about project: physio
Your Health. Your Wellness. Your Performance
These things are unique to you and caring for them no matter what they encapsulate is our joint project.
Everyone has a story to tell.
You may be looking to get answers to your niggling back or hip, you may be recovering from surgery, you may even be preparing for your first or fiftieth 10k or bike race.
Together we can plan, devise and monitor your progress from your home, gym, or office with our cutting-edge project: Virtual clinic and rehabilitation service.
Through project: Home we can bring our specialist knowledge and skills directly to you and via project: F2F you can come visit us in-person in Edinburgh.
Our decades of experience in healthcare, including the NHS and Private Practice, have seen us treat, and rehabilitate, thousands of patients of all ages and levels of ability. We are proud to serve and assist all members of the community.
Having worked closely with orthopaedic surgeons in private practice and professional sports we are highly experienced in the rehabilitation of post-surgical patients. Using our cutting-edge testing equipment we are able to offer unique rehabilitation and assessment sessions via project: performance | orthopaedic appointments, which can be carried out both at home and in-clinic.
With our years of work in elite-level international sport we are able to offer support, insight and consultation to clubs or teams around all facets of performance. Experience of this level, rarely found now accessible via project: performance.
Bringing together two of the countries leading practitioners,
project: physio was created to really be about investing in
Stephen Mutch MSc BSc MCSP
Stephen is an experienced, skilled musculo-skeletal physiotherapist who is currently the Lead Physio at the Irish Rugby Football Union having previously been Head of
Performance at Montpellier Herault Rugby. Until July of 2020, he was Clinical Director at a private practice in
Edinburgh. He was recently appointed an Advisory Board Member to the GITAM University School of Physiotherapy.
He has worked in the North West England (NHS) and in
Auckland (NZ), Scottish Rugby (1998 to 2007), Scottish Institute of Sport and as consultant physio
to Scotland Rugby Team during 6 Nations Championships and World Cups (2007, 2011 & 2015).
Stephen was Head Physiotherapist for Scotland at Commonwealth Games 2018 (Gold Coast), and
has often worked as HQ/Lead Physiotherapist at various multi-event Games: these included Team
Scotland at Commonwealth Games in 2002, 2006, 2010, 2014, Youth Games of 2000, 2008 (Physio
Head), World University Games (GB) 2009, 2015, 2017 (Head Physio in ’15 & ’17, Head of Medical
Services 2019), and Youth Olympics with TeamGB 2018.
Stephen is actively involved into research of Return to Sport (RTS), and is co-author of consensus
paper on RTS (2016); texts into Return to Play, plus sport and movement.
He enjoys speaking engagements across the UK, North America; Europe including an IOC Prevention of Injury workshop 2020.
Physiotherapy BSc Queens College, Glasgow
MSc (Sports Physiotherapy) from University College London.
Chairman of Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Sports and Exercise Medicine
UK Anti Doping Advisor
Sports Trauma Management
Kenny Watt BSc (Hons) MCSP
Kenny is an experienced musculo-skeletal physiotherapist with degrees in Physiotherapy and Sports Therapy.
Having spent four years in professional football as a Sports Therapist Kenny returned to University to gain his physiotherapy degree. This was followed by two years in the NHS then 9 years in private practice in Edinburgh City Centre.
Kenny has attended 4 World University Games as a Team GB physio; 2009, 2013, 2015, and as Deputy Head Physio in 2017. He has recently been appointed Team GB Head Physiotherapist for 2021 in China. During these games, his lead sports roles have included Tennis, Judo, Rugby 7's, Taekwondo and Shooting.
In 2014 he was a Lead Physiotherapist for Athletics at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games and in 2018 was part of Team Scotland for the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games with responsibilities for Beach Volleyball, Basketball, Weightlifting and Powerlifting.
Since 2009 Kenny has been the Lead Physiotherapist for Scottish Volleyball and sits on the Scottish Beach Volleyball Performance Management Group. He has attended numerous Small Nations European Championship qualifiers and finals with the senior men's program and supported the beach volleyball programs in their preparation for Commonwealth Games.
Kenny has presented at a number of national sports medicine conferences and has been invited to speak on a number of webinars around such topics as Achilles Tendonopathy and Athlete Recovery Methods.
He currently serves on the Executive Board of the International Federation of Sports Physical Therapists.
BSc Sports Therapy, University of North London
BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy, University of Teeside
Association of Chartered Physios in Sports & Exercise Medicine - Bronze & Scottish Representative
UK Delegate to the International Federation of Sports Physical Therapists
FIFA Diploma in Football Medicine
UK Anti-Doping Advisor