Therese qualified in 1992 with a BSc (Honours) Physiotherapy from University of East London. In 1997, she attained a Masters Degree in Sports Medicine from Trinity College Dublin. In 2003, Therese attended long term residential teacher training course in the Sivananda Ashram in the Catskill Mountains outside New York and qualified as a Yoga Teacher.
During the past ten years Therese became a Deep Dry Needling prachtioner under the Travell & Simons Approach. Therese is a Functional Movement Screen and Selective Functional Movement Expert completing her training in both London and Amsterdam. In the past few years Therese trained as a Pilates Instructor, and has introduced the Pilates Reformer into her clinic.
Therese has a particular interest in chronic pain and unresponding injuries and recently introduced the highly progressive Shockwave Therapy into the clinics. Therese owns and operates two Premier County Physiotherapy Clinics, one in Templemore and the other in Thurles. Therese is married with three children and her hobbies are walking, Pilates and Yoga.
Eibhlis is a Chartered Physiotherapist and member of the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists (ISCP). Eibhlis graduated with a Bachelor of Science Honours Degree (BSc Hons) from the University of Limerick in 2011.Eibhlis also works as a chartered physiotherapist in University Hospital Waterford. Eibhlis has completed courses in Sports Traumatology, Mysofascial Trigger Point Pain, Deep Dry Needling, Mulligans Mobilisations and APPI Pilates Matwork. Her clinical interests include sports injuries and injury prevention.
Eibhlis has worked with a number of GAA teams. Her personal interests include G.A.A, playing music and reading. She has represented her club, Ballymacarbry and Waterford at all levels in Ladies Football. Last year she captained her club senior team to win a county title.
Joanne was awarded her Honors Bachelor of Science Degree in Physiotherapy from the University of Limerick in 2012. Subsequently, Joanne commenced her PhD Degree with a research focus on the feasibility and benefit of Irish set dancing for people with Parkinson’s disease. Joanne has presented her work at national and international conferences and published in prestigious evidence-based journals entitled “Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation” and “Complementary Therapies in Clinical Practice”.
Since qualifying as a physiotherapist, Joanne has completed a training course in acupuncture along with several specialist courses in shoulder rehabilitation, sports taping, balance rehabilitation and European guidelines for physiotherapists on Parkinson’s disease. Joanne is also a Certified Functional Movement Screen Specialist, a Balance Health Practitioner in Systematic Kinesiology and has acted as a teaching assistant on the undergraduate Physiotherapy programme in the University of Limerick. Her special interests include dance and sports injuries and prevention, functional fitness training, physical activity promotion, rheumatology, care of the older person and Parkinson’s disease.
Majella is a chartered physiotherapist and qualified in 2010. She has trained in biomechanics. Majella also is a qualified STOTT pilates instructor, both doing mat level work and Barre pilates. Specialised courses include deep dry needling and kinesio taping.
In the last year Majella advanced her study in women’s health physiotherapy. She also teaches pre and post natal exercises. She is a baby infant massage instructor and is a member of IAIM.
Majella has worked as a pitch side physiotherapist, working with Kilkenny hurling teams and Tipperary Camogie team.
Majella in her spare time enjoys running, camogie and football.