Jamie Bowman is a graduate of The Saxion Hogeschool Enscede, Netherlands where he achieved a first-class honours Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy in 2006. In 2010 , he furthered his education and achieved a Master of Science in Sport and Exercise Physiotherapy from The National University of Ireland, Galway. His thesis in this programme was on “The Effect of Hip Range of Motion on Jump Height in Female College Footballers”. In 2019 Jamie received a certificate in joint injection therapy from The Royal College of Surgeons.
His work portfolio includes Saint Camillus Hospital Limerick Stroke Rehab Unit under Professor Declan Lyons, 12 years working in private practice in “Limerick Physiotherapy Clinic” and in September 2018 opened “JB Physiotherapy” with the main focus on providing client focused Physiotherapy emphasising the need of strengthening and movement in the management of acute and chronic pain.
Since graduating in 2004 Jamie’s work with teams as team and head Physiotherapist include:
- The Limerick Senior intercounty hurling and football teams,
- The Limerick County intermediate and junior teams,
- Garryowen RFC,
- Railway Union RFC,
- The University of Limerick Sigerson,
- Fitzgibbon and O’Connor Cup teams,
- Janesboro FC,
- Salthill Devon FC as well as Physiotherapy consultant for sporting events.
Jamie’s main clinical interest is in the area of rehabilitation and the conservative approach to injury management. He works closely with a number of consultants in their care pathway with a focus on prehabilitation and post-surgical rehabilitation. In recent years his main clinical interest has gone in the direction of knee injury rehabilitation, primarily the anterior cruciate ligament. He also has a keen interest in the shoulder complex and the role that correct rehabilitation and strengthening has in the return to pain free function for those with rotator cuff or labral pathologies.
Sarah Lavin is a graduate of UCD where She achieved a first-class honors Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy. She was admitted into Princeton University with the Class of 2016, and attended 2012/2013. On return, she was a member of the Ad Astra Academy in UCD for 5 years
Sarah comes from a sporting background. Her main achievements include:
- World University Games 100mH 4th
- European Junior 100mH Silver
- European Youth Olympic 100mH Bronze.
- Princeton University 60mH record.
- National Junior 100mH Record.
- 27 National Juvenile Titles. 5 National Senior 100mH Titles.
- Sole female nominee for the Irish Independent Young Sportsperson of the Year 2013.
Sarah additional professional training includes: Myofascial Trigger Point Release Course, Dry Needling David Simmonds Academy, First Aid and CPR Training, Sports First Aid Certificate, STARS Core Competencies: Stroke Rehabilitation Online Course, FIFA Diploma in Football Medicine Certificate.
Sarah worked in St. John’s Hospital, Limerick upon graduating. She has worked with teams such as St. Jude’s GAA Club as a match day physiotherapist and Miltown Hockey Club under S&C Collective Dundrum with pilates based exercise prescription. She has volunteered for the Dublin Marathon and Milford Care Centre in the past and held ambassador roles for Aviva School Fitness Challenge and Adidas Stellasport campaign.
Sarah operates a home-visit physiotherapy service for those in the immediate surrounding area who would rather service provision within the comforts of their own home. Her main interest is in foot & ankle rehabilitation and transfer of speed to sport.