We treat
Sports injuries
We provide sports specific rehabilitation programme from our gym that will progress you from the treatment table, to the gym and onto the pitch.

We specialise in
Biomechanical Assessment
PMC Physiotherapy are experts at understanding and correcting how your body moves.
Talk to us about
Women's Health
& Paediatrics
Our physiotherapists have many years experience treating affecting, womens health, children and babies.

About Us

Paul Conneely MSc (Sports Med), BSc (Physio), MISCP, CSCS

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Paul graduated with an honours degree in Physiotherapy from Trinity College Dublin in 2004. Subsequently he worked in the Royal Hospital Donnybrook and the St. Vincents University Hospital Dublin, rotating between stroke rehab, cardiorespiratory and then general rehab. In 2005 he commenced a Masters degree in Sports Medicine in Trinity College and graduated in 2006. In 2012 he qualified as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) with the National Strength and Conditioning Association of America.

Paul has working in Private Practice Physiotherapy and in the area of Sports Rehabilitation since 2005. Paul is currently Lead Physiotherapist and Medical Services Co-ordinator for Paralympics Ireland. He is responsible for putting all the systems in place to ensure our athletes reach the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games healthy and injury free. Paul is also Physiotherapist with the Swim Ireland National Training Centre based at the National Aquatac Centre, Dublin and works as a locum Physiotherapist to the Sports Ireland Institute whre he sees many of our National and International athletes across multiple sports.

Paul has been a coach of the Meath GAA football development squads and the Meath Minor Football panel. He has been Physio to the Carlow Senior Intercounty Football panel and has also worked with numerous club football and hurling teams, UCD rugby and the Irish mens Senior Hockey squad.

Outside of work Paul has many interests, mainly sporting. He continues to play club football in Meath with Moynalvey GAA and has competed in triathlons, adventure races and road races. As a keen cyclist Paul has done numerous cycle tours around Europe and is a regular cyclist around the roads of Meath. He has hiked on most mountain ranges in Ireland and the UK and continues to do this when he can.

Lee Chambers MSc (Physio), BSc (Physio), MISCP

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Lee graduated from UCD in 2007 with an Honours degree in Physiotherapy. Since graduating, she has worked in a number of private practices in New Zealand and Ireland treating a wide variety of musculoskeletal conditions and sports injuries. In 2014, she completed her Master’s degree in Neuromusculoskeletal Physiotherapy in UCD which further developed her assessment and treatment skills for all musculoskeletal presentations.

Lee is also trained in the area of vestibular rehabilitation. This is a specialised aspect of physiotherapy that involves treating patients with dizziness, vertigo and balance disorders.

Lee has been teaching Pilates classes for over eight years having begun training in New Zealand with Dance Medicine Australia. On returning to Ireland, she continued this training with the Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute. This mix of training has allowed Lee to provide dynamic and exciting classes catering to people of all levels and abilities.

Lee is a keen long distance runner and is a member of Donore Harriers Athletic Club. Her interest in running inspired her postgraduate research in UCD on strategies used to increase running speed in recreational and elite athletes.

David Greene BSc(Hons) Physiotherapy MISCP CORU

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David graduated in 2012 with an honours degree from The Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen. A broad range of experience was underpinned with a strong foundation of core rotations working in major hospitals of the National Health Service across London. He has worked in large teaching hospitals including the Royal Free London and St Georges to name a few. David worked closely with the Orthopaedic and Rheumatology Consultants to achieve the best outcomes for their patients.

David currently splits his time between PMC Physiotherapy and Connolly hospital Blanchardstown as a Senior Physiotherapist in Rheumatology managing a range of patients with Rheumatoid conditions and Osteoarthritis. He works closely with the Orthopaedic and Rheumatology Consultants to achieve the best outcomes for their patients. He is also the Senior physiotherapist responsible for rehabilitation and return to work pathway for HSE and TUSLA staff in north Dublin. David currently works at the weekends with numerous GAA teams in Meath.

Following his recent relocation back to Dublin, David has returned to playing football for St Brigids GAA. He has personal experience playing soccer, golf, tag rugby, surf sports and played Aussie Rules for part of his time in London. He is currently in training for long didtance run and cycle events. David currently works with numerous GAA clubs and is also based at Connolly hospital operating as the hospital's Occupational Health Physiotherapist.

Rachael Keating BSc (Physio) MISCP

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Rachael graduated with an Honours Degree in Physiotherapy from UCD in 2014. Since then she has been working in Waterford and now Meath and has also completed some valuable research in the areas of childhood obesity and arthritic care

Rachael has worked in Primary Care and Rehabilitation in Waterford. Through this job she specialised in the treatment and care of Orthopaedic and musculoskeletal injuries in a Community settling. She also provided physiotherapy cover for many sports teams in Waterford including the Waterford Institute of Technology's GAA and rugby teams. She now provides Physiotherapy to a Senior GAA football club in Meath.

After graduating, Rachael completed research investigating musculoskeletal injuries,balance and quality of life in children who are obese. This research has been featured at the ISCP and European Childhood Obesity Group conferences, and she is currently working on publishing her work. Rachael also led a pilot programme of community based exercise classes for people with Arthritis called "Be Active with Arthritis", in conjunction with the ISCP and Arthritis Ireland in 2015. The success of this programme meant it has since been rolled out nationwide.

In late 2015, Rachael relocated to Meath to take up a post on the Enable Ireland Early Intervention Team, where she works with children between the ages of 0 - 6.

Rachael has completed post-graduate training in sports traumatology, biomechanics and orthotics prescription.

Outside of work, Rachael has many varied sporting interests. She trained and competed for many years in gymnastics and most recently in trampolining in UCD. She holds qualifications in trampoline coaching and judging. She is also a keen runner, completing the Women's Mini Marathon for the past 2 years.

Caitriona Conneely BSc (Physio), Grad Cert (Acupuncture) MISCP

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Caitriona graduated with a first class honours degree in Physiotherapy from UCD in 2004. She then worked in the Royal Hospital Donnybrook, Galway University Hospital and St Vincents Hospital Sydney, gaining experience in the core areas of Respiratory, Neurology and Musculoskeletal. In Galway University Hospital she gained extended experience in both Plastics and Women's Health. Caitriona is a qualified Stott Pilates instructor and completed post graduate Women's Health Incontinence courses in 2010. In 2011 she completed a Post Graduate Certificate in Acupuncture in UCD.

Since 2011 Caitriona is working as a Senior Physiotherapist in Temple Street Children's University Hospital, specialising in Plastics and Musculoskeletal.

Based on experience to date, Caitriona's areas of special interest (Women's Health and Paediatrics) naturally compliment each other.

Caitriona is a keen sports person. She represented Ireland in the Lacrosse World Cup in 2009 in Prague and previously played Gaelic Football with her club Padraig Pearses in Roscommon. She has a strong interest in running, having competed a number of marathons and is currently a member of Dunboyne Athletic Club.

We offer early morning and evening appointments where needed and there is free parking just outside the door. To speak to a Physiotherapist or to make an appointment please call on or use the book online form.

Special Offers

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