Sorcha is an Irish Physiotherapist interested in Musculoskeletal and Sports Physiotherapy. Adopting person-centred goals in her practice allows each patient to reach their full potential and assist in the best possible outcomes from treatment.
Sorcha completed her bachelor's degree in Physiotherapy from Trinity College Dublin in 2017. Since then, she has developed extensive experience in orthopaedics and sports rehabilitation, having worked in the renowned Sports Surgery Clinic in Ireland for over four years, where she worked with expert researchers in the SSC ACL, Athletic hip and groin and post-shoulder stabilisations clinic, returning athletes to a high level of sports participation.
Sorcha moved to Perth to complete her post-Graduate degree in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy from Curtin University to progress as a clinician. Furthering her manual therapy and pain management skills to effect behaviour change and long-term outcomes for persistent musculoskeletal disorders such as low back and neck pain.
She has completed extensive strength and conditioning training completing the UKSCA in 2020, and has emphasised this as a key element in rehabilitation. Sorcha is also a qualified Pilates instructor and adopts these approaches in her rehabilitation.
Sorcha has competed at a national and international level in athletics and is interested in running and sports-related injuries. Having worked with the women's national basketball team in Ireland, she has experience with returning athletes to play post-injury.