We are always happy to welcome people of all ages 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.
All members of the team will take the time to listen to you and offer affordable and practical solutions to your problems.
BSc. (Hons) Sports & Exercise Rehabilitation,
Deborah, our resident Physiotherapist & Sports Rehabilitator, is a native of Mitchelstown, Co. Cork.
She qualified in 2009 with a BSc Honours degree in Sports & Exercise Rehabilitation. 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. 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, having previously played both ladies football and camogie with her local club. In the last number of years, Deborah has taken to running and has now completed over 10 half marathons as well as 3 full marathons to day. She also had the fortune of competing internationally in gymnastics as a member of the Irish Youth Gymnastics team.
She 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.
BSc. (Hons) Physiotherapy,
Louise qualified with a BSc (Hons) Degree in Physiotherapy from University College Dublin and has full membership of the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists. Since qualification, she has worked in Private Practice and primary care in both Kilkenny, Waterford and Cork gaining extensive experience in the management of musculoskeletal disorders and sports injuries rehabilitation.
She has maintained a strong commitment to continuing professional development and has undertaken further study in peripheral and spinal musculoskeletal conditions. She has also gained certification in trigger point dry needling, dynamic taping and the prescription of orthotic devices. She has completed pitch-side sports injury intervention and first aid courses and has worked with sports teams at both club and national level.
BSc. (Hons) Sports Rehabilitation and Athletic Therapy,
Aisling qualified with a BSc Honours degree in Sports Rehabilitation and Athletic Therapy in 2017 from the Institute of Technology Carlow, where she developed a variety of diagnostic skills and treatment techniques to help manage a wide range of complaints. She has also completed a two-year Master’s degree in Physiotherapy allowing her to practice in a wider range of areas including Oncology, Parkinson’s Disease and Paediatrics.
She has a huge interest in the management of musculoskeletal and sports injuries and strongly believes in the exercise rehabilitation approach to patient care. She uses a mixture of hands-on treatment techniques alongside patient education and self-management to treat her patients.
Aisling has extensive experience working in sports injuries and has worked with a variety of teams at both club and county level. She has also worked in University College Cork with the Fitzgibbon, Sigerson, O’ Connor Cup and fresher teams. However, as she will say herself nothing beats working with her local GAA club Kilworth over the years!
Aisling also aims to keep herself active, in the past she was a dancer with the Montfort College of Performing Arts. Now she enjoys keeping fit by using the gym and going running. Growing up she had a keen interest in Pilates and has since completed her own Pilates training allowing her to use it to treat her patients and to offer Pilates classes of her own.