Una started her career in the NHS working in Glasgow royal infirmary gaining experience in orthopaedics, care of the elderly, burns, out-patients and rheumatology to name but a few.
In 1992 she took up a senior position in the rheumatology department of Falkirk royal infirmary and then in 1995 returned to the Glasgow community clinics before setting up privately in 2005.
A technique of inserting fine needles into particular points of the body. It can be used with other treatments to help reduce tissue inflammation and pain and to promote recovery.
A precise handling and mobilising of joints of the body. It reduces pain, increases movement, reduces muscle spasm and speeds up recovery.
A form of electrotherapy that uses electrical pads and stimulates peripheral nerves at a low frequency without pain and discomfort in the soft tissue.
A form of electrotherapy that uses high-frequency sound waves to treat injuries to muscles, tendons and other soft tissues.