Pelvic Floor Dysfunction
Aoibhín McGreal is a clinical specialist physiotherapist in pelvic floor dysfunction. She qualified from University College Dublin with an honours degree and went on to complete masters level training in bladder and bowel dysfunction in the University of Bradford.
Aoibhín has worked in private practice in Kildare and Wicklow for 10 years. She also works in Beacon Hospital, Dublin. Her areas of interest include pelvic pain and sexual dysfunction, male and female incontinence and pregnancy related conditions.
Aoibhín is a keen ambassador of women’s and men’s health physiotherapy and has presented at conferences both nationally and internationally. She is a regular contributor on local radio including KFM Radio in Kildare and Newstalk and is the expert physiotherapist on the popular pregnancy and parenting website, www.eumom.ie .
Caroline Gavin completed her physiotherapy masters degree from Queen Margaret University College in 2005, after studying Science and Anatomy in NUI Galway. In the years since, she has qualified as a modified Pilates instructor and a PINC cancer rehabilitation therapist.
She initially worked in acute hospitals and in 2008 she began working in private practice. Her areas of interest include pregnancy related conditions, male and female incontinence and pelvic pain. She specialises in pregnancy and postnatal exercise and rehab. She also teaches modified Pilates classes to ante and postnatal ladies and to those managing back/neck pain, osteoporosis and post-operative conditions.
As well as helping people get to the root of their ongoing niggles, aches and pains, she loves seeing patients in the early stages after an injury or an operation. She works with individuals using dry needling, massage and exercise therapy to alleviate tension and pain. She enjoys helping people get the basics of their rehabilitation right so that they can get back to doing what they love.
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