I graduated from University College Dublin in 2001 with a BSc Degree in Physiotherapy with 2nd class honours (2:1 hons).
I graduated from the University College of Limerick in 2013 with an MSc in Physiotherapy (Paediatrics focus) with first class honours (1:1 hons).
I am a Bobath/NDT certified physiotherapist and highly specialised in the assessment and management of children with neurodevelopmental conditions such as Cerebral Palsy.
I am qualified in the assessment and diagnosis of a variety of walking/gait patterns in children having worked and participated in research in the only clinical gait analysis laboratory (CRC Gait Laboratory) in Ireland.
I have undertaken, presented and published research in the areas of childhood disability, physical activity and participation.
I have attended various courses on infant and child development. I have a special interest in gross motor development in babies and children, fundamental movement skills, physical activity and fitness in children.
I am a mother of four young children which has given me along with my continuing education, research and clinical experience, a valuable insight into childhood play, development, daily routines and the unique demands of parenting.