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Michael Sheridan

(BSc Physio,MISCP,KNGF,Dip Ortho, MISORM)

Clinical Specialties:
Clinical Specialist in Orthopaedic & Rheumatological Medicine, Spinal Disorders and Sports injuries.
 
Clinical Hours:
Mon 10am-7pm
Wed 10am-7pm
Thur 10am-8pm
Fri 10am-4pm
Michael Sheridan

(BSc Physio,MISCP,KNGF,Dip Ortho, MISORM)

Clinical Specialties:
Clinical Specialist in Orthopaedic & Rheumatological Medicine, Spinal Disorders and Sports injuries.
Clinical Hours:
Mon 10am-7pm
Wed 10am-7pm
Thur 10am-8pm
Fri 10am-4pm
Physiologic is operated by Michael Sheridan, Chartered Physiotherapist.

Michael received his Undergraduate training at the European School of Physiotherapy in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Following this he has continued his professional development completing Post Graduate studies in Biomechanics & Orthotics prescription, Dry Needling for Myofascial Pain & Trigger Point Release, Neuro Structural Integration Technique (NST), Mulligans Spinal Mobilisation Techniques, he has a post Graduate Diploma in Orthopaedic & Rheumatological Medicine awarded by Galway University and a post graduate qualification in Musculoskeletal Injection Therapy awarded by the Royal Collage of Surgeons Dublin. Michael is a practicing member of the Irish Society of Orthopaedic & Rheumatological Medicine (MISORM). 

Michael has worked in both the public and private sectors as a Chartered Physiotherapist working with Orthopaedics, Acute Cardio Respiratory, Acute Neurology, Vestibular Rehabilitation, Adult and Paediatric Neurology, Sports Injuries.

Michael has a keen interest in Sports Injuries and Spinal Conditions. He has worked as a team Physio for various GAA and Rugby Clubs over the years and is a keen cyclist competing in numerous Enduro and Downhill Mountainbiking Events. 

Maire Wall

(Msc Physio,MISCP,CORU)

Clinical Specialties:
Womens Health, Care of the Elderly, Dry-Needling, Spinal conditions and Sports injuries.
Clinical Hours:
Tue 10am-7pm
Fri 4pm-7pm
Sat 10am-2pm
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Máire holds a Master’s Degree in Physiotherapy and a Bachelor’s Degree in Sports Therapy. She has a wide range of clinical experience in musculoskeletal rehabilitation, neuro rehabilitation, women’s health and cardiorespiratory from the UK and Ireland. She has worked in multiple sports and private practice settings, gaining invaluable experience with a wide range of athletes and the general population. Her treatment focuses on a combination of patient education, exercise prescription and manual therapy techniques (dry needling, mobilisations and trigger point therapy). 

Máire believes the best way to prevent the recurrence of an injury, is the correct combination of exercise and manual therapy whilst incorporating the biopsychosocial approach. She not only focuses on the physical injury but the biological and the social factors which may hinder quick recovery. 

She has a keen interest in the latest training techniques and developments in evidence-based practise. She enjoys adventure races, running, pilates and yoga.