Andy Harrison
Andy HarrisonHead Physiotherapist

Andy joined Queen’s Park in 2001 while studying for his Physiotherapy degree.

He worked with our youth squads for a few seasons before being asked by Billy Stark to move to the 1st team in 2004.

As well as working with Queen’s Park Andy has been involved with Scotland squads. First with the 21s (under the stewardship of Billy Stark). Then the A squad under George Burley, Craig Levine and Gordon Strachan.

Andy qualified as a physiotherapist in 2003. His first job was at Hairmyres Hospital, East Kilbride. He moved to his current job with the Health Centre in Hamilton in 2010, where he specialises in muscular skeletal injuries.

Dr Phyllis Windsor M.B.E.
Dr Phyllis Windsor M.B.E.Club Doctor

Phyllis joined Queen’s Park in August 2014.

She has extensive experience in working with football clubs. In 1992 she joined Dundee and was Club Doctor there for 14 years before moving to Dundee United in 2006.

She was Club Doctor at Dundee United from 2006 until the summer of 2014.

As well as working for the two Dundee clubs, Phyllis has also worked with various Scotland women’s teams for the SFA since 2000 (from under 15s up to the A squad).

From Wolverhampton originally, Phyllis trained at St Mary’s Hospital Medical School London and is now Consultant Clinical Oncologist at Ninewells Hospital, Dundee (specialising in prostate, bladder and testicular cancer). She was awarded the MBE in the New Years Honours List 2004, for services to Radiotherapy & Oncology.

Phyllis is further qualified both in Sports Medicine and Sports Psychology (Masters degree in Sports Medicine 2002; Masters degree (with distinction) in Applied Sport & Exercise Psychology 2009) and is also highly regarded in this field.