Gillian Walker – MISCP.
Gillian trained in the Physiotherapy School of Trinity College Dublin. Founder of the practice, with over 25 years experience in musculoskeletal therapy. Having worked extensively in the field of sports medicine with the FAI, Irish Swimming and The Olympic Council, she now has a specific interest in Lower Limb biomechanics, rehabilitation and orthotic prescription. Most of these injuries require a multifaceted approach from addressing the soft tissue changes with physiotherapy modalities to providing shoe advice and orthotics where necessary. The Clinic now uses state of the art gait analysis with their Scanning system from Orthomed Systems. Over the years Gillian and her team have built the practice into what it is today.
Sheenagh Sexton – MISCP, Lic. Acup.
Sheenagh graduated from the School of Physiotherapy, Trinity College Dublin in 1992. She has worked in many hospitals since qualifying including St Jamesâ€™s, Tallaght and Cappagh Orthopaedic Hospital. She also gained extensive experience while working in the USA. 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.
As well as general musculoskeletal and biomechanical assessment and treatment, 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. Sheenagh teaches Clinical Pilates on a one to one level and in a class setting. Sheenagh has been working in The Court Clinic since 2003
Sean Flynn – MISCP.
Sean graduated as a physiotherapist from Trinity College Dublin in 2010. He has gained extensive experience and further education in treating a wide variety of musculoskeletal conditions over the past number of years. He spent 4 and a half years managing and delivering a physiotherapy service for adults and children with intellectual disabilities. Sean has treated a wide variety of patients for sports injuries, recovery after surgery, recovery after fracture, tendinopathy, chronic conditions and exercise rehabilitation. He is the club physiotherapist for Stars of Erin GAA club in Glencullen, and runs weekly Stretching & Posture classes in Sandyford focused on flexibility and core strength. Since joining the team at The Court Clinic, Sean has progressed his knowledge and skills in the treatment of foot and ankle issues. He is especially skilled in manual therapy and enjoys prescribing targeted stretching and strengthening programmes for his patients.