Corinne has an Honors Degree in Physiotherapy from Kings College, University of London and has always had a passion for continuing professional development and over the years has completed graduate diploma’s in:
- Graduate Diploma Musculoskeletal Medicine
- Graduate Diploma Orthopaedic & Rheumatological Medicine
- Graduate Diploma in Healthcare Education
- Certificate Advanced Life Support
- Certificate Immediate Medical Care
- Certificate Strength and Conditioning
- Certificate Healthcare Management
She has been a member of the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists since she qualified and was elected to the Executive Board of this organisation in 2017 and progressed to Vice President of the association in November 2018. A post she held for 3 years . In 2021 she was appointed by Minister for Health Stephen Donnelly to CORU-Physiotherapist’s Registration Board.
She holds professional memberships in numerous professional organisations including membership of the society of musculoskeletal medicine, member of the faculty of pre hospital care with the Royal College of Surgeons Edinborough and fully registered with CORU.
She currently lectures part-time with MTU and South West GP training scheme (UCC) and has worked as placement facilitator with UL.
She has worked with sporting teams and athletes of all levels from hurler on the ditch up to and including professional international athletes. Some of her career highlights include, working as a physiotherapist at the London 2012 Olympic Games and the Rugby World Cup 2015.
With over 25 years’ experience she continues to have a passion for physiotherapy and approaches her work with a brain of scientist, part of humanist, hands of an artist.