The Team

 

 

Ian Wright Bsc.(Ost.), DPO, MSCC, MOCI.

 

 

 

 

 
 

 

 

 

Ian qualified as an osteopath over twenty years ago, in 1992, with the British School of Osteopathy, winning the Pathology prize in the Finals. Since qualifying, Ian has established several successful osteopathic practices in Ireland, London, and, more recently, in Herefordshire and Florence.

Ian has also been teaching osteopathy for 20 years. He has taught at the British and European schools of Osteopathy. Ian has specialised in teaching Cranial and Paediatric Osteopathy for 20 years, teaching internationally – in the UK, Ireland, Russia, Germany, Italy, France and Sweden. Ian is currently a teaching Fellow of the Sutherland Cranial College of Osteopathy. He also teaches on the postgraduate Diploma in Paediatric Osteopathy.

In 2009, the Daisy Clinic Trust was set up. The Daisy Clinic Trust is a charity with the dual purposes of treating children with special needs and training osteopaths in paediatrics, as the clinic makes up part of the teaching module in the Diploma in Paediatric Osteopathy. The Daisy Clinic is run on a donation-only basis in order to be as inclusive as possible.

Ian is registered with the Osteopathic Council of Ireland and the General Council of Registered Osteopaths (Registration Number 1627).

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Claire O’Mahony M.Ost. BBSG. Dip.SM. Dip.PT. GOSC.
 

 
 

 
 

 

Claire O’Mahony is a fully qualified and registered osteopath (Registration Number 7872) who trained at the renowned British School of Osteopathy in London. Originally trained as a Sports Remedial Massage Therapist, and Personal Trainer at the University of Limerick, she moved to the UK to further deepen her knowledge and skill and obtained a Masters Degree in Osteopathy.

She has a strong structural background having worked with sports teams in Limerick and London, ranging from rugby players to ballet dancers. Her ability to help fix biomechanical problems with her hands as well as recommend individual exercise/rehab to prevent re-occurrence has been central to her patient management and skill. Her assessment and experience enables her to get to the cause of the problem quickly and manage it effectively.

Since qualifying, Claire has furthered her skills in Paediatrics studying and working at the Osteopathic Centre for Children, London, which is the leading Centre for Paediatric Osteopathy Excellence in Europe. This has enriched her Paediatric skills ,due to exposure to many presenting conditions in both hospital and clinic settings in London and Ireland. She also has worked in charity clinics and primary schools treating babies and children with physical and emotional behaviour problems.

Claire works in Ireland in Co.Kilkenny and Co.Tipperary and also works in London & U.K. regularly maintaining her client’s health and wellbeing.

The breath of education and skill that Claire has completed in the last 13 years enables her to treat a wide variety of patients and profiles: newborn babies, toddlers, children, teenagers, adults and the elderly.

Whether you are a Sports enthusiast, have a busy worklife, travel for work, have occupation physical demands or are a busy parent who needs an ‘MOT or NCT’ to keep the ‘engine going’, Osteopathy can help YOU.

Through hands on structural/physical techniques or very gentle cranial techniques, your body alignments and internal alignments will be optimized and helped to move, work and feel better.

If you have any queries please feel free to discuss with Claire how Osteopathy can help you. You do not need a referral to have a consultation or treatment.
 

 

 



 

 

Gina Whelan Dip.Ost., MOCI.

 

 

 
 

 
 

As a Registered Osteopath with the Osteopathic Council of Ireland (registration number 03091045), I qualified in 2001. I trained with the Irish Classical School of Osteopathy which was set up by osteopaths trained by John Wernham who founded and ran the John Wernham College of Classical Osteopathy in Maidestone.  I attended the British School of Osteopathy for postgraduate training in the Cranial Technique. I enjoy using the Biodynamic Model in my practice.

I have always enjoyed working with mothers and babies and have had a particular interest in this area since I qualified.   I am currently studying with Ian on the 3-year postgraduate Diploma in Paediatric Osteopathy. I have a special interest in autoimmune dysfunction in children. I have given talks about health and wellness with GutsyKids, a support group for parents of kids with IBD (inflammatory bowel disease), that is, Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis. I also work to support families in making healthy lifestyle choices.

I enjoy being out in nature and spending as much time as possible in the West of Ireland. I love cooking and I am passionate about eating healthily as a means of staying healthy.

I also run an osteopathic practice in Dublin.

 

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