Commited to Excellence

The Treatment Hub is a private biomechanics, orthotics, podiatry and sports injury clinic originally based in Hamilton. The clinic has been in existance since 2007 where it started orginally within a running shop (Athelite running supplies) on Cadzow Street in Hamilton.

The clinic set up originally by Robbie Rooney and Grant McCullich quickly established itself as having an excellent reputation for a patient focused approach to sports injury management, and providing biomechanical assessments to improve the outcome for their patients.

In 2012 The clinic expanded to become a stand alone clinic with 4 treatment rooms, and an orthotic lab and no longer featured within the running shop.

Instead the Treatment Hub became a centre of excellence for a number of clinicians and now providing an expanded range of services incuding Podiatry/Chiropody, Physiotherapy, Biomechanics and Orthotics.

The orthotic lab allowed the Podiatrist and Orthotists full control of the manufacture of custom orthotics, which is a service few clinics within Scotland are capable of delivering.

In 2017 a further clinic opened in Finnieston in Glasgow to meet demand and the story continues.

Meet the Team

The team is made up of a number of specialist clinicians, and unique in that no other clinic in the country has the combination of clinicians including Physiotherpaists, Sports therapists, Orthotists and Podiatrists.

The unique aspect of our approach is our genuine approach to working collectively as a team to provide a holistic patient centred approach to ensure the best outcome for our patients. For more information on the services each of our clinicians provide please click on your area of interest to find out more about how we can help you.

Podiatry Team

Our Podiatry team is primarily based in our Hamilton clinic. We cater for a wide variety of foot problems and issues from nail issues, corns and callus to verrucca treatments. The podiatry/chiropody team have a wealth of knowledge in foot health issues and work along with the rest of the team in providing the whole range of foot and ankle treatments.

All of our Podiatrists/Chiropodists are HCPC registered and can perform all routine treatments including nail issues, corns, callus, fungal and verruca issues. If you want to find out a little more about each member of the team and when they are available within the podiatry/chiropody clinic in Hamilton please click on the clinician above.

Our Hamilton clinic is one of the 3 best rated Podiatry/chiropody clinics in Hamilton South Lanarkshire and has a 5 star rating via Whatclinic.com.


Nicole graduated from Glasgow Caledonian University with a 2:1 honours degree. Nicole was selected to attend the special olympics in Abu Dhabi due to her keen interest in MSK conditions and biomechanics.

Nicole also undertakes all routine podiatry/chiropody treatments including nail surgery in our Hamilton clinic . She is also available for podiatry/chiropody home visits in the local area

Robyn Miller profile with label

Robyn qualified from Glasgow Caledonian University in 2017 with a 2:1 honours degree in podiatry.

She currently works in the NHS as well as being part of The Treatment Hub team.

Robyn enjoys routine podiatry and gets job satisfaction from dealing with all aspects of podiatry and keeping her patients pain free and mobile.

Biomechanical & Orthotics Team

Our biomechanical assessment and custom orthotics manufacture service is based within both our Hamilton and Glasgow biomechanics/orthotics clinics.

The Treatment Hub team all work as part of the Sport orthotics team, a specialist group of clinicians dedicated to delivering clinical excellence in biomechanics and orthotics. All clinicians undertake specialist biomechanical and MSK assessments, custom orthotic casting and custom orthotic manufacturing which is a unique aspect of the services provided. Custom orthotics are manufactured in our own custom orthotic lab in the Hamilton biomechanics clinic in Scotland.

The team is made up of nationally recognised biomechanical assessment specialists who are involved in delivering advanced practitioner orthotics/podiatry biomechanics roles in the NHS and private sector. Our Orthotist/Podiatrists biomechanics team include lecturers from the National Centre for Prosthetics and Orthotics at Strathclyde University in Glasgow, Scotland

The team have been recognised for their excellent clinical care and are listed within Whatclinic.com as being a 5 star service provider and also within 3 best rated clinic rating system. These independent sites rate clinics by customer feedback and also audit of clinical facilities and services.


Specialist areas:- Biomechanics, orthotics, neurobiomechanics

Robbie has worked in a variety of NHS and private orthotic and biomechanics services. This includes specialist orthopaedic foot and ankle clinics, sports injury clinics, paediatrics, Stroke and other neurological conditions .

Qualifying in 1996, he worked in England as lead clinician within The Leeds teaching Hospitals for 10 years before returning back to Scotland. On returning to Scotland he continues to work within the NHS as orthotic clinical lead within a specialist foot and ankle service and has many years experience in treating muscululoskeletal and orthopaedic conditions.

