Graduating from the University of Limerick in 2011, with a BSc Hons in Physiotherapy, Julianne then completed her MSc in Research. This body of work has published articles in The British Journal of Sports Medicine and presented her research at numerous National and International conferences, including the International Olympic Committee (IOC) in Injury and Illness in Sport 2014. Julianne has previously worked with the Irish High Performance Boxing Unit for 5+ years, providing independent physiotherapy support at the First Inaugural European Games in Baku 2015, European and World Championships and The Olympic Games in Rio 2016. Since then she worked along the Irish senior men’s hockey squad at training camps, European Championships and World Cup in Bhubaneswar, India 2018. Julianne now splits her time between Sport Ireland Institute (working across multiple Olympic sports in preparation for Tokyo 2020) and her role in Sandycove Physiotherapy. As she has worked in private practice since graduation she is always developing her skills and interest in Musculoskeletal and Vestibular Physiotherapy.
Julianne has completed numerous professional courses including; Myofascial trigger point therapy, Dry Needling, Donatelli’s shoulder, Vestibular Rehab (paedatric and adult), Return to Play (injury & concussion), Sports Traumatology to name a few. A keen sports woman, her background includes swimming, soccer, kickboxing and sky diving. Current interests include tag rugby, yoga and Crossfit! Julianne believes strongly in educating a person regarding their injury/ cause of pain and using a multi modal approach in their rehabilitation. Julianne is always motivated by her clients whether they are a “weekend warrior”, golf fanatic, dizzy or fuzzy headed, every person gets an individualised approach in their recovery to full fitness/ health.
MSc. BSc. MISCP Chartered Physiotherapist & Clinic Manager