Aoife Williams, MSc (Hons) Physiotherapy, MISCP, CORU
Qualification and Education
Aoife is a Chartered Physiotherapist registered with the ISCP and CORU. She graduated with an Honours Degree in Physiotherapy from The University of Limerick 2017, being the first class to graduate from the MSc programme in The University of Limerick. Previous to this she completed a MEng Degree in Chemical Engineering in the University of Limerick. Aoife is a certified Paediatric Yoga Instructor and has a Dry Needling qualification. She has also completed many courses in the care of paediatrics including toe walking, management of CP level 1-3, Paediatric continence problems diagnosis and management and Bayley Assessment for developmental delay in paediatrics.
Since graduating in 2017, Aoife has worked in multiple locations including acute and private settings including University Hospital Limerick, Milford Hospice and many nursing homes, covering a variety of areas as an inpatient and community Physiotherapist gaining valuable experience. After working in private practice specifically with musculoskeletal injuries in teens Aoife began working with the HSE specialising in paediatric conditions and disorders including DCD, Juvenile Arthritis, Developmental delay, neurological conditions, Cerebral Palsy and spinal and connective tissue disorders.
Aoife joined East Galway Physiotherapy Practice in 2022 as well as continuing her work in Paediatrics in the HSE community setting. In Sport, Aoife has worked with top level teams including Galway Camogie, Clare Ladies football, Loughrea Hurlers, Galway United Football and with underage squads involved in the Gaynor Cup to name a few.
Outside of work, Aoife enjoys being at the back of a ruck with her teammates in Galweigans RFC. Taking to the game late in life she already holds 2 Connacht League and 2 Connacht Cup medals with Galweigans RFC. She also enjoys the outdoors and when she’s not hiking she will be at a GAA match supporting Limerick or Galway depending on the day!
Paediatrics – Gross motor development – DCD and hypermobility – Musculoskeletal complex chronic pain in paediatrics – Paediatric yoga and strength classes – Sports injuries – Dry needling – Deep tissue massage – Strength trainings
To contact Aoife email email@example.com.