Daniel - Consultant Physio
Daniel is a graduate of Trinity College, Ireland, where he received degrees in Physiotherapy and Physiology and was awarded a highly prestigious scholarship during his Physiotherapy education. Daniel specializes in musculoskeletal physiotherapy that includes injuries resulting from car accidents, sports, surgeries, and common aches such as muscle and joint pains.
Daniel creates individualized treatment plans tailored to each patients specific needs based on hands-on manual therapy techniques and exercises prescription to allow his patients to reach their goals as fast as possible. Depending on your injury requirements Daniel may also use dry needling, electrotherapy, taping and ergonomic or postural advice to aid in your rehabilitation.
In Daniel’s spare time he like to keep fit by taking part in sports such as soccer, cycling, running, swimming and weight training. Daniel was previously a competitive rugby player until University level. He has now switched his focus to triathlons, and completed his first Ironman in 2019.
Dalton - Senior Physio
Dalton is from Littleton, Colorado and moved to Dublin in 2017 to pursue a Professional Masters degree in Physiotherapy at University College Dublin, where he graduated with honours. For his undergraduate degree, he received an academic and athletic scholarship to play lacrosse at the University of Tampa where he also graduated with honours. He also received his Personal Training qualification following his degree in Tampa, Florida.
In Dalton’s time as a student-athlete in Tampa he gained invaluable experience as a patient in multiple musculoskeletal clinics after enduring four knee injuries and undergoing three knee surgeries (3 anterior cruciate ligament reconstructions). These experiences have shaped Dalton to become an empathetic practitioner to all patient populations.
In his spare time, Dalton likes to stay in shape by weight training, hiking, and cycling. Dalton was previously a collegiate lacrosse player and he remains passionate for sports by continuing to play basketball and football.
Jonathan - Senior Physio
Jonathan is from Terenure, Dublin. He graduated from UCD with a first-class honours degree in both Physiotherapy and Health and Performance Science. During the final years of his college education, Jonathan worked in the UCD Exercise Physiology Lab and investigated elite human performance by conducting V02 max tests, blood lactate tests and DEXA scan tests.
Jonathan is a certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (NSCA) and Personal Trainer (NSCA). Jonathan also holds certification in Dry Needling. Jonathan has previously worked with GAA teams as well as a Strength and Conditioning Coach in a boutique gym in Churchtown. Jonathan specialises in Sports and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy and draws from his knowledge of Sports Science and Strength and Conditioning when creating rehabilitation programs for his clients.
Jonathan enjoys weight training and sea swimming in his spare time. Jonathan plays a number of sports including athletics, rugby and tennis.
Amanda - Senior Physio
Amanda is from Cayucos, California and moved to Dublin in late 2020. She completed a Doctorate of Physiotherapy program at Franklin Pierce University in the United States and worked in an private practice in San Francisco. For her undergraduate degree, she attended the University of California – Davis and received a bachelors degree in exercise biology. While attending university she was a member of the Triathlon Team, Club Soccer team, and volunteered at the UC Davis Medical Center.
Amanda became a chartered physiotherapist in 2021 and became a board certified Orthopaedic Clinical Specialist in the USA. She draws on her lifelong participation in sport and previous clinical experience to treat every patient individually to meet their goals. She is particularly interested in the rehabilitation of the endurance athlete and manual therapy.
In Amanda’s spare time she has competed in marathons and half Ironman races. Amanda also likes to hiking and play football. She frequents the Wicklow Mountains and loves to explore the many natural wonders of Ireland.
Aoife - Office Administrator
Aoife is our Office Administrator in the clinic. She has graduated from Social Care and is currently studying Fashion Buying and Merchandising. Aoife has previously won several awards for providing excellent customer service and being a hard worker.
Aoife's role involves the everyday running of the clinic. She helps manage appointments for clients as well as assisting them with any questions or queries that they may have. Aoife provides excellent levels of customer service ensuring that every client who attends the clinic is provided with the best level of care.
Aoife has also attended the Lourdes Pilgrimage on multiple occasions with the Oblate Youth Service where she provided excellent levels of care. Physiotherapy runs in Aoife's family, with her mother and brother having worked in the field.
Aoife is an active member of St. Vincent's GAA club in Marino where she has played camogie for most of her life. In her free time Aoife enjoys running, attending the gym and swimming.
Niamh G - Receptionist
Niamh is our Receptionist in the clinic. She is currently studying Agricultural Science in UCD and is majoring in animal and crop production. Niamh devotes her time to coaching hockey and working as a Peer Mentor for new students in UCD.
Niamh's role in the clinic is to help in the evening with the running of the clinic and offering clients the best possible service. She will be answering the phone, taking payments and assisting patients in any needs they have.
Niamh has always been involved in sport since she was young. She is currently playing with the UCD women's hockey club and has been involved in showjumping for 13 years and is actively involved in working with horses. Niamh has taken part in the Dublin Horse Show in 2013.
Niamh M - Receptionist
Niamh M is also a receptionist in the clinic. She is currently studying Agricultural Science in UCD and is majoring in Animal Science. Volunteering is important to her. She was a volunteer at the World Meetings of a Families in Phoenix park in 2018, helped raise money for charities such as the HOPE foundation, Teach Tom, and Kiss goodbye to MS just to name a few.
Niamh’s role in the clinic is similar to Niamh G. These include answering the phone, assisting patients with any queries they may have and dealing with admin issues.
Niamh likes to spend her spare time in the gym, playing football with UCD or spending time in the outdoors. She has a keen interest in animals which has driven her choice in college course. She is passionate about science which allowed her to take part in BT young scientist exhibition in 2017.