Sinead graduated with her Physiotherapy MSc in 2013 after studying in Manchester and Galway. She completed her core rotations in the NHS developing skills in areas of respiratory, neurology, orthopaedics and musculoskeletal injuries. In 2013 she undertook training with the Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute (APPI) enabling her to become a Physiotherapist teaching Pilates to a wide range of clients from beginners to advanced level as well as developing an interest in women’s heath with her ante and post-natal groups. Her personal experience of the benefits of Pilates-based rehabilitation programmes following sporting injuries ensures she can transfer this knowledge and skills to her clients.
Sinead has completed many post-graduate CPD courses including kinesoptaping, acupuncture, dry needling, real time ultrasound and pelvic pain (Dr. Ruth Jones) alongside study days and national conferences run by the POGP. Most recently she has completed the Mummy MOT (Maria Elliot) course offering a bespoke and tailored post-natal assessment and rehabilitation programme to all mums no matter what age to ensure a safe return to activity and function. She was proud to have been selected for a training scholarship by PINC and STEEL Cancer Rehabilitation Trust which is due to complete shortly. She has a wide variety of musculoskeletal experience and continues to work with sports teams at various levels of competition.