Graduated in 1991 from Edinburgh (BSc Physiotherapy), Seonaid initially worked in the NHS for 4 years before travelling in Australia and NZ working in private practice and with sports teams. She then worked as a physiotherapist for two years at the Australian Institute of Sport in Canberra. She studied a Masters in Sports Physiotherapy at the Australian Institute of Sport graduating with distinction from the University of Canberra in 1998 before returning home to Bridge of Allan and opening Physiofocus in 1999.
Seonaid has 20 years multi-sport experience at Olympic and Commonwealth Games level, GB Paralympic Swimming and International rugby.
Passionate about her job Seonaid has specialized in the area of chronic pain, headaches, groin pain and more recently treating patients undergoing treatment for cancer.