ABOUT DIARMUID DIVINEY
Diarmuid qualified with a BSc in Physiotherapy in 2009 from University of Limerick.
He has a gained experience working in the private practice setting in Ireland, New Zealand and Australia since then.
Diarmuid is skilled in the assessment and treatment of musculoskeletal and sports injuries. His special areas of interest include low back and neck pain. He uses a holistic approach to assessment and treatment. He uses evidence based treatments to provide the best possible outcome for the patient.
Diarmuid has a keen interest the treatment of sports injuries. Diarmuid has worked with numerous GAA, rugby and soccer teams throughout his career. He was physiotherapist to the All Ireland winning Clare U21 hurling team in 2012.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
Diarmuid has completed training in Vestibular Rehabilitation and specialises in the assessment and treatment of conditions causing
dizziness, positional vertigo, vestibular dysfunction and balance problems.
Diarmuid is experienced in aged care and falls prevention in the elderly. He performs falls risk assessments and balance assessments to reduce the risk of falls in this group. He adopts a multifactorial approach to this taking environmental and physical factors into account. He is also an advocate of healthy ageing and maintenance of strength and balance as the person ages.
Diarmuid has completed further training courses in
- Vestibular Rehabilitation
- Mulligan Technique
- Dry Needling
- APPI Pilates
- Strength and Conditioning
- Musculoskeletal and sports injuries,
- Vestibular rehabilitation,
- Aged care and falls prevention
”"Brilliant. I was very pleased. One visit was all that was required, although I thought I might need more."Michelle – Ireland
We have a team of 10 experienced Chartered Physiotherapists who specialise in women’s health, licenced acupuncturists, clinical pilates instructors, a hydrotherapist, specialists treating Vestibular Disorders (Vertigo/Epley’s manouver) & Bells Palsy, domicilary physiotherapists operating from our state of the art facility in Salthill.