Emma graduated from University College Dublin, Ireland in 2014 with a Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Physiotherapy. She began her career working in musculoskeletal rehabilitation in regional hospitals in Ireland, then moved on to bigger and better things in a large acute hospital in Ireland’s capital, Dublin. There she worked across specialties gaining a wealth of experience in all areas including neurology, spinal and musculoskeletal therapy, and orthopaedics. She chose to specialise in areas of intensive care rehabilitation and respiratory care for a number of years thereafter and gained specialist recognition for her work both at home and abroad.
Emma is a big fan of exercise-based and functional rehabilitation treatment programmes, complimented by manual therapy, education, and other techniques. She has a holistic, multi-disciplinary approach and empowers her patients to set and achieve their rehabilitation goals through physiotherapy. She has an interest in all musculoskeletal injuries and has completed multiple post-graduate courses to add to her skill set including dry needling.
Emma has always had the travel bug and made her way around the world in 2019. She decided to relocate to New Zealand in the last year, and more recently to Queenstown where she is continuing to explore and enjoy the outdoors. She is a keen trail runner, tramper, snowboarder, and paraglider!