Aisling is a specialist Musculoskeletal and Pelvic health physiotherapist who has experience working in both Ireland and the UK. After graduating from Trinity College with Hons(BSc) Aisling started her career in private practice in Dublin. Here she developed her passion for Spinal Rehab and Women’s Health. She completed post graduate studies in Urinary Incontinence, Pilates, and Strength and Conditioning.
In 2018, Aisling was Head Physiotherapist of a medical team who helped 12 teenagers with scoliosis to climb Kilimanjaro. The team were awarded patient education project of the year by the Irish Health Care awards 2019. She then moved to London to work as a Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist for Pure Sports Medicine.
Seeing female athletes of all levels, Aisling recognized the lack of emphasis on pelvic health in the rehab process and decided to study further. In 2021, Aisling became a Mummy MOT® training tutor and teaches post-natal rehabilitation and recovery, educating physios, osteopaths and other healthcare professionals. She has also set up a pelvic health service at Pure Sports Medicine in Kensington.
Her main goal is to help as many women as possible to become confident in their body through exercise.
Running Injuries, Lower Limb Injuries, Womens Health, Post Natal Care, Spinal Pain, Post-Surgical Rehabilitation, Pregnancy, Hip pain, Relative Energy Deficiency (REDs), Endometriosis, Incontinence and Prolapse
Running, Dance, Pilates, Gymnastics, Yoga, Hiking, Endurance Sports and Gaelic Football
Rehab Rooms, Trinity College Dublin Rugby and Hurling teams, Pure Sports Medicine and Mummy MOT clinics
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