Graduated from Queen Margaret University in Edinburgh. Has worked in several private practice clinics in both Ireland and the U.K. Has a wide range of experience working with a number of sports and governing bodies at elite level including the FAI, Tennis Ireland, Federation Cup, Dublin Hurling, Killester Basketball and Division 1 Scottish Rugby. He is currently Head Physiotherapist for the Dublin Institute of Technology Elite Sports Scholarship Athlete Program. Additional post-graduate training includes Dry Needling Techniques, Spinal Manipulation, Functional Movement Screening, Kinesio Taping and Advanced Emergency On Field Care. David played professional tennis, representing Ireland in the Davis Cup. One of his main areas of clinical interest is exercise rehabilitation and he is a member of both the National Strength and Conditioning Association and the Chartered Physiotherapists in Sport and Exercise Medicine.
Derek qualified from Salford University in 2006. He has interests in Sports Specific Rehabilitation, Movement Dysfunction, Pre and Post-surgery Rehabilitation in addition to being a Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist. Derek is a former Professional Squash Player, having competed on the PSA World Tour for 12 years where he reached a high of No.7 in the World Rankings. Derek is the Lead Physiotherapist and Medical Co-ordinator for the Professional Squash Association. He has previously worked as Physiotherapist for the Dublin Senior Camogie Team and currently works with a variety of athletes from Golf, Tennis, Squash, Triathlon and GAA.
Caitlín McDonald - Senior PhysiotherapistMISCP, BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy: Specialising in MSK and Women's Health Physio
Caitlin is a Chartered Physiotherapist and graduate of University College Dublin. She has experience working in the areas of musculoskeletal pain, sports injuries and womens health physio. Additional Postgraduate training includes Dry Needling Techniques, Sports injury certifications and Women’s Health Training. Alongside Caitlin’s private practice commitments, she is currently undertaking a PhD in stroke rehabilitation at University College Dublin. As a competitive runner and ex-international triathlete Caitlin’s main area of clinical interest is exercise rehabilitation in the treatment of sports-related injuries as well as other common musculoskeletal problems.
Flavia Moscardini - Consultant PhysiotherapistMISCP, BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy: Specialising in MSK and Women's Health Physio
Flávia is a Chartered Physiotherapist who graduated with a BSc in Physiotherapy in 2009 from the University of Franca, Brazil. She specialises in the treatment of musculoskeletal disorders and womens health physio with a wealth of experience working in private practice in Ireland and Brazil. She is certified in a number of physiotherapeutic treatments and her treatment repertoire includes manual techniques, exercise prescription and neurokinetic therapy. Before coming to Ireland, Flávia practiced physiotherapy in Brazil specialising in musculoskeletal related pain, ergonomic assessment and clinical pilates. Since relocating to Ireland she has worked solely in private practice treating sports injuries and musculoskeletal related pain.
Andreea Cristina Hedes is a professional sports massage therapist and a Pilates instructor. She trained in Dublin, successfully achieving Level 3 and Level 4 ITEC sports massage therapy certificates and Level 1 and 2 Pilates mat instructor certificates with Bodyfirm Pilates, Dublin. She works with a wide variety of clients, ranging from the elite level athlete to the everyday office worker and has gained extensive experience working in a number of gyms throughout Dublin.
Eimear graduated from UCD with an undergraduate degree in Physiotherapy in 2020. Following this she completed her masters in Sports and Exercise Medicine in Trinity College Dublin in 2021. She is also a qualified Pilate’s instructor and previously led classes for runners and for the older population.
Eimear has a keen interest in the area of musculoskeletal physiotherapy with a specific interest in female athletes. Her master’s thesis focused on relative energy deficiency in athletes, a condition that is prevalent in many young female athletes. Eimear is an accomplished runner having previously captained UCD Athletes club in 2019-2020. She has ran many international marathons and recently her first sub 3 hour marathon in Wales. This has given Eimear a strong strength and conditioning background which facilitates injury prevention and rehabilitation. She also plays golf and GAA and works as a physiotherapist for her local GAA team to cover matches when she is home in Sligo.
Bill KellyMISCP, BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy: University College Dublin
Bill is a Chartered Physiotherapist and a graduate of University College Dublin. He has experience in both the public and private sector having worked in one of Dublin’s large teaching hospitals dealing with postoperative management of conditions with cohorts of all ages He has worked with soccer, rugby and GAA teams providing pitchside cover. He has completed post-graduate training in Pilates and Dry Needling. As an avid GAA player Bill has a keen interest in sports-related injuries and strength and conditioning.
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