Girls and women are more active than ever in competitive sport. Older women who may not have had access to competition at a younger age are getting the public health message about the health benefitsof physical activity and taking advantage of available opportunities in sports. As participation in sports continues to grow, .
She is a chartered physiotherapist as well as being registered with the Health Professions Council and Physio First. She gained experience as a junior and then senior physiotherapist in the NHS until2003 when she commenced work in Banbridge Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic, and worked there until the opening of The Physio Clinic Portadown.
We aim to reduce your pain, restore normal movement and function so you can resume all your normal activities as quickly as possible. We have been established for over twenty years and have very goodworking relationship with General Practitioners, Hospital Consultants and other health care professionals should you need further investigations or onward referrals.
Hilary studied at University of Ulster and qualified with a BSc in Physiotherapy. Initially she gained a broad based rotational experience within the NHS. She worked for 2 years in paediatrics inFleming Fulton working with children with varying levels of disability. After a further 8 years working in the NHS in various musculoskeletal roles Hilary opened Moira Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic in 1986, which was the first clinic of its kind in the Moira area.
Lurgan Physiotherapy Clinic has been developed to deliver high quality physiotherapy assessment, diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs). Our aim is to efficiently and accuratelydiagnose the presenting condition and then to undertake effective treatment to resolve the symptoms and return you to full health as soon as possible.