Aisling (Ash-ling) graduated from Teesside University in 2015 with a BSc (Hons) in physiotherapy, and has been constantly seeking out new opportunities since then.
Since graduating, she has worked privately both within an occupational health company, and part time within a clinic dealing with insurance cases. She has also had the opportunity to broaden her knowledge by gaining experience in the areas of stroke rehabilitation, respiratory medicine and musculoskeletal outpatients while working within the NHS. She decided to specialise in musculoskeletal physiotherapy in the NHS in 2017, and is currently working with patients who attend for physiotherapy post surgery, after an acute injury, or with chronic problems.
Aisling often seeks out new learning opportunities and attends regular training outside of work to enhance her knowledge and clinical skills. She has previously attended specialist exercise prescription and pain science training days.
As a keen runner, she likes to take part in regular 10k races in her spare time. She has also spent years playing a sport called camogie, both in Ireland and in the North West of England. Currently she plays gaelic football for St. Judes GAA club in Southampton. Family is very important to her, so she tries to get back to Ireland as much as she can!