|Why Swords Physio?|
About Swords Physio
Swordsphysio.ie was founded by Ann-Marie Ennis B.Sc.[Hons.],M.I.S.C.P in 1998. Ann-Marie attended university at Trinity College Dublin, graduating in 1991, with an honors science degree. She is a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists for over 20 years.
She has worked in hospitals, sports clinics and private practice in Ireland, Canada and Bermuda. As well as gaining extensive experience assessing and treating patients, Ann-Marie regularly attends post-graduate courses to ensure she is up to date with the latest developments in Physiotherapy. Her hobbies include badminton, golf and pilates. She has 3 school aged children.
We moved to 16 Chapel Lane, Swords – [this is directly opposite the church gates], in 2007 having started on Main Street . The clinic is now on ground level for easier access and we have free parking on site for patients.
Our approach to physiotherapy is distinguished by placing an emphasis on the cause of the problem, not just the management of its symptoms.Through comprehensive assessment and examination we will tailor an individualized treatment plan for the patient. We will set goals to enable the patient to return to work, sport and hobbies as soon as possible.
We have a clinical commitment to highly skilled care including orthopaedic manual therapy such as joint mobilizations and soft tissue techniques, specific therapeutic exercises and patient education.
Mehnaaz is a senior chartered physiotherapist who graduated from University in Johannesburg in 2016. She won a Dean merit award and a SASP award for her studies there. She relocated to Ireland in 2017 gaining CORU registration and membership of the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists.
Since graduation she has worked in a large teaching hospital in Johannesburg and private clinics both in Ireland and South Africa. In 2018 she completed module A of the society of Musculoskeletal medicine and is working towards her masters degree in Physiotherapy. She has completed post graduate courses in manual therapy and myofascial dry needling. She has a clinical interest in sports injuries.
Kate-Lyn Temple Jones B.Sc[Physio], M.I.S.C.P.
Kate-lyn graduated in 2006 from the University of Capetown. IN 2014 she completed post graduate training in orthopaedic manual therapy.She has attended numerous post graduate courses on back pain, myofascial dry needling, kineseotaping and sports injuries . Her work experience has been mostly in private practise settings and had done on and off field work for professional cricket , rugby and hockey teams including the South African mens hockey team. Two years ago she moved to Ireland and is enjoying working here. Apart from physio where she relishes the challenge of rehabilitating her patients Kate-lyn enjoys sport, running and the outdoors.