He currently works with a variety of national and international athletes, including Motherwell FC, Rangers FC as well as other SPL and SFL football teams.

He also works as the external examiner for the National centre for Prosthetics & Orthotics degree programme.


Specialist areas:- Orthotics & Biomechanics

Chris qualified with a 1st class Honours degree from Strathclyde University in Prosthetics & Orthotics. Chris is currently teaching fellow at Strathclyde University Prosthetics & orthotics undergraduate programme.

He is nationally and internationally recognised within biomechanics & orthotics community and is a trainer on the national MSK programme.

Chris has worked in The Treatment Hub since 2012 and also works in conjunction with other Orthotists and Podiatrists and foot and ankle surgeons.


Specialist areas:- Biomechanical assessment, orthotics, MSK conditions and neurobiomechanics

Adam works within The Treatment Hub clinics in both Hamilton and Glasgow and has done since qualifying with a 1st class honours degree in Prosthetics and Orthotics in 2018. He has particular skills in complex biomechanics assessment and custom orthotic manufacturing

Adam is also a keen Karate enthusiast and competes both nationally and internationally.

Ryan Cassidy profile with label

Specialist areas:- Biomechanical assessment, orthotics, MSK conditions and neurobiomechanics

Ryan qualified in 2013 from the University of Strathclyde with a BSc
(Hons) in Prosthetics and Orthotics. He worked in the North East of
England for 6 years building invaluable experience in specialist
orthopaedic foot and ankle, neurological and diabetes clinics before
returning to Scotland to work in the NHS.

He has a keen interest in Biomechanics and is currently working towards
his MSc in Clinical Biomechanics. In his spare time he enjoys running
and cycling.

Physiotherapy & Sports Therapy Team

Physiotherapy, Sports therapy and sports massage is available at both our Hamilton and Glasgow clinics. All of these the clinicians work alongside the rest of the clinical team and provide joint assessments with Podiatry, biomechanics and orthotics specialists. Our physiotherapists are registered with insurance providers and have many years of experience.

Physiotherapy and Sports therapy is an essential part of keeping your body in shape to maintain your ability to be active, fit and healthy.

We see patients with a whole range of issues from simple aches and pains to patients with longstanding chronic conditions.


The Treatment Hub in Hamilton, South Lanarkshire near Glasgow has it's very own resident Sports Therapist in Grant McLullich.

Coming with a wealth of knowledge Grant provides a range of treatments including Sports Therapy, Sports injury treatment, Sports massage and rehabilitation and support from injury.

Grant McLullich is one of the original members of the team who started the Sports injuries clinic within ATHelite runnning and Triathlon shop in Hamilton back in 2008.

Grant is a keen runner and understands the importance of self management and injury prevention to ensure you keep injury free.


Physiotherapy clinics within our Treatment Hub Hamilton clinic is provided by our own Physiotherapist VIcki Day. Vicki is HCPC registered and also qualified in providing acupuncture and steroidal injection.

Vicki qualified in 2002 from Glasgow Caledonian university and has worked for 17 years in the NHS and is currently employed as a clinical specialist in musculoskeletal physiotherapy service.

Vicky is also qualified in injection therapy completing the masters module at University of Central Lancashire in 2012 and recently completed the master module in Non Medical Prescribing.

She has been working in private practice for 12 years treating patients from all backgrounds including sporting injuries, insurance referrals requiring rehabilitation following RTA or trauma, occupational health physiotherapy, chronic pain , post surgery rehabilitation and injury rehabilitation.

She has a keen interest in all aspects of musculoskeletal physiotherapy and thoroughly enjoys working in private practice where timely intervention can help achieve desired results

What to Expect at The Treatment Hub

The ethos of the clinic has always remained the same. Quality and customer satisfaction mean everything! Every clinician involved in biomechanics & orthotics has come through the same post graduate mentoring programme which has proven extremely successful.

We actively recruit podiatry and orthotic undergraduate students on our own mentorship programme, teaching our unique orthotic manufacture methods and provide gradual clinical exposure.

This approach has been so successful that our original first 2 clinicians undergoing the mentorship programme now work as university lecturers on both the Glasgow Caledonian University Podiatry undergardauate degree programme and also at Strathclyde University National centre for training in Prosthetics and Orthotics degree programme.

We undertake our own orthotics manufacture for a very good reason! We retain 100% control of all aspects of the manufacture process. As such, any adjustments for orthotics are undertaken on the spot and while you wait.

Equally, our one stop shop approach means clinicians from different disciplines including Orthotists, Physiotherapists, Podiatrists and Sports therpaists are all at hand and in the one place to deal with whatever problem comes through the door!s

biomechanical assessment