Sports / Spinal / Acupuncture
Kiera graduated in 1998 and is a Chartered Physiotherapist, with current membership of the ISCP and CSP. Kiera specialises in the treatment of musculoskeletal injuries such as- back /neck/ joint pain and sports injuries with particular interest in chronic injuries. Kiera uses Acupuncture in isolation and in conjunction with other physiotherapy treatments. Kiera incorporates Pilates as part of injury prevention and rehabilitation.
Kiera has been involved in the Chartered Physiotherapists in Acupuncture clinical interest group for many years, it’s main function is the educate physio’s and promotion of post-graduate education within the field of Acupuncture.
During her time off, Kiera enjoys running … preferring 10km races but was privileged to get to run the New York Marathon in 2015. She also loves strength training in the gym and has recently taken up GAA for Mother!
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Emma graduated with a BSc Honours Degree in Physiotherapy from University College Dublin.
Emma is experienced in treating musculoskeletal injuries – back , neck and joint pain. She is specifically interested in sports injury and rehabilitation and comes from an extensive sporting background.
During Emma’s time off she enjoys training in the gym and running.
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Eilis Connery is a runner, duathlete and Chartered Physiotherapist.
Eilis has worked mainly in the private practice setting for the past 8 years and has completed a degree in Physiotherapy in UCD and a Masters in Musculoskeletal and Sports Physiotherapy in Australia. Eilis is a particular interest in the treatment of Chronic pain.
Eilis has competed for Ireland in both track and field and duathlon.
Emily is a dedicated Physiotherapist who enjoys working with each individual to achieve their goals and is committed to empowering her clients with the knowledge of how to manage their condition independently.
Emily Graduated from the University of Hertfordshire, UK in 2006. After gaining experience in the UK working with sports teams, providing injury prevention and treatment, she then returned to Ireland, to undertake extensive Pilates training at Rebalance Pilates and Physiotherapy. For the past 7 years Emily has been based in Sydney where she worked in physio clinics and Clinical Pilates Studio’s where the focus was on sports and ergonomic injuries, post-operative rehabilitation and preventative physiotherapy. Emily enjoys staying up to date with developments in physiotherapy and does so through regularly attending post graduate courses.
Emily’s key interests are in getting to the underlying cause of the injury and addressing this through detailed functional rehabilitation programs. She enjoys sharing her knowledge with her clients and uses this to achieve optimal results. Her areas of expertise include core stability re-training, postural correction and injury prevention. Emily’s holistic approach ensures nothing is missed and the injury is fixed for good.
During her time off Emily maintains a healthy lifestyle through cycling, running, adventure racing and when the weather allows is a keen snowboarder. She manages to ward off injuries through regular resistance training and Pilates.
NSW Registered Physiotherapist. New Zealand Registered Physiotherapist. Member of the ISCP.
Lorraine qualified from UCD in 1996 and has extensive Paediatric (Children) experience at home, in the UK and Australia.
Initially, Lorraine worked in the larger teaching hospitals such as Aintree NHS Trust, Alder Hey Childrens’ Hospital and Birmingham Childrens’ Hospital, in Child Health in the Adelaide & Meath incorporating the National Childrens’ Hospital, Tallaght.
For the last 10 years Lorraine has been working in the area of Community Paediatrics as well as being a member of an Early Intervention team. Within the area of Paediatrics I have many years of experience in treating conditions such as torticollis, plagiocephaly, positional talipes, flat feet, intoeing/outtoeing, developmental delay as well as sports injuries and joint/muscle pain in children.
I also have experience of treating children with dyspraxia and autism. I have a specialised interest in joint hypermobility.
During her spare time she enjoys Zumba and Yoga Barre.
Fiona graduated in 2008 and is a Chartered Physiotherapist, with current membership with the ISCP. Fiona is a Stott Pilates Instructor and she been teaching Advanced Pilates to her loyal clients for a number of years.
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