Eric Wolfe is a member of the Irish Chartered Society of Physiotherapy. He graduated from King’s College London in 1999 following a four-year degree course.
On graduating he completed his rotational experience in Greenwich Hospital London, before specialising in musculo-skeletal outpatients in Queen Elizabeth Hospital London. On traveling to New Zealand he continued to gain experience in musculo-skeletal injuries when working there as a Physiotherapist in Private Practice.
Returning to Ireland in 2003 he took up work at The Cork Therapy Centre where he combined this with being the Physiotherapy for Cork City FC for the 2004 Season. Eric now manages The Cork Therapy Centre.
Eric is a keen sports person and takes part at a competitive level in Adventure racing, Triathlons, Running, Cycling and Mountain biking. This gives Eric a great understanding of the physical and psychological requirements needed to compete in sport. He has a special interest in sports physiotherapy and rehabilitation, having worked for numerous soccer, rugby, and G.A.A. clubs.
Eric practices a hands-on approach to treatment employing a wide variety of manually orientated techniques including dry needling. He maintains an up to date repertoire of skills as a result of completing courses regularly.
Seán graduated from the University of Limerick (UL), where he was a mature student, in June 2014 with a BSc in Physiotherapy (1st Class Honours). He is a member of the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists and is CORU registered.
In September 2014 he commenced postgraduate research within the School of Allied Health at UL, which was fully funded by the Irish Research Council and was awarded his PhD in 2019. His research looks at the impact of physical activity and exercise on people with Inflammatory Arthritis, including Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA), Ankylosing Spondylitis (AS), Psoriatic Arthritis (PsA).
In addition to his clinic commitments he lectures part-time on the BSc (physiotherapy) and MSc (Physiotherapy, Professional Qualification programmes at UL.
Seán has a keen interest in sport, having previously played with Belvedere Rugby Club. He is a qualified Ski-instructor, is a member of the British Association of Snowsport Instructors (BASI) and recently acted as Team Physiotherapist for the Scottish Ski Team. He is a qualified Pilates Instructor so understands the importance of mobility and stability in the rehabilitation of chronic injuries and teaches Pilates classes in the Clinic.
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Helen is a member of the Irish Chartered Society of Physiotherapy. She graduated from Queen Margaret University in Edinburgh in 2014 with a MSc. in Physiotherapy. Prior to this she completed her undergraduate degree in Sports and Exercise Science in University of Limerick in 2012. During this time she was fortunate to have the experience of work in Canada as a Junior Physiologist with elite ice hockey players.
After graduating from physiotherapy, Helen moved to Liverpool where she spent three years working in private practice seeing a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions in particular back, neck and shoulder pain and whiplash injuries. During her time there she completed post graduate course in Pilates and acupuncture for physiotherapy with the AACP.
In November of 2017 Helen returned home to Ireland and moved to Cork where she is now full time in the Cork Therapy Centre. Helen has always been active, coming from a camogie and equestrian background but has found her passion in Crossfit and has been at a competitive level over the last two years. She regularly treats Crossfit and strength & conditioning athletes as she understands the physical requirement of this discipline.
Damien graduated with a BSc in Physiotherapy from the University of Limerick in 2014 (first class honours). He is a member of the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists and is CORU registered. He has experience working across hospital, private practice, sports and elderly care settings. He has a special interest in musculoskeletal and sports injuries, combining a hands-on and rehabilitation approach to recovery.
After graduating, Damien worked in orthopaedic settings in hospitals in Galway and Limerick, working primarily with people after fracture, elective and non-elective surgery. From here he moved to New Zealand where he worked in a busy private clinic, gaining experience across a wide range of musculoskeletal injuries including neck, back, shoulder and knee injuries. He returned to Ireland for a short time after this, again working in a private clinic. Damien spent the past 2 years in Melbourne before returning to Ireland in September 2020.
Damien plays with his local GAA club. He is passionate about sport, fitness, health and well being and enjoys combining this interest with clinical practice. He recognises the importance of strength, mobility and recovery in injury prevention and performance.
Deirdre graduated with a BSC in Physiotherapy from University College Dublin in 1995. She is a practicing member of the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists.
Deirdre has sixteen years physiotherapy experience specialising in the assessment and management of paediatric conditions in hospitals both in Dublin and Cork. Deirdre has developed a special interest in the area of paediatrics because of its versatility and complexity andshe really enjoys the innovative nature of working with children and their families.
She has a great deal of experience working with children with a wide variety of conditions including: neuro-developmental conditions, congenital conditions, rehabilitation post surgery, musculo-skeletal conditions, rheumatologic conditions, childhood obesity, co-ordination disorders, postural management and many more.
Deirdre is committed to continuing professional development and has furthered her skills as a physiotherapist by completing numerous post-graduate courses including paediatric bobath training, infant massage instruction course and orthotic prescription.