I graduated from University College Dublin in 2005 with a B. Sc Physiotherapy (Hons) degree. Once I completed my degree I returned to Cork and worked as a Junior Physiotherapist at the Bons Secours hospital Cork for two years enjoying rotations through respiratory, neurology, the ICU, orthopaedics and outpatients. I truly enjoyed working in musculoskeletal care. I decided to up sticks and set my sites on New Zealand and Australia, where sport and physiotherapy are central to people’s health and well-being. I worked in several practices in the few years I spent between the two countries. The experience abroad was extremely rewarding and enriching. I worked alongside titled Musculoskeletal Physiotherapists, who provided me mentorship and challenged my thinking. I worked in a clinic which ran controlled trials from the local University of Queensland, which was fascinating to measure the effectiveness and impact of Physiotherapy on various conditions. I returned to Cork with this experience and have enjoyed managing Blackpool Physiotherapy Clinic since 2013. I have completed post graduate Certificates in Sports Physiotherapy (University of Bath) and Orthopaedic Manual Therapy (Perth, Australia). I am a practicing member of the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists and I am committed to continuing my professional development.