Shauna O’Connor

Shauna O’Connor

Shauna graduated from Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh with a Masters in Physiotherapy. Prior to this she graduated with a first-class honours degree in Sport Science and Health from DCU. She has completed Year 1 of the MSc in Sports Physiotherapy at UCD.


On graduating from QMU, Shauna gained experience within acute and elective orthopaedics in the NHS, after which she found her passion within sporting and private practice, treating and preventing adolescent and adult sporting injuries.


Having recently returned from working in Melbourne, Australia, Shauna has gained further invaluable experience working with elite athletes in both team sports and private practice. Shauna was the head physiotherapist for Camberwell Men’s Hockey Team, the top team in the state of Victoria. She also has a wealth of experience working with rugby, basketball and athletics.


Shauna holds certificates in DMA Clinical Pilates, APPI Matwork Pilates Level 1 and 2 and Dry Needling and, a keen interest in staying up to date with the latest research has her regularly attending the latest courses, symposiums and seminars. She takes pride in providing as much information as possible to her patients about their injury, diagnosis and pathway to recovery and providing the appropriate treatment for each individual, be it manual therapy, targeted, effective exercise rehabilitation or a combination of both.


Shauna has a keen interest in the management of sporting injuries and assisting athletes in returning to sport. Her own past experience as a high-level athlete playing international basketball makes her passionate about delivering high quality care for all musculoskeletal injuries.


Outside of work Shauna enjoys spending time with her family and her daughter Zoey, exercising and travelling.