Niamh qualified with an Honours Bachelor of Science Degree in Physiotherapy in Trinity College Dublin in 1998 and has worked for the past 18 years as a Chartered Physiotherapist mainly in musculoskeletal physiotherapy, musculoskeletal rehabilitation, and sports injuries.

Niamh’s clinical expertise started in St James Hospital, Dublin and has been followed by six years working as a Junior and Senior Physiotherapist at the Bon Secours Hospital Cork, where she acquired experience in the various clinical regions of physiotherapy. For the previous 12 years Niamh, has worked in private practice getting more specialised in musculoskeletal physiotherapy handling a diverse clinical workload.

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Niamh has a curiosity about biomechanical evaluation of the foot and lower limb, and it has engaged in several postgraduate courses within this field resulting in an experience in the treatment of the casted and non-customised orthotic devices. She also has an interest in the rehabilitation of shoulder injuries, both the operative and surgical and has undertaken several classes to further develop her abilities in this region.

Niamh has qualified as both a Myofascial Trigger Point Dry Needling clinician and also a licensed Kinesio Taping Technique professional having completed the mandatory training in both specialties. She’s also frequently requested to prepare detailed medico legal reports on the Courts in regard to personal injury cases.

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Elmwood Physiotherapy Clinic is situated at Elmwood Medical Centre, a modern purpose built facility that brings together a plethora of health and allied health professionals offered from the local community. The physiotherapy service in the health care center was established in 2010 by Aoife Bourke, a native of Glanmire Co.. Cork.

Diarmuid Horgan, a Clare man, now living locally in Douglas took on the physiotherapy services in the end of 2014. Diarmuid is a part of the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists (MISCP), which demands a university established BSc. He followed with additional study and research using post-graduate qualifications in Musculoskeletal Therapy and a MSc.

He finished research on manual handling training as part of the masters in the University of Limerick. Diarmuid has also finished post-graduate level training in biomechanical examination, pain science, strength & conditioning and dry needling. Diarmuid has worked in many different health care settings, from community established in personal practice and nursing homes to hospital and also onsite occupational health at the work area.