MISCP, MAPA, Grad Dip, Manip Therapy.
Adrienne Keaveney qualified from TCD School of Physiotherapy in 1982 and worked in the Richmond Hospital before moving to Australia to work at Saint Vincent’s Hospital Sydney. She studied extensively at a post graduate level and qualified in 1989 with a Diploma in Manipulative Physiotherapy from Sydney University.
She has since worked in private practice specialising in Musculoskeletal Therapy and Sports Medicine and worked with soccer and rugby teams at both junior and university levels. She returned to Ireland in 1993 and took ownership of Bray Physiotherapy, an established practice, in 1996. Her wealth of experience combined with a practical approach ensures the best treatments possible for her Patients and she has recently completed the Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute Instructor course.
Fiona graduated from UCD School of Physiotherapy in 1984 and worked in the Mater and Meath Hospitals and the National Rehabilitation Centre. She gained valuable Orthopaedic experience in Australia and has worked in Private Practice for 22 years, the last 14 in Bray Physiotherapy Clinic.
She is a Qualified Acupuncturist with an interest in nutrition and specialises in the treatment of musculo-skeletal and sports injuries combining Manual Therapy, Acupuncture, Ergonomics and Exercise Therapy.
MPT, BPT, MISCP., MIAP
Anjali Sharma, qualified as Bachelor in Physiotherapy from Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Karnataka, India in 2009. She completed her Masters degree in Physiotherapy (Musculoskeletal) in GGS Indraprastha University, New Delhi, India in 2012. Anjali also holds a Diploma in Hospital Administration from Apollo Hospital, New Delhi, India. Before moving to Ireland in 2016 she gained extensive experience working in private practice for four years in New Delhi, India.
Philip earned his degree in physiotherapy from Ulster University in 2013, prior to this he graduated in the specialist sports musculoskeletal course, Athletic Therapy and Training from Dublin City University. He began his career working in private practice in greater London developing skills in manual therapy and biomechanics assessments. He then moved to the USA where he expanded his knowledge by working with orthopaedic and musculoskeletal patients in Chicago.
Eileen O’Neill, Patricia Ryan and Rosemary O’Grady are responsible for the overall managerial, administrative and financial aspects of the practice. They ensure the smooth daily operation of the clinic. Both Eileen and Patricia have almost 20 years experience working as practice manager at Bray Physiotherapy. They are cheerful and welcoming and work hard to ensure both patients and staff are treated with care, attention and respect.