About Us

Reform Physiotherapy and Pilates Malahide

Anne Hanley is a fully licensed Chartered Physiotherapist with current practising membership of the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists.

Anne qualified with an honours degree in Physiotherapy from University College Dublin. Anne has recently returned from Australia where she gained valuable experience working as a Physiotherapist in Cabrini Hospital, and in Private Practices across Melbourne. Here, Anne obtained experience assessing, diagnosing and treating a variety of musculoskeletal and sporting injuries. She also spent a lot of time in Australia doing Clinical Pilates and exercise prescription, with a strong focus on effective injury recovery, and injury prevention.

Anne also has several years of experience working with adults and children with physical and intellectual disabilities in Enable Ireland, and St. Michael’s House. She loves working to empower people to live as independently as possible, and improving their quality of life.

Working with several sports teams including the reputable Home Farm FC, and UCD Men’s Hockey team, Anne has experience treating both adults and children with varying sporting injuries. She enjoys helping people return to sport safely and as quickly as possible. Anne also has a particular interest in horse rider’s injuries, and improving horse rider’s sporting performance.

Anne is fully qualified STOTTS Pilates instructor. Being a keen Pilates enthusiast herself, she has a passion for teaching Pilates to help people recover from musculoskeletal conditions, and improve their posture.

She has completed pre and post natal Pilates training, and Reformer Pilates training. She has also completed many post graduate training courses including Dry Needling, and Orthotic Prescription. Anne is constantly up-skilling, and enjoys keeping up to date with current Physiotherapy evidence to ensure accurate diagnosis and effective treatment.