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Our Team

Louise Clarke

Clinic Director, Chartered Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist (MISCP) and Clinical Pilates Instructor

Louise has worked in both the public and private sectors since qualifying from the Royal College of Surgeons Ireland in 2004. After spending 4 years completing her rotations in Beaumont Hospital Dublin, Louise moved to Brisbane Australia to complete her Masters. In 2008 Louise received a Masters in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy in The University of Queensland. Here she gained specialised assessment and advanced treatment skills for spinal, shoulder, hip and knee conditions. In the University of Queensland she also obtained a certificate in Dry Needling.

After completing her Masters Louise worked in a private practice where she treated a wide range of Musculoskeletal conditions and taught varying levels of Clinical Pilates. During this time Louise was also involved in tutoring on the Neuro-musculoskeletal Masters course in UCD.

In 2012 Louise returned back to Australia to further develop her training, specifically in Clinical Pilates using equipment such as the Reformer and Combi-chair. She also completed a Clinical Pilates for Pregnancy course.

She is passionate about delivering high quality evidence-based care to her clients. She appreciates the need for short term pain relief and, more importantly, for long term prevention.


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Cliodhna Hoey

Chartered Physiotherapist (MISCP), Women’s Health Physiotherapist (CPWHC), Certified Polestar Pilates Instructor (Studio/Rehabilitation)

Cliodhna graduated with Honours from the Physiotherapy programme at the Hogeschool van Amsterdam in the Netherlands, subsequently spending two and a half years working at St. James’s Hospital, in Dublin, where she gained invaluable experience in all core areas of physio-therapy.

With an additional background as a professional contemporary dancer, Cliodhna learned the benefits of Pilates complimenting physiotherapy. Consequently, she went on to train with the world-leading Polestar Pilates group in both mat work and specialised equipment for rehabilita-tion. She has furthered her Clinical Pilates qualifications with the completion of pre & post-natal Pilates, Women’s Health Pilates and Pilates for neurological conditions.

In recent years, Cliodhna developed a special interest in the field of women’s health. She has completed certificates in both the UK and Ireland which has enabled her to specialise in the assessment and treatment of urinary incontinence, pelvic floor dysfunctions, prolapse, pelvic girdle pain, ante natal and post-natal care including Diastasis Recti rehabilitation.

Cliodhna is a currently a committee board member of the Chartered Physiotherapists in Wom-en’s Health & Incontinence (CPWHC) helping to promote Women’s Health in Ireland.

She is a highly motivated physiotherapist who has a strong personal interest in encouraging and facilitating people return to their optimum physical health.



Sinead Langford

Chartered Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist (MISCP) and Clinical Pilates Instructor

Sinead qualified as a physiotherapist from Trinity College with a first-class honours degree in 2006. She began her career in St James’s Hospital before specialising in musculoskeletal physiotherapy. She has considerable experience in Private Practice in both Ireland and New Zealand as a Physiotherapist and Clinical Pilates Instructor.

In 2015, Sinead completed a Master of Manual Therapy at the University of Western Australia, graduating with distinction and the award for best clinical practice. She has a special interest in sports injuries, in particular, shoulder pathologies, tendinopathies and injury prevention. She has worked previously with the Irish Defence Forces, Riverdance, AIL Rugby and Munster Rugby underage squads.

Sinead has extensive experience in managing spinal, sporting and occupational injuries. Central to Sinead’s approach is accurate diagnosis, patient education and the facilitation of self-management. This is achieved using evidence-based exercise-therapy augmented by manual therapy, dry needling and other modalities as required.