BSc(Hons) DO (OST)
I studied at the European School of Osteopathy (E.S.O) for four years qualifying as an Osteopath in 2007. Once qualified, I spent a further four years practising in England. During this time, I returned to the E.S.O as an Assistant Lecturer and joined the E.S.O’s Board of Examiners.
In 2010, I moved to Hong Kong where I worked in two multi-disciplinary medical practices (Sutherland Chan Centre and OT&P). While in Hong Kong, I undertook a 2 year Diploma in Traditional Chinese Medicine in Acupuncture. I returned to practice in Ireland in 2016.
BSc(Hons) Msc Ost
I completed my Master’s degree at the prestigious European School of Osteopathy (ESO). My education at ESO has provided me with a diverse range of treatment modalities, including massage techniques, articulation, visceral and cranial treatments, which allows me to tailor my approach to each individual patient’s needs.
My background in engineering, combined with my extensive experience in sports such as rugby, surfing, climbing, and hurling, has given me a unique understanding of the human body and how to effectively treat sports injuries and improve performance. With my holistic approach, I focus on not just the physical symptoms, but also on wider contributors to health. This can include sleep quality, nutrition, and sunlight exposure, to provide a well-rounded approach to patients’ health and wellness.
“The key to a balanced life is maintaining a healthy equilibrium between work and leisure, and between the physical, emotional, and spiritual aspects of our being.” -Deepak Chopra
“Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance, you must keep moving.” -Albert Einstein