Physiotherapy is the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of injury, illness, disability or movement dysfunction.

In short, physiotherapy helps to get you back to your best allowing you to live your life to the fullest as time effectively as possible.

Currently, I am only taking existing routine physiotherapy patients as my business is now more focused on women's health and holistic practices.  I am sorry for any inconvenience caused. 

  • It involves having an initial assessment prior to performing any treatment to the presenting injury/complaint. This entails taking a history of the injury, its onset, presenting symptoms and any relevant past medical history.

  • Following this an objective examination is performed- testing to relevant structures and muscles and then identifying the exact structure involved in the injury.

  • A working diagnosis is given and a treatment plan is made

  • This normally involves a graduated strengthening programme in conjunction with specific hands-on techniques to restore correct joint mobility and muscle flexibility.

  • My goal is to create a programme that is unique for each patient which includes practical goals that aim to restore a normal life. 

  • Treatment may include some of the following: postural advice, therapeutic exercises, joint mobilisation, soft tissue massage, deep dry needling and electrotherapy. I always offer lifestyle advice to ensure a holistic approach to your particular condition.

You will be referred for alternative treatment or investigation if physiotherapy is not the best option for you

Why choose a chartered physiotherapist? MISCP

Member of Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists - MISCP.

When you attend a chartered physiotherapist you will enjoy the peace of mind that your physiotherapist has been trained to the highest academic and professional standard and continued professional development is maintained on emerging trends and developments.

I have been a chartered physiotherapist throughout my entire career and have a love of learning and continuously attend post-graduate training to add to my skillset and knowledge base.


  • Back pain including sciatica

  • Neck & shoulder pain/whiplash

  • Joint pain & stiffness

  • Sports, muscle, tendon and ligament injuries

  • Foot/ knee & hip pain

  • Osteoporosis/bone health

  • Rheumatology/arthritis

  • Post-orthopaedic surgery conditions eg. Joint replacement, shoulder rotator cuff repair, knee meniscal injury.

  • Women’s Health Conditions: ante-natal, post-natal, uro-gynaecological and pelvis/hormonal pain

In the case of rehabilitation following a surgical procedure

protocols are followed for each surgical procedure and liaison with the consultant surgeon is undertaken as necessary. The rehabilitation time frame is very specific to each individual and may involve stretches, strengthening, balance and core rehabilitation.