Jac’s extensive experience has given her the clinical skills to understand the biomechanics and root causes behind injury or pain, to ensure that the correct manual therapy techniques are used, appropriate exercises prescribed and ergonomic or lifestyle changes made. She uses the Pilates exercise method for injury rehabilitation and performance enhancement to compliment her manual therapy.
But it is not only Jac’s sound clinical knowledge and invaluable experience that makes her such a popular Physio here in Dubai; she is compassionate, approachable and understanding of those who are affected by injury – getting people back ‘doing what they love’ is central to her treatment approach.
Senior Physiotherapist | Clinical Manager
Orla moved to Dubai on 2011 where she spent five years in a well-known Sports Medicine Facility. Here, she worked alongside Physiotherapists, Osteopaths, Sports Medicine Physicians and Strength and Conditioning Coaches. She is an all-round physiotherapist and enjoys treating an array of patient populations, both sporting and non-sporting. She has a particular interest in chronic pain, in particular lower back pain. Through education and changing believes around chronic pain, her approach is simple yet highly effective. She encourages her patients to take an active role in their rehabilitation and enjoys facilitating their goals, whatever they may be.
Her sporting passion lies in cycling injuries and prevention. Having spent time in Italy and France training with world class physiotherapists in cycling, she is well positioned to effectively carry out bike-fits for both cycling injuries and performance enhancement through her in-depth knowledge of anatomy and cycling biomechanics.
Orla takes an ‘everything in moderation’ approach to life! She enjoys a nice balance of work, socialising with friends and family and exercise. She is a keen cyclist and currently races on the #thecyclehubarlaproteinrace team.
With a passion for sport, Jonny has also enjoyed treating football players at an amateur and professional level, working alongside a well-known professional academy football club. He is capable of rehabilitating players with sporting injuries, including adolescent conditions, and returning them back to play as soon as possible.
As a clinician, Jonny has a strong focus on combining manual therapy techniques with exercise specific rehabilitation and education to ensure a holistic, client-centred approach to treatment. Together with postural corrections and biomechanical adjustments, this aids in the complete rehabilitation process and prevents the reoccurrence of injury.
Always the professional, Jonny approaches his work with an enthusiastic manner and encouraging atmosphere, ensuring each and every client feels valued and empowered whilst in a supportive environment. It’s not all work and no play though……in his spare time Jonny likes to socialise, travel, keep active and attempt to play football!
David qualified as an Osteopath in 2009, having graduated with a Masters degree in Osteopathy (MOst) from the British College of Osteopathic Medicine, London. He then went on to complete his MSc in Sports Medicine, Exercise & Health at University College London.
David has worked in Dubai since 2013 within the multidisciplinary team of a sports medicine clinic here in the UAE. He has extensive experience treating a broad range of patients, from high level athletes to patients with everyday aches and pains.
David brings his personal experience as a former field hockey International for Ireland and clinical knowledge as an Osteopath to form an honest, holistic and evidence-informed approach to treatment.
He uses a range of highly skilled manual techniques, combined with exercise rehabilitation and patient education to get the best outcome for his patients.
Although osteopathy is well known for treating neck and back pain, David enjoys using his clinical knowledge to help people with all kinds of aches and pains, from jaw pain to foot pain.
Treatment techniques: soft-tissue release / myofascial release, joint mobilization & manipulations (HVT’s), TrP dry needling, exercise prescription and injury management advise.
Ciara (aka ‘the jolly one’) graduated with a degree in Sports Rehabilitation followed by a master’s in Physiotherapy from the University of Southampton. She has nearly 15 years’ experience working in both the private and public sector in Ireland, the UK and UAE.
Ciara has continued to develop her postgraduate study and is skilled in Sports rehabilitation, pre and postoperative rehabilitation, Injury prevention, Manual therapy, Dry needling, and Clinical Pilates (mat & reformer). She is a keen learner and has spent various amounts of time up-skilling in Curtin University, Australia. Ciara is passionate about running and loves to share the years of experience she has gained dealing with both amateur and elite runners and triathletes. Her approachable and empathetic nature allows her to work well with both acute and chronic pain allowing her patients to understand the root cause and empowering them to overcome their injuries.
In her spare time she loves to run as well as participate in cross-fit.
A hospitality graduate from the Philippines, April is an experienced receptionist with a people-first approach. Having worked extensively in the hospitality industry, she has a great understanding of service quality and aims to ensure all patients are assisted in a timely and friendly manner. April enjoys DIY and crafts in her spare time.
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- We are located on the ground floor of the International Cricket Council Academy in Dubai Sports City.