B.Sc. Physiotherapy, Higher Diploma Acupuncture, JEMS® Certified Clinical Rehabilitation Practitioner, MISCP
MANUAL PHYSIO, REHAB PHYSIO, PILATES PHYSIO, ACUPUNCTURE PHYSIO
Kiera Brown is a passionate Chartered Physiotherapist with a focus on facilitating clients to discover their own movement potential so as to improve their performance – whether that is in everyday life or at elite sports level.
Having graduated in 1998, with a BSc(Hons) in Physiotherapy at the University of Ulster, Kiera spent a few years in a hospital setting before moving into Private Practice in 2000. Kiera has an interest in Chronic Pain, Wellness, promotion of Physical Activity for all.
Kiera has had the privilege of training in Acupuncture, under the direction of Mary Pender and graduated from UCD 2002 and then further training with world-renowned experts Dr Tan’s (Balancing method) and John Tindall in London.
She has always loved watching and teaching beautiful, graceful, powerful movements. Initially, she trained in London in 2004, with Body Control Pilates. In 2019, Kiera trained with Joanne Elphinston with the JEMS movement and the results are amazing. She enjoys working with clients to uncover their own dysfunctional movement patterns, understand how those patterns fuel their pain/ recurrent injuries and then holding the space for clients to discover their own solutions.
Kiera volunteers with her local GAA club – Kilmacud Crokes. She is the Healthy Club Officer and sits on the Executive Board. She is responsible for Diversity & Inclusion and Promotion of Health and Wellbeing for the Club. She is the club representative to the Sport Forum and the Sports Forum Representative to the Board of DLR Sports Partnership.
During her time off, Kiera is now focusing on cycling. Having had the privilege of running the New York and Dublin Marathon, she now prefers 10 km leaving the longer distances for the bike! Her personal goal for 2022 is to complete Mizen to Malin in June 2022 with KC Wheelers to fundraise for Kilmacud Crokes & Breast Cancer Ireland.
Kiera is a member of the ISCP
BSc. Physiotherapy, MISCP Chartered Physiotherapist, Pilates Instructor
MANUAL PHYSIO, REHAB PHYSIO, PILATES PHYSIO, GOLF PHYSIO
Sean Clarke graduated from UCD with a BSc in Physiotherapy and is a fully registered chartered physiotherapist. Sean is currently completing his Masters (MSc) in Advanced Physiotherapy Studies.
Sean has gained valuable knowledge from working in the UK and Australia, as well as Ireland.
Sean is passionate about musculoskeletal physiotherapy and the rehabilitation of sports injuries. He has a special interest in adolescent knee pain, having presented literature reviews on adolescent knee pain at conferences in Liverpool and Geneva. He also has a particular interest in CrossFit & weightlifting injuries, as he is a regular participant in these exercise disciplines.
Sean has developed his treatment approaches by undertaking numerous courses; including dry needling, orthotic prescription, myofascial techniques, and strength and conditioning, among others. He has also established and delivered bone strengthening and pilates classes. Sean is particularly interested in working with clients to help them discover the cause of the symptoms, as well as treating the painful area.
Sean has a real passion for physiotherapy and commits to giving the best to his clients, either to the sedentary individual or to the elite athlete, providing them with the most effective rehabilitation program to get them back to their highest level of functional and physical fitness. Sean is a big believer in providing hands-on treatment and manual therapy to facilitate the patient’s recovery, along with giving the client a specific and personalised home exercise programme to maintain the benefits of manual therapy.
BSc. Physiotherapy, MISCP Chartered Physiotherapist
MANUAL PHYSIO, REHAB PHYSIO, SPORTS & PERFORMANCE PHYSIO
Shayne O’Reilly graduated from University of Ulster in 2015 with a BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy.
Shayne has is an expert in treating people of all ages, with a variety of musculoskeletal injuries including- work related pain, back & neck pain, shoulder pain, tennis elbow, Achilles pain, Plantar Fasciitis.
Over the last 7 years, Shayne has been fortunate to travel whilst working and has gain experience in UK, USA and Ireland.
Shayne worked in a busy physiotherapy clinic in Boston prior to returning to Galway where he worked with both the Galway hurlers and Connacht Rugby Academy.
Shayne specialised further in the world of Sports Physiotherapy when he secured a role working initially as Head Academy Physiotherapist and subsequently Head of Medical/ Head Physiotherapist with the professional soccer team Colchester United FC in UK.
From intensive work on soccer players, he has a keen interest in all sports injuries but in particular the rehabilitation of hip, knee and ankle injuries.
Shayne is a member of ISCP and CORU
BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy, MISCP Member of specialist interest group Chartered Physiotherapists in Paediatrics (CPP)
CHILDREN’S PHYSIO, REHAB PHYSIO
Lorraine qualified from UCD in 1996 and has extensive Paediatric (Children) experience at home, in the UK and Australia. As well as treating children with sports injuries and pain, Lorraine’s specialist area is treating children with delayed development, neurological problems and genetic disorders.
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.
Lorraine is a member of ISCP and CORU.
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