Kilcock Physiotherapy Clinic is a chartered physiotherapy service provider with over 24 years of experience practicing physiotherapy.
Noel Mallon MISCP MSOMClinic Director
Noel Mallon MISCP MSOM – Clinic Director
Noel is a Chartered Physiotherapist and graduated from University College Dublin in 1997 with a B.Sc Physiotherapy. Noel has 24 years private practice experience treating musculoskeletal injuries.
Noel specialises in the assessment, comprehensive diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal pain. His area of special interests are, complex groin and pelvic pain, hip injury rehabilitation, as well as Ultrasound scanning to assist diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal injuries. Noel has played gaelic football for many years and has a keen interest in sports injuries, particularly chronic hamstring injuries. He uses his advanced knowledge of imaging to asses for damaged tissue and treats appropriately and then facilitates the client through a rehabilitation programme
Noel has worked as official chartered physiotherapist to the Kildare Senior Gaelic Football Team (GAA) and treats many GAA clubs in the surrounding areas of Kildare and Meath. Through his use of specialised light and laser therapy he can more effectively treat chronic musculoskeletal conditions.
Lorraine specialises in acute and chronic musculoskeletal conditions including shoulder injuries, back pain, knee/ankle injuries, complex hamstring issues and many more. Lorraine offers a thorough assessment, diagnosis, individualised treatment plan, and a comprehensive approach to rehabilitation that fits in with life’s busy schedules. Lorraine offers Dry Needling treatment, Cupping treatment, joint and soft tissue mobilisations among other techniques. Lorraine has a keen focus on increasing a person’s mobility and understanding to support and encourage optimal rehabilitation outcomes and/or sport performance.
Lorraine graduated from DCU in 2011 with a BSc. Athletic Therapy and Training, leading her to specialise in sporting injuries. During the following 6 years, Lorraine worked with multiple sports teams including Coolmine RFC, Dublin Camogie GAA and various GAA club teams across Co. Dublin, practicing pitch-side care as well as providing treatment and rehabilitation to numerous athletes. Lorraine also worked as a fitness instructor at the National Sports Campus in Dublin 15, teaching a wide variety of classes such as spinning, strength and conditioning and mobility practices. Lorraine became involved with Cardiac Rehabilitation in conjunction with Connolly hospital and subsequently became certified as a BACPR cardiac rehabilitation exercise instructor to teach exercise classes to phase 4 cardiac rehabilitation patients.
After spending a year travelling abroad in 2017, Lorraine returned to college at the University of Brighton in the UK to begin her master’s in physiotherapy. Lorraine worked in many different hospital settings including Trauma Orthopaedics, Acute Stroke unit, out- patient Musculoskeletal and Palliative care. These experiences instilled a strong holistic approach throughout her practice as a physiotherapist which is clear to witness here at the clinic. Lorraine graduated with a first-class honours MSc. in Physiotherapy in 2020.
Lorraine joined the Kilcock physiotherapy team in September of 2020 and brought a motivated, enthusiastic, and friendly presence to the clinic as well as a wealth of knowledge and experience. Lorraine strives to enable people to achieve optimal function and quality of life.
Caroline joined Kilcock Physiotherapy Clinic in 2016, having worked in HSE and NHS settings, where she completed rotations in Musculoskeletal Outpatients, Orthopaedics, Acute Medical, ICU and Surgery Wards and ran a number of rehabilitation classes. Caroline has also worked in a number of private practice clinics in Kildare and Dublin where she has treated various musculoskeletal, sporting and orthopaedic injuries, in a wide spectrum of patient groups including children, adolescents, older adults and social and high-level athletes. She works with various GAA teams in her native Kildare, managing player injuries and developing injury prevention programmes. She was the lead Physiotherapist with the Kildare U21 Ladies Team in 2017 and Westmeath U20s Football Team in 2018. She was also part of the Physiotherapy Team for the Westmeath Senior Football Squad in 2018.
Since graduating from Trinity College Dublin in 2012., with a B.Sc. Honours in Physiotherapy, Caroline has continued to improve her knowledge and skills. She has completed the National Certificate in Strength and Conditioning (NCSC) training and the Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute (APPI) Matwork courses, which have been helpful in the development of injury prevention and rehabilitation programmes for a wide variety of patient groups. Caroline is currently completing a part-time Masters in Sports and Exercise Medicine, in UCC, where she has gained great knowledge to use with her clients.
Caroline has a special interest in finding a way for all her individual clients, whether with acute or chronic injuries, to get back to exercising in a way that they love. She is also keen to promote the importance and the health benefits of exercise. She tries to encourage everyone to find an exercise that works for them, whether it is a walk in the park/beach, an exercise class, playing team sports or running ultramarathons.