At Skerries Physiotherapy Clinic, we love physiotherapy. And we love helping people to get better.
Our goal is to deliver the very best care to you, using the very best skills, knowledge and treatment methods. There is very little that we haven’t seen or treated, and, with many specialties under the one roof, you can trust that the right physiotherapist for you is here.
Cathy qualified from Trinity College Dublin, where she did her B.Sc. in Physiotherapy and her M.Sc in Sports Medicine. Cathy also did a Certificate in Orthopaedic Manual Therapy in Curtain University in Perth, Australia. Cathy has worked with National and International Athletes both in Ireland and Australia. She has worked with International Athletes in many sports, including rugby, soccer, gymnastics, cycling, swimming & diving.
Cathy also trained as a Vestibular Rehabilitation Therapist in London in 2013, assessing and treating all forms of vertigo.
Specialist Areas: Sports Medicine, Spinal Rehabilitation, Vestibular Rehabilitation.
Sinéad de Freitas
Sinéad graduated in 2000 from Trinity College Dublin with a B.Sc. in Physiotherapy. After working in teaching hospitals in both Ireland and New Zealand she then specialised for many years in Paediatric Neurology, working in Dublin and the UK. More details available on her website: www.physio4kids.ie.
In more recent years she found she had a particular interest in Women’s Health and trained to also specialise in this area.
Specialist Areas: Paediatric Neurology, Women’s Health.
Laura graduated in 2008 from UCD with an honours degree and since then has been working in various different sectors of physiotherapy. Her main areas of expertise are musculoskeletal, respiratory physiotherapy and education.
She currently works as a clinical tutor for UCD where she lectures on the graduate entry physiotherapy programme.
Specialist Areas: Respiratory Rehabilitation
Hilary graduated from UCD with a B.Sc. in Physiotherapy and then gained an M.Sc. in Science, Sports and Exercise Medicine in Trinity College Dublin. She has worked International athletes in her work with the Welsh Soccer Teams and the IRFU. She is passionate about providing the same level of care to recreational athletes as she does to the international athletes that she treats.
Aline graduated in 2008 from UNOCHAPECO in Brazil with B.Sc. in Physiotherapy. After working in Brazil for several years in different sectors of Physiotherapy, she moved to Ireland and became a CORU registered Chartered Physiotherapist. She also gained a PgDip in Rheumatology from University of South Wales.
Specialist Areas: Musculoskeletal and pain management.