Rannoch Physiotherapy was established in 2006 by Simon Grant Bsc (Hons) MCSP SRP, pictured right.
The main clinic is based in Perth Airport near Scone with satellite clinics in Monifieth and Carnoustie and for those who can’t travel, domiciliary visits can also be arranged.
We provide a general physiotherapy service, treating acute, chronic, recurring problems and specialising in sports’ injuries.
At Rannoch Physiotherapy, we have a holistic approach to your treatment and work with you to resolve your problem – we want you to get better and stay better!
To book your appointment: call 07817407091


Our philosophy is to investigate and resolve the cause of your pain and discomfort, apply the appropriate treatment and supply you with the knowledge (yes, that might mean exercises!) to maintain optimum movement and function.
At our clinics everyone is an individual. We will ‘treat the cause not just the symptoms’. We use a variety of treatments tailored to your specific needs including individually designed rehabilitation programmes.
Simon first studied Sports Science at DeMontford University before deciding that physiotherapy was the perfect channel to combine his interest in both physiology and sport.
Graduating from Leeds in 1997, he initially worked in the NHS gaining essential core experience. In 2001 Simon moved to the private sector working for Whitehouse Physiotherapy group in Sheffield.
Moving back to Scotland in 2003 and taking a post at the Liz McColgan Health Club. For the last six years he has been Physiotherapy Manager based in Carnoustie while also establishing Rannoch Physiotherapy which is now based across three sites.
Simon has extensive experience in many areas of physiotherapy and has kept up skills in paediatrics, elderly conditions, neurology, orthopaedics and outpatients.
As lead physiotherapist for Doncaster Rugby Club, Leeds Rhinos Academy squad and continued links with sport through Liz McColgan and many local football teams, Simon is able to diagnose and treat a varied range of conditions within both daily life and the sporting arena enabling a swift return to full function.
The move to Balans Pilates Studio and Treatment Rooms at Perth airport will further enhance rehabilitation potential with the ability to liaise between professionals and cross refer within the same venue.
Acute, serious injuries demand immediate treatment – we are experienced in dealing with this. But we also derive great satisfaction from treating the less acute but disabling chronic conditions such as headaches, tennis elbow, sore shoulders, sore backs, which many suffer from in today’s world of stress.We really can help. Don’t suffer in silence.

We treat…

  • Sports Injury
  • Muscle Strain
  • Fracture Rehabilitation
  • Neck/Back Pain
  • Whiplash
  • Headaches
  • Arthritic Conditions
  • Repetitive Strain Injuries
  • Frozen Shoulder
  • Pre/post surgery rehab
  • Bursitis
  • Inflammatory Conditions
‘….We also successfully treat less acute neck, shoulder and back pain….’



Liz McColgan (Commonwealth Gold Medal Winner)
“I have worked with Simon grant for many years through my Health club and elite athletes’ programme. He has been very profession and an excellent physiotherapist who often thinks out of the box to rehab patients back to health. A great guy, an enthusiastic person and I would recommend his services.”
Aillee Paterson (Neurology patient)
“I have Cerebral Palsy and Simon has been treating me for 4.5 years. He is excellent, really knows what he is doing, very reliable and I would strongly recommend him.”
Ian Cantwell (Former Police Officer)
“As a result of shoulder injury at work I was obliged to retire early. For 20 years I attended private and NHS physiotherapists, doctors and specialists. Although there was some degree of change during that time I was always in pain, sometimes severe pain, and had very restrictive movement.
I then attended Rannoch Physiotherapy and within 3 treatments Simon had given me a great deal of movement back and reduced the pain considerably. Several treatments later the pain had all but gone and since then I have had no need for pain killers. There has been return to almost full function and the change has been indescribable. Many thanks to Simon and best of luck with the new premises.”