehabilitation | Occupational Health | Postural Dysfunction | Neurological Rehabilitation | Foot Pain | Myofascial Pain  |  Low Back Pain  |  Growing Pains   |   Exercise  |  Foot Drop  |  Post Natal  |  Ante Natal  | Electrotherapy | Hip Pain