Ciara Scanlon (MISCP) studied Health Science and Physiology in IT Sligo in 2010 and graduated with a first-class degree. She went on to study BSc. Physiotherapy in Coventry University in England and obtained a first-class honours degree in Physiotherapy. Ciara spent a couple of years rotating in a major trauma hospital in Coventry before gaining a static role in MSK outpatients where she took on senior roles such as student assessments, In-Service Trainings, and assisting in the development of rehabilitation protocols. Ciara then moved to Melbourne, Australia where she worked as a Senior Physiotherapist in a private practice that specialised in Rehabilitation, Strength and Conditioning. She went on to complete her APPI Pilates mat work levels 1-3. Ciara has gained vast experience within a range of populations over the years, including athletes for sports specific injuries and injury prevention, elderly, women’s health, people with active limitations, and neurological patients. Ciara prides herself in looking at every person holistically to try her best to help them to return to their goals.
Ciara loves to keep active and sight see in her spare time. She enjoys playing GAA, training with weights, and doing Pilates. She has a keen interest in sports and injury prevention as she understands the importance of this for her performance throughout the GAA season. She moved back to Ireland from Australia mid-2021 and is enjoying the views of green fields again.