Enfield County Meath
Enfield County Meath
Our Chartered Physiotherapy team are based on the Main Street in Enfield.
Our Enfield Physiotherapy Clinic is based on the main street.
As you enter the town approaching from Kilcock end you will leave Streetside, Tesco and Walkers Pharmacy on your left.
Continue another 100m.
We are located on the left hand side just opposite to Enfield Discount Store. It is a flat roof building with Compass Physio clearly signposted on it.
Compass Physio Enfield
We will guide you towards which treatment we know will give you the best results
If you have any question please give us a call on the phone number above
Conditions We Treat
Our Enfield team
Rob has a special interest in the management of musculoskeletal injuries and chronic conditions, in the private sector. Rob has worked in a range of healthcare settings including Rehabilitation Hospitals, Specialist Centres and at Large University Hospitals.
Rob’s aim is to identify the cause of the problem rather than focusing on the symptom. He also has a strong interest in sports physiotherapy and has worked with numerous teams including UCD GAA, covering training sessions and matches. Rob understands the importance of looking after the client’s needs and making their rehabilitation specific to their situation
He is a board member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists.
He currently sees a wide range of clients in both the Enfield and Kilcock Clinics with a particular interest in those cases that have tried many different treatment approaches unsuccessfully previously.
He also still claims he can play gaelic at a decent level.
Whilst Aoife’s initial working career began in both the adult and sports setting she chose to specialise in paediatric physiotherapy in 2010. From here she worked in a wide range of settings including both mainstream and special needs schools, clinics and also within the home environment.
Two years later Aoife then secured a senior post in the world renowned Alder Hey Children’s Hospital and from here her career went from strength to strength.
During her time in post she gained excellent experience in a variety of clinical areas including orthopaedics, neurology, hydrotherapy, respiratory, musculoskeletal outpatients with her most recent post being within a team that specialised in the management and treatment of Neuromuscle Diseases. It is due to this vast background of clinical experience and expertise that makes Aoife a well-rounded clinician who strives to put the child first.
As a mother of two herself, Aoife understands what it is like to have concerns over your child, no matter how big or small!
Her special interest is in the prevention and rehabilitation of musculoskeletal injuries. To date Emer has derived huge satisfaction in dealing with all aspects of her chosen profession as she endeavours to assist clients return to their every day activities, whether that be competitive sports or to get back walking with friends pain free.
While pursuing her career, Emer has worked with numerous club teams including the Carbury Senior Ladies as well as the Offaly County Football Team and the Italian International Rugby Squad.