BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy MSc Manual Therapy HCPC MCSP AACP
Moyra qualified in 1992 in Ireland. Since then she has worked in New Orleans and in Wales as a musculoskeletal physiotherapist. She has 27 year’s experience and keeps up to date with all new advances in musculoskeletal medicine.
She completed her MSc in Manual Therapy in Manchester University in 2004. She continues to work both in private practice and in the NHS as an advanced practitioner physiotherapist. She is a qualified acupuncturist.
She has a keen interest in many sports and grew up taking part in athletics and Gaelic sports of camogie (Hurley) and Gaelic football. Since coming to Wales, she has a keen interest in rugby and enjoys supporting her son at rugby games. She also has had many years being involved in local swimming clubs with her daughter who is a keen competitive swimmer. Moyra keeps fit and healthy by running regularly with Lucy, her springer spaniel.
BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy Msc Manual Therapy HCPC MCSP AACP
Siobhan qualified from the Manchester School of Physiotherapy in 1999, she worked for the NHS for a couple of years, then volunteered in an Orthopaedic Hospital in South Africa treating various Orthopaedic problems.
She returned to the NHS for a number of years before deciding to up sticks and head to Perth, Western Australia, to study for a Masters in Manual therapy in 2006 , where she worked in hospitals and private practises in Perth. Then came back home to North Wales to work in the NHS and private practice.
Siobhan has worked as an Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist in the NHS for the last 12 years, assessing and treating a wide variety of Musculoskeletal problems. She also works as a shoulder specialist physiotherapist in the NHS where she works closely with the Shoulder surgeons. She is a qualified acupuncturist. Siobhan is a fluent Welsh speaker.
Siobhan enjoys going out on her paddleboard and swimming in Llyn Padarn.
BSc Hons Physiotherapy HCPC MCSP
Gwern qualified from the University of Salford in 2012 and currently works as a Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist for the NHS in primary and secondary care, assessing and treating a wide variety of neuromusculoskeletal conditions. He has worked in the private sector and for the NHS in Wales for 10 years in addition to gaining further experience in professional football along with semi-professional football and rugby. He is a qualified acupuncturist and is currently undertaking an Advanced Physiotherapy Master’s degree at Manchester Metropolitan University. He also has a degree in Sport and Exercise Sciences, a CrossFit Level 1 Coaching qualification, and has a particular interest in exercise, running, and sport-related injuries and rehabilitation. Gwern is a fluent Welsh speaker.