Our Team


NEIL O’ GRADY

Osteopath

NEIL O’ GRADY  holds a BSc. (Hons) in Osteopathic Medicine and is registered with the Osteopathic Council of Ireland (OCI). Neil also holds qualifications in Physical Therapy, Orthopaedic Dry Needling, Craniosacral Therapy and Strength and Conditioning. An extensive background in sport and a 16-year career as an army officer including service in the Army Ranger Wing give Neil unique first-hand experience and understanding of injury.

JIMMY SULLIVAN

Sports Injury Therapist

JIMMY SULLIVAN is a Sports Injury Therapist with 25 years of hands on experience. He works closely with Neil offering hands on treatment to complement osteopathic assessment and manipulation and enables continuity for those who require ongoing treatment. Jimmy’s skills include deep tissue massage and dry needling. He has also worked as a personal trainer and has specialised in spinning and pilates, giving him a broader understanding of the needs of his clients.

Nicola Doherty

NICOLA DOHERTY

Massage Therapist

NICOLA DOHERTY has a Practitioners Diploma in Massage Therapy. Nicola’s skills include Deep Tissue, Sports and Therapeutic Swedish Massage. Using a variety of massage techniques each treatment is tailored to the individuals need, to provide support for athletes, team players and the average person coping with everyday stress and strain. Nicola spent 6 years in the Defence Forces and has a huge interest in sport, from playing inter-county GAA, competitive cycling, and running, giving her a broader understanding of the needs of her clients.

Nicola Doherty

SHEILA KELLEHER

Psychotherapist

Sheila Kelleher is a fully accredited Psychotherapist (MIACP). She received her BA in Counselling and Psychotherapy from the CIT in 2015. Sheila is also a qualified Art Therapist, having received her MA in Art Therapy from CCAD in 2012. Her approach is very much client centred and she provides a warm safe therapeutic space with which to explore a variety of issues. She has worked with clients in a variety of clinical settings as well as in her own private practice. Sheila regularly attends continuous professional development (CPD) training in order to provide the best possible care for her clients.