Aidan Woods M.I.S.C.P.
Aidan is currently the Head Physiotherapist with the Olympic Council of Ireland. He was Head Physiotherapist at the London 2012 Games where Ireland had its most successful Olympics in 50
years. Aidan was also selected as physiotherapist with the Irish Olympic teams for Beijing 2008 and Athens 2004.
Aidan competed internationally for 10 years. He represented Ireland at World and European Championships competing for both Athletics Ireland and the Triathlon Ireland.
After graduating he worked with Athletics Ireland and some of our countries top boxers. He moved on
to work with national rugby, rowing and kayaking teams. His own personal involvement in swimming, cycling and Gaelic football has led him to work with athletes from a variety of sports.
Aidan established Pearse Street Physiotherapy Clinic in 2006.
Tadhg graduated from the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland in 2006, and following this he spent 3 years working in Cork University Hospital. He then travelled to Australia and worked with a diversity of patients, ranging from elite sportspeople to busy city workers and people with chronic pain.
In Australia, he also completed training as a Level 3 DMA Clinical Pilates therapist, and is keen on using this cutting-edge treatment method to achieve the best outcomes for his patients here in Ireland.
Tadhg is a keen rugby player having played for Leinster Schools. He is interested in lots of sports, and has provided match day physiotherapy services to UCD Rugby Club, Petersham RUFC in Sydney and the Lloyd McDermott National Indigenous Rugby Team in Australia.
James has played for the Fermanagh senior gaelic football team for 10 years. He captained UCD to the Dublin senior football club title in 2006 and Roslea to back to back Fermanagh senior football club titles in 2010 and 2011.
James has developed his clinical skills focusing on the treatment and rehabilitation of musculoskeletal and sports related injuries. Due to his background in GAA James has a keen interest in pre and post operative rehabilitation and the treatment of recurrent lower limb injuries. He is also experienced in athlete screening to prevent injury. James has worked with GAA players at all levels and has been involved in the rehabiltation of athletes from various sports including soccer and rugby.
James graduated from University College Dublin in 2006. After qualifying he spent six years working in Connolly Hospital, Blanchardstown treating a wide range of muscloskeletal and orthopaedic conditions.
Lynn has a keen interest in sport and has been active all her life, competing in numerous World and European Sailing Championships. Lynn was a member of the Irish 420 Sailing team for four years ranking 1st Irish female and 3rd overall on the Irish circuit.
Lynn graduated with an MSc in Physiotherapy from Queen Margaret University in Edinburgh. While in Edinburgh Lynn studied Pilates completing the Level 2 APPI course which she uses treating patients and for Pilates classes. Lynn also has a BSc in Athletic Therapy and Training from DCU.
While studying Lynn completed an internship in the University of Massachusetts, where she worked with a wide range of sports such as American Football, Ice Hockey, Basketball, Soccer and Diving, among others. Here she gained fantastic experience in sports massage and injury rehabilitation.
She has also worked with Suttonians rugby team and travelled internationally as physiotherapist with the Irish Sailing Youth Academy.
Kate obtained a Masters degree in Physiotherapy from Teeside University, UK having initially completing her BSc (Hons) Physical Education and Mathematics degree in University of Limerick. Kate has also completed studies in Sports and Exercise Psychology at Waterford Institute of Technology. Since qualifying Kate has worked in private practices treating a variety of injuries and conditions.
Kate has an interest in a wide range of sports having represented her county in Gaelic football and played rugby at interprovincial level. Kate is also enjoys playing tennis, golf, running and cycling and generally keeping active.
Since graduating Kate has completed a variety of courses including dry needling, myofascial release techniques, diagnostic ultrasound, sports specific taping, manipulation techniques and pilates. She uses a combination of these in her treatment and rehabilitation of patients.