Aisling Condon, phyiotherapist with Central Health PhysiotherapySpecialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist, Central Health Physiotherapy

Based at The Royal Hospital Chelsea.

Summary

Aisling has always had a passion for sports, from competing as a county-level gymnast and athlete in her school years, to being a keen surfer, snowboarder and lover of the outdoors as an adult. Having hypermobility herself, and its commonly associated aches and pains, Aisling’s approach as a physiotherapist promotes whole-body health and wellbeing through combining her interests in more widespread chronic pain issues with specific sports injury management and prevention.

Specialisation

Aisling specialises in the management of musculoskeletal conditions and injuries, including Hypermobility, utilising her qualifications and skills in biomechanics, functional movement, exercise therapy, hydrotherapy, Pilates and dry needling.

Other Experience

Since specialising in musculoskeletal physiotherapy in 2012, Aisling has worked in both NHS and private settings; provided physio for both amateur and elite sports teams, including the World Championships of Surfing in Hawaii; and taught both Pilates and Aquatherapy in community and clinical settings.

Education

BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy Sheffield Hallam University 2009
011 APPI Matwork Pilates, 2012 Certified AACP (acupuncture), 2017 Functional Movement Assessment and Treatment F.M.G.

Interests

When not near the ocean, Aisling enjoys Pilates, Yoga, functional strength training and swimming.

“Aisling has been invaluable in helping me recover from a recent hip operation. She is knowledgeable, patient and encouraging….a perfect combination.” JC

Review for Aisling Condon, physiotherapist with Central Health Physiotherapy, by Richard Risby
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Physiotherapists

All of the physiotherapists at Central Health Physiotherapy are members of The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and registered with The Health Professions Council. With approximately 60 staff, Central Health Physiotherapy has a substantial base of experience and encourages the exchange of knowledge and ideas. Physiotherapists are available to ensure service cover 52 weeks of the year. The Occupational Therapists are all state registered and members of The Health Professions Council.
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