Gillian Walker – FISCP PT 028784
Gillian trained in the Physiotherapy School of Trinity College Dublin. Founder of the practice, with over 35 year’s experience in musculoskeletal therapy. She has worked extensively in the field of sports medicine with the FAI, Irish Swimming and The Olympic Council and now runs a successful practice with patients travelling from far and wide to see her. Over her career she has become an expert in biomechanics and orthotic prescription, having lectured internationally and taught extensively throughout Ireland. In fact, a lot of foot and ankle specialists can say they have received training in some capacity from Gillian. Gillian uses her specialist knowledge to identify problem areas in the foot and further up the body chain to resolve your pain and functional limitations. Her recent interest has been lateral ankle instability and prevention of reoccurrence of ankle sprains. To that end she has introduced the first Myolux Evolution to Ireland and herself and her team are offering a very comprehensive approach to the treatment of ankle sprains.
Gillian has recently been awarded a Fellowship by the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists.
Sheenagh Sexton – MISCP, Lic. Acup.
Sheenagh graduated from Trinity College Dublin in 1992. She is experienced in all areas of physiotherapy having worked in acute and rehab hospitals, sports clubs and private practice. Sheenagh has a keen interest in treating back and neck problems and likes to look at the alignment and movement patterns of the whole body in diagnosing and treating. Within this area Sheenagh likes to use myofascial release techniques which are very effective at treating
many painful conditions. Sheenagh is a clinical pilates instructor and sees patients in the clinic for one-to-one teaching and runs classes in the area for groups. She has always had a fascination for biomechanics and foot and ankle injuries and has worked in this area with Gillian and the court clinic team since 2005.
Sheenagh is a qualified acupuncturist (UCD School of Physiotherapy 2002). Her training in this field has been in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). This combination of physiotherapy and acupuncture is very effective in treating painful musculoskeletal problems.
Sean Flynn – MISCP PT 035541
Sean has worked as a Chartered Physiotherapist since graduating from Trinity College in 2010. He has gained extensive experience and further education in treating a wide variety of musculoskeletal conditions over the past number of years. Sean joined the Court Clinic in 2018 having previously worked in private practice in Sandyford and Drogheda. He has treated a wide variety of patients for sports injuries, dancing injuries, postural issues, chronic conditions and rehabilitation. Since joining the team at the Court Clinic, Sean has a developed a strong background in managing foot and ankle issues, and is especially skilled in manual therapy.
June O’Brien – Msc. B.Physio, MISCP PT 036070
June graduated as a physiotherapist from UCD in 1994. She has gained extensive experience and further education over the number of years since graduation. Having recently completed her Master’s in Advanced Physiotherapy studies she brings a wealth of new evidence-based practices to her repertoire of treatment programmes. June has worked in numerous hospitals in the past, working as a Senior Physiotherapist in Orthopedics and outpatient departments.
She also managed her own private practice in the past where she treated varying types of musculoskeletal injuries. She has a specific interest in biomechanics and movement of the body and enjoys working with foot and biomechanical issues. She uses a multifaceted approach to all treatments which include dry needling and exercise prescription.
She is also a trained Stott Pilates instructor.
Eilis Connery – MISCP PT 029553
Eilis is a musculoskeletal physiotherapist with 17 years of experience working in the area of acute and chronic neuromusculoskeletal pain. She holds and BSc in Physiotherapy from UCD and a Masters in Musculoskeletal and Sports Physiotherapy from the University of South Australia. She is a member of the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists and is CORU registered.
Special areas of interest include; spinal and pelvic conditions, chronic injuries especially chronic sports injuries, myofascial release, and assessment and rehabilitation of movement systems. She is also qualified in Pilates with Polestar Australia, dry needling, and various other treatment techniques.
Eilis has competed at an international level in track and field athletics, duathlon, and ultra trail running over the years.