Qualifications & Education
Emily graduated from the University of Hertfordshire UK with a BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy. She has current membership of the ISCP (Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists) and The Physiotherapy Board of New Zealand. She can use the title Chartered Physiotherapist as soon as her CORU (state) registration is complete, which is in process.
Emily is passionate about learning new skills and has completed additional training in Clinical Pilates, both mat studio equipment, Integrated Dry Needling, Muscle Energy Technique, Thoracic Ring Approach, The Mulligan Concept and Aquatic Physiotherapy to name a few.
Emily has a keen interest in functional rehabilitation and has undertaken a Mentorship with the Institute of Motion.
Emily 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.
During her career to date, Emily has worked in numerous Private Practices, gym based Physiotherapy clinics and Physio led Pilates Studio’s whereby she could take advantage of using the equipment to fast track her clients progress.
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.
- Musculoskeletal Injuries
- Clinical Pilates
- Functional Rehabilitation
- Integrated Dry Needling
- Muscle Energy Technique
- Post-operative Rehabilitation