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Our Full Time Team

Judy Murphy, Dip Physio., MISCP. Lic. Ac.

Judy is a graduate of Trinity College Dublin and has many years experience in physiotherapy. She has post graduate qualifications in Sports Medicine and she is a fully Licenced Acupuncturist and Stott Pilates instructor. She works both in the Health Service in Dublin as a Senior Clinical Specialist in Occupational Health Physiotherapy as well as practicing in her own clinic. Judy has also been involved in a professional and voluntary capacity with many teams and organisations including the Dublin Senior Football Team, Special Olympics World Summer Games, the Olympic Clay Pigeon Shooting Team, and Dublin Ladies Football Teams at various age groups. She has experience in the following areas:

Judy has also been involved in a professional and voluntary capacity with many teams and organisations including the Dublin Senior Football Team, Special Olympics World Summer Games, the Olympic Clay Pigeon Shooting Team, and Dublin Ladies Football Teams at various age groups.

Sandra Kelly. MISCP., MSc., BSc.OT

Sandra graduated from Queen Mary University College Edinburgh with a Masters in Physiotherapy. She had originally graduated from Trinity College Dublin as an Occupational Therapist in 2003 before commencing a career in Physiotherapy.
Sandra has completed a Post Graduate Certificate in shoulder injuries, she is a Level 1 Matwork Pilates Instructor and is currently completing a Post-Graduate Manual Therapy Masters through Manchester Metropolian University. Sandra has extensive experience in treating a large variety of musculoskeletal problems and sports injuries including specialist experience in treating shoulder, knee and spinal injuries. She has worked in the NHS in the UK, working closely with orthopaedic surgeons and other specialist physiotherapists to develop regional pathways of care for Total Knee Replacements and Osteoarthritis of the knees. She also worked closely with the Pain Clinic and spinal surgeons to develop appropriate care for the management of low back pain. Sandra has formerly worked with Bray Wanderers FC and runs her own Hydrotherapy service (water based Physiotherapy).

Oisine Hannan, BSc., MISCP

Oisine graduated from Trinity College Dublin and has extensive experience, including previously running her own private practice. She too has worked in Sports Physiotherapy and is a Level 1 Tennis Ireland Coach. She has undertaken extensive post graduate courses since qualification as a physiotherapist and is also a Licenced Acupuncturist. She also lectures on the Post Graduate Acupuncture Course run by the Medical School in UCD. Oisine has a special interest in Women's Health and provides a Physiotherapy service for females with: Continence difficulties; Overactive bladder/urgency; Post childbirth muscle problems; Pelvic Girdle Pain.

Blanaid Coveney, MSc., MISCP., M.Clin.Epi

Blanaid graduated from Trinity College Dublin with a B.Sc in Physiotherapy with distinction and worked for several years in public hospitals and private practice in Ireland. She moved to Adelaide, where she attended the University of South Australia. Here she completed her Masters of Applied Science in Manipulative Therapy. She worked in clinical practice in the Goldfields region of Western Australia and also in South Australia. On returning to Ireland she continued working clinically with Musculoskeletal and Orthopaedic patients in Galway before joining the team in Castleknock in 2013. She has a special interest in persistent pain and has assisted Dr David Butler on the Mobilisation of the Nervous System and Graded Motor Imagery (GMI) courses with the Neuro Orthopaedic Institute (NOI). She has an ongoing interest in Pain Science and Epidemiology, recently completing her Masters in Clinical Epidemiology from the University of Newcastle, NSW. She is currently a reviewer for the journal Physiotherapy Research International. As a regular writer for the International pain blog "noijam.com" her posts include such diverse topics as "Untangling the Myths of Red Hair" and the majesty of the London Taxi driver's brain. She is undergoing accreditation to become an instructor on the Faculty of the NOI. This shall include teaching on courses such as Explain Pain, Graded Motor Imagery and Mobilisation of the Neuroimmune system. Blanaid's specialist interest is in the education and treatment of patients with persistent and chronic pain states.

Natalie Mangan - Clinic Manager

Natalie is the first point of contact for clients. She is responsible for diary management and the efficient running of the clinic on a daily basis.

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