Anna O’Hare (MISCP)
Anna O’Hare completed her degree in physiotherapy in Trinity College Dublin in 2017. Prior to this she had qualified with the NCEF from University of Limerick back in 2006. She has worked extensively as a fitness professional with a wide range of individuals. This has seen here treat and work with specific requirements per patient and it was this aspect of healthcare that led her to purse her career in physiotherapy. As each physiotherapy patient is treated on a case-by-case basis (because there is no one size fits all treatment); this aligns with Anna’s education, experience and interests. Having completed her clinical training with Trinity College, Anna has gained further experience working with the complex geriatric patients, post-stroke patients, orthopaedic patients and the the falls rehabilitation patient cohort. She has also worked in Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s care which involved group exercise classes therefore having experience with exercise therapy.
Anna has a keen interest in musculoskeletal disorders and tendinopathy and has moved into private practice to focus her clinical skills within these areas. Outside of her career, she has an avid interest in strength and conditioning and overall fitness. She has competed in the RIBBF (Republic of Ireland Body Building Federation) body building competitions. She is also the very proud owner of two mischievous horses and enjoys trail riding, dressage and show jumping with them. Anna is also a qualified Pilates instructor and regularly practices yoga. Anna works from both our Butterfield and Carrickmines clinics in Dublin.
Call us on 015310007 to book an appointment with Anna.
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