Aisling Holland is a fully licensed and insured chartered physiotherapist who graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Physiotherapy (1st Class Hons) from Trinity College Dublin in 2006.
After working for a year in the HSE she subsequently travelled to New Zealand where she worked in a large private clinic. Here she gained extensive experience in a variety of disciplines within the physiotherapy profession.
On return to Ireland Aisling has since worked in private practice managing a greatly varying case load; from acute sporting injuries, to post-operative patients. musculoskeletal and soft tissue injuries, and more chronic, long-standing issues.
Aisling has continued her professional development by completing a number of post graduate courses in Trigger Point Dry Needling, A.P.P.I. certified Mat Work Pilates, Acupuncture, manipulation courses, vestibular rehabilitation, and women’s health in both Ireland and New Zealand. She returned to Perth Austraila in 2014 to complete a post graduate course in Manual Therapy at Curtin University.
She has a special interest in treating musculoskeletal and sports injuries, back and neck pain, soft tissue injuries, post-operative rehabilitation and Pilates.
Aisling has always had a passion for sport. She has worked extensively with sports teams over the past few years. Aisling also comes from a sporting background herself having played Camogie and soccer for her local teams Newcestown and Bandon respectively.
Aisling strives to provide a personal and professional experience for each client, which is unique to them and their needs. She aims to help her clients return to normal functional activities with as few treatments as possible, and provide them with a home exercise programme to further enhance their rehabilitation.