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Chartered Physiotherapist (MISCP/ MCPPP) BSc Anatomy, BSc Physio, MSc Sport and Exercise Physiotherapy
Eimear, a native of Maynooth, is a fully qualified and licenced Chartered Physiotherapist. She obtained her degree from Kings College London in 2006. Previous to this Eimear received First Class Honours BSc Anatomy from NUI
Galway in 2003. In 2014 Eimear received the prestigious Mary Costello Gold Medal for outstanding student in MSc Sport and Exercise Physiotherapy.
Post qualification Eimear has worked as a junior physiotherapist in Guys and St Tomas NHS Trust in London and since 2009 has worked in private practice both in London and Ireland. Eimear has covered various rotations in orthopaedic (elective and trauma), musculoskeletal, hydrotherapy, back stability, acute neurology, respiratory and intensive care. Her main interest is sports and rehabilitation. Eimear has over 10 years’ experience with various sporting teams and disciplines including:
Eimear is also qualified in acupuncture, biomechanical assessment, running gait biomechanics, womens health, level 1 strength and conditioning and has Level 2 Sports Physiotherapy Accreditation.
Outside of the clinic Eimear has a keen interest in cycling, running and triathlons. Whilst living in London Eimear was involved with Croydon Camogie Club and to this day still has strong links with the club. In 2014 Eimear completed the inaugural Console Cycle from Celbridge to Galway (200km cycle) and since then has also completed the 2015 and 2016 cycles. In August 2015 Eimear debuted in and crossed the finish line of the inaugural 70.3 Dublin Half Ironman. Since then she has completed a further 2 half ironman races and is already signed up for her 4th! in 2018 Eimear completed her first full distance Ironman in Barcelona. In early 2017 Eimear summited the top of Mount Kilimanjaro and has been bitten by the hiking bug.
Watch out for more adventures from Eimear…..
Chartered Physiotherapist (MISCP) BSc Physio, CORU registered
Elaine completed her undergraduate degree with honours at the Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen and made her way straight to New Zealand where she has worked in private practice as a musculoskeletal physiotherapist. Originally from Maynooth, Elaine recently returned from overseas with her kiwi husband and their ray-of-sunshine 1-year old daughter.
Prior to returning to Ireland Elaine worked at a Sports Medicine clinic in Wellington as part of a multidisciplinary team, alongside sports physicians, podiatrists, massage therapists, orthopaedic surgeons and strength and conditioning specialists. Elaine is currently working towards my PG Masters in Sports Physiotherapy through the University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand.
Elaine is passionate about health, fitness and wellbeing and after becoming a mum for the first-time last year is now acutely aware of the importance of having a healthy work-life balance. A keen mountain biker, trail runner, cricket and hockey player. She has dipped her toes into various challenges including half-Ironman’s, night running, mountain biking by headlight and also dabbles in snowboarding when gets the chance.
Elaine has a special interest in shoulder injuries and conditions as well as knee rehabilitation but can treat a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions having worked in 3 very busy private practices over the past 9 years. She incorporates evidence-based research, hands on manual therapy including dry needling and exercise prescription into treatment sessions to deliver best practice and strive for optimal recovery from pain and injury.
Elaines’ sporting experience includes:
Elaine has Sports Physio New Zealand level 1 promotion and prescription of physical activity and exercise, and is experienced with running biomechanical assessment and load management of professional and