Emma graduated from UCD in 2007 with an Honour’s degree in Physiotherapy. Over the past 15 years she has worked in various private practices in Dublin and Louth, as well as some of the leading private and public hospitals in Dublin, working closely with GP’s and Consultants throughout her career to achieve the best bespoke outcome for her patients.
Emma prides herself on updating her clinical skills and knowledge regularly. She completed a Masters in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy in UCD recently. Her next large investment to continual professional development was in May 2019 where she undertook her Strength & Conditioning Coaching Cert.
Emma is a fully licensed Chartered Physiotherapist and is a member of the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists. She is fully CORU registered.
Areas of Interest & Specialities:
A strong clinical area of interest for Emma’s is Spinal pain. This area is such a passion of Emma’s that she conducted research in 2017 regarding ‘Patient Management of Chronic Low Back Pain’, which she presented at a Physiotherapy conference in 2017. Emma is the lead therapist in the development of the Back Pain Service in Dublin South West. This service is affiliated with Tallaght University Hospital’s Back Pain Screening Clinic.
Another huge passion and clinical speciality of Emma’s is Pelvic Health. Emma is the lead clinical chartered physiotherapist for the Pelvic Health Clinic (Women & Men) in Dublin South West. Emma has an affiliated role with the pelvic health service in Tallaght University Hospital and would have vast experience in management of a range of women’s and men’s pelvic health, pregnancy and post-partum related conditions.
Emma has specialised in areas of paediatric care over the past decade, such as foot pain, musculoskeletal pain, sports related injuries and baby neurodevelopment. Working in paediatric clinics for over a decade Emma has gained the specialised post graduate training, experience and competence to address these issues in a safe and successful manner.
Emma also treats patients with Lymphoedema. Emma’s expertise and years of expertise aid her patients to optimise limb volume so the patient can regain their independence once more.
At Old Bawn Physiotherapy Clinic, Emma offers the specialised service of Vertigo Physiotherapy treatment. Through specialised techniques Emma helps to restore the inner ear balance, and return the body’s equilibrium to normal, therefore letting her patients return to their normal life.
Contact us today to book an appointment at our Old Bawn Physiotherapy Clinic, email us at [email protected] or call us on 01 9069566.