Angela graduated with a BSc (honours) in physiotherapy from Trinity College Dublin in 2008. On graduating, Angela entered the Irish public health service, and gained 2 years hospital based experience. Having worked in Ennis General hospital, Naas General Hospital, The Beacon Hospital and St.Vincents University Hospital, Angela rotated through respiratory care including ICU, CCU and outpatient based pulmonary and cardiac rehabilitation. She worked in trauma and elective orthopedics at both ward and outpatient level, and worked in neurological rehab including stroke, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, MND and spinal cord injuries.
From 2010-2014, Angela was based in a musculoskeletal outpatient primary care clinic, linked with GP practices in Dublin West, treating all injuries both acute and chronic.
Angela has been working in private practice for the last 3 years- working with occupational injuries, postural issues and sports injuries.
Post graduation qualifications include Stott Pilates training, biomechanical assessment and prescription, medical acupuncture and dry needling and advanced musculoskeletal courses on lumbar spine, SIJ, hip and shoulder complex.
She was the physiotherapist for the Celbridge senior hurling panel from 2012 to 2014 as well as the team physiotherapist for the All Ireland winning U21 Kildare hurlers for 2013, 2014, and has been involved with the FAI, as physiotherapist to the Irish underage soccer development squad.
Angela has recently been appointed as physiotherapist to the women’s senior soccer team.