Caoimhe qualified at St George’s University of London in 2014 and worked there for four years following that, having specialised in Musculoskeletal Outpatient Physiotherapy. She now works at the Whittington Hospital, dealing with Musculoskeletal conditions in Paediatrics such as Osgood Schlatter’s Disease and pain resulting from joint hypermobility. Caoimhe also treats babies with Torticollis and Plagiocephaly and young children with gait issues. Caoimhe has experience in treating chronic pain and general musculoskeletal injuries. She has a particular interest in post-operative issues, having run the post-operative total hip and knee and ACL reconstructive surgery clinics and classes at St George’s Hospital. Caoimhe has also worked in ante-natal and post-natal musculoskeletal care at St George’s and so has experience treating these issues individually and in group settings. Caoimhe also completed three seasons at Wimbledon Rugby Club where she worked with the men’s, women’s and youth teams dealing with both acute injuries and longer term rehabilitation.
Specialising in: Musculoskeletal injuries Paediatric physiotherapy Sports massage Pain education Aidan has two First-Class honours degrees in BSc Sports and Exercise Science and MSc Physiotherapy. He currently works as part of the Whittington Hospital as a rotational physiotherapist. Currently, Aidan is working in the community helping a wide range of patients to improve their mobility, some of who have conditions like osteoarthritis or recovering from total hip/knee replacements. Aidan is a qualified Sports Massage therapist and often incorporates massage techniques such as effleurage, petrissage, deep friction, and myofascial release, into his treatment to help the body to relax, recover, and rejuvenate. Having worked at several professional football clubs, most notably Stevenage FC, he holds an interest in working with sportsmen and woman and has become increasing familiar with how to treat common musculoskeletal injuries to the lower and upper limb.
Gerard Minihane, MSc, BSc, MSST Co-Owner Specialising in: - Musculoskeletal injuries - Knee pain - Sports injuries - Movement and Exercise Therapies Gerard has an abundance of clinical experience working in physiotherapy and healthcare clinics in London and has become increasingly familiar with popular injuries such as neck pain, lower back pain, knee pain and shoulder pain. Gerard likes to incorporate a variety of techniques into his sessions including manual therapies, spinal therapies, exercise rehabilitation, sports massage, deep postural massage as well as medical acupuncture. He also incorporates kinesiology taping where necessary to assist in movement encouraging blood flow and essentially a speedy recovery. As an extremely competitive athlete himself, Gerard likes to work with sportspeople of all levels and has been a part of the Queens Park Rangers Academy medical team since 2016. He also continues his relationship with the North London Shamrocks GAA team. His own particular sport is Gaelic football where he plays for London GAA competing in the All Ireland Championship. In association with Blueprint Fitness and QPR fc.
Suffering from tight muscles or a sports injury? Pay a visit to The Health Movement in Whetstone, London, and sort yourself out with a massage or acupuncture.
Expert therapist Gerard runs this professional treatment room found within Blueprint Fitness. He is a competitive athlete with qualifications including a BSc in Sport and Exercise Science and an MSc in Sports Therapy, he knows how to get to the root of your problems and improve them.
He incorporates a variety of techniques, including manual therapies, spinal therapies and exercise rehabilitation. Each treatment also includes an assessment so you receive a completely tailored service.
The Health Movement is wheelchair accessible and has free parking outside. It is just a 10-minute walk from Totteridge & Whetstone station. Book in today and leave with a new spring in your step.