Stamullen Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Clinic

    "Going beyond your expectations with safe hands".

Lisa Hutcheson a native of Stamullen, is the owner and Chartered Physiotherapist leading Stamullen Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Clinic. Following her secondary education in Franciscan College Gormanston, Lisa obtained a BSc Honours degree in Health Promotion & Exercise and in 2012 graduated with a masters in Physiotherapy from Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen. While in Scotland she developed and gained excellent clinical experience in many different areas within the NHS. This experience includes musculoskeletal outpatients, Orthopaedics, community and neurological stroke rehabilitation. Since qualifying Lisa has obtained extensive experience in Private practice, working with  neurological conditions, acquired brain injury, intellectual disability, and residential care. She has continued her professional development by completing modules in Orthopaedic Medicine, Dry Needling, and Bobath neurological therapy. In particular Lisa has a keen interest in myofascial treatment and Dry Needling (connective tissue associated with muscle tissue pain and dysfunction). Lisa comes from a strong GAA background having represented her native club and county. She currently plays her football with Clann Mhuire (Naul) Ladies and provides Physiotherapy for Clann Mhuire Men's Intermediate team. 

Fiachra Ward graduated from University College Dublin (UCD) with an Honours degree in Physiotherapy and is currently a member of the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists.
Since graduating, Fiachra has worked in the Sports Surgery Clinic in Santry where he gained valuable experience in musculoskeletal and performance rehabilitation, as well as gaining experience in pre-op and post-op care and aiding in the conduction of research.
While Fiachra enjoys treating all musculoskeletal injuries, he has a particular interest in sports injuries and athletic rehabilitation and performance. He is currently the Physiotherapist for the Meath Minor Football team.
Fiachra has a keen interest in all sports, but his real passion is Gaelic Football. He plays his football with his native club Wolfe Tones and is also a member of the Meath Senior Football team at present.