Prior to moving to Taranaki in 2016, I was working in private practice in Balclutha, also covering the small rehabilitation hospital where I was involved in a falls prevention programme and Parkinson’s exercise class.
I have worked with rugby teams at club and provincial levels since 2011 in Dunedin, Christchurch, and Taranaki.
I grew up in Tipperary, in Ireland and studied my physiotherapy degree in the University of Limerick. I volunteered in exercise promotion with various specific groups during my study.
I worked in Ireland in a general hospital for two and a half years, both with inpatients and outpatients covering a wide range of respiratory, rehabilitation, falls and balance, neurological, MSK and care of the elderly physiotherapy.
I worked with GAA teams at home in Ireland and with Spotswood United premier team.
And everything New Zealand has to offer as my new home!