About Us

We are always happy to welcome people of all generations to our clinic in Cork City. We do our best to inspire people to make positive changes to their health and lifestyle. Our highly qualified and experienced practitioners use world-leading techniques (including the best of chiropractic and physiotherapy) to ensure the swift and effective resolution of both acute and chronic conditions.

All members of the team will take the time to listen to you and offer affordable and practical solutions to your problems. Please contact us today should you have any questions!

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Our team in 2015


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Deborah O’Mahony

BSc. (Hons) Sports & Exercise Rehabilation, MSc. Physiotherapy, MISCP

Physiotherapist

Deborah, our resident Physiotherapist & Sports Rehabilitator, is a native of Mitchelstown, Co. Cork. Deborah qualified in 2009 with a BSc Honours degree in Sports & Exercise Rehabilitation having previously studied Physiology & Health Science. As part of this degree, Deborah undertook four months of work experience in Philadelphia, where she worked with a variety of elite university athletes and as a result has gained extensive experience in diagnosing, treating and managing a wide range of complaints.

Upon her return from the US, Deborah continued to work with a variety of GAA teams as well as a number of non-sporting patients in her area.

Before coming to work in Cork she completed a two years Masters Degree in Physiotherapy and is now a registered member of The Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists.

The Masters enabled Deborah to gain a wider understanding of the complaints within the general population ranging from children to the elderly.

Deborah herself has a keen interest in sports, playing both ladies football and camogie with her local club. In the last number of years, Deborah has taken to running and has now completed a number of half marathons as well as completing her first full marathon in May 2014. She also had the fortune of competing internationally in gymnastics as a member of the Irish Youth Gymnastics team. Deborah has strong beliefs in patient education and uses a mixture of hands-on and self- management approaches to care. She has a passion for rehabilitation and is very pro-active in her approach to injury rehabilitation and prevention.

She uses a combination of manual techniques, pilates, neural mobilisation, deep tissue massage and trigger point therapy to treat a wide variety of complaints.

Deborah is also certified in kinesiotaping for acute swelling and injury management and sports specific enhancement. The kinesiotaping method is designed to facilitate the body’s natural healing process while allowing support and stability to muscles and joints without restricting the body’s range of motion.

Deborah has also trained with the APPI for physio pilates which is used widely here at the clinic to rehabilitate young and old following back injury. Deborah also runs classes from the clinic on a number of days.


Denise O’Riordan Physio Cork

Denise O’Riordan

BSc. (Hons) Physiotherapy, MISCP

Physiotherapist

Denise graduated from the University of Limerick in 2011 with a BSc (Hons) degree in Physiotherapy. She is a registered member of the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists.

In 2012, Denise began working in an acute hospital in Singapore. During her 2 years here, she worked in the hospital setting, completing rotations in areas such as Neurology/Gerontology, Respiratory/ICU, Orthopaedics and Musculoskeletal/ Outpatients. During this time, she acquired experience in diagnosing, treating and managing a variety of conditions such as sports injuries, whiplash, repetitive strain, arthritis, fibromyalgia, plantar fasciitis, post-operative rehabilitation, stroke rehabilitation, neurological disorders, and chronic pain. It was here that her interest in Pilates and rehabilitation really sparked.

Since her return to Ireland in 2014, Denise has worked within the HSE with both adults and paediatrics presenting with a variety of musculoskeletal, orthopaedic and neurological injuries. She has also continued to work within a private practice setting and teaching Pilates for beginner and intermediate clients. Denise has also worked as a community physiotherapist with Multiple Sclerosis Ireland, designing and instructing individual and group exercise and hydrotherapy classes, as well as working closely with her local GAA and rugby team.

Denise herself has a strong sporting interest, where she continues to play ladies football with her local club, and continues to complete regular 10km and 21km road races. In 2014, she completed her first full marathon. Denise has strong beliefs in patient education and uses a mixture of hands-on and self- management approaches to care.

Denise is fully committed to providing the most advanced and up to date patient centred care for her clients. She uses a combination of manual techniques, pilates, neural mobilisation, deep tissue massage and trigger point therapy to treat a wide variety of complaints. She is keen to keep up-skilling and to continue her professional development. Denise is a qualified APPI Pilates instructor and has experience in running classes for clients with low back pain, SIJ dysfunction and core instability. She has also conducted pre and post-natal pilates classes. She has a keen interest in playing sports - running, gym and playing camogie for Naas GAA club.

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