Dr Niamh Moloney
PhD, MManipTh, BPhysio(Hons), SMISCP
Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist, Honorary Research Fellow, Yoga Teacher
Niamh is a Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist (As awarded by the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists in 2018) and Honorary Research Fellow at Macquarie University in Sydney. She has a PhD in neck and arm pain from University College Dublin and a Masters degree in Manipulative Therapy from Curtin University, Perth. She is an also a qualified Yoga teacher.
Niamh is passionate about translating contemporary science into optimal patient care, and treats all types of musculoskeletal conditions. Niamh started practicing in Guernsey in 2017.
Niamh's research interests include the assessment and treatment of musculoskeletal pain problems including osteoarthritis, neck pain and whiplash, low back pain and recently pain following breast cancer surgery. She has over 60 publications on these topics. She previously worked at the University of Sydney as a lecturer, and more recently as a Senior Lecturer on the Doctor of Physiotherapy programme at Macquarie University. With Martin, Niamh presents her research and teaches clinicians internationally about the assessment and management of persistent pain.
Dr Martin Rabey
PhD, FACP, MManipTh, BSc(Hons)Physio
Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist,
Martin is a Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist (As awarded by the Australian College of Physiotherapists in 2009) and a University Associate at Curtin University in Perth, Western Australia. He has a PhD in low back pain and a Masters degree in Manipulative Therapy both from Curtin University.
Born in Guernsey, he moved back home in 2016, and treats people with all types of aches and pains.
Martin's research interests include the assessment and management of multidimensional factors (movement, lifestyle, psychological, general health etc.) that influence persistent pain problems. He has nearly 30 publications on these topics. He is a member of the Research Committee of the Musculoskeletal Association of Chartered Physiotherapists, and supervises postgraduate research projects at Curtin University. He has previously worked as an Extended Scope Practitioner in London, and as a researcher at Neuroscience Research Australia where he examined novel treatments for back pain. With Niamh, Martin presents his research and teaches clinicians internationally about the assessment and management of persistent pain.
PgD APP Neurological Rehabilitation, BSc(Hons)Physio
MCSP, MACPIN, MACPIVR
Chartered Physiotherapist in Neurological and Vestibular Rehabilitation, Clinical Pilates Instructor
Anne is a Neurological Physiotherapist with a Postgraduate Diploma in Advanced Professional Practice in Neurological Rehabilitation from Plymouth University. She has completed specialist training at University College London Hospitals in vestibular rehabilitation, treating balance and dizziness disorders. She is also a trained Clinical Pilates Instructor.
Originally from Ireland Anne, moved to Guernsey in 2016 as Clinical Lead Physiotherapist in Neurological Rehabilitation. She is an advocate for the role of exercise in neurological conditions and is eager to help individuals reach their potential and participate in activities that are meaningful to them. Anne has a great interest in Clinical Pilates and it’s benefits for strength and movement control. Anne had advanced training with the Australian Physiotherapy Pilates Institute (APPI), teaching beginners to advanced Clinical Pilates, including Ante & Post-natal Pilates and Neurological Pilates
She is excited to share her knowledge and expertise in promoting rehabilitation, exercise and activity in neurological conditions.
Anne is currently on maternity leave.