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Meet the team

Owner & Lead Physiotherapist - Lee Van Haeften

Lee has a clear vision and goal for the clinic. To provide patients with honesty, trust and simple practical advice when managing injury or pain. Managing injuries can be difficult and frustrating. We aim to provide a process that is pragmatic and simple. We are passionate about the understanding of patient education and the importance of good, strong meaningful rehab.

Lee has gained valuable & diverse experience from working in a hospital setting, private practice and professional sport. Lee is currently doing a PhD investigating middle & long distance running performance. He is also working as physiotherapist for the Dublin senior hurling team.

Over the last number of years Lee has worked in several different roles outside of private practice. Lee worked with St. Patrick's Athletic 1st team in a professional setting from 2017-2020 where he was the lead 1st team physio. His time at St. Pats also included a European campaign in 2019. In recent years Lee set up and developed a physio-led strength & conditioning for adults which is highly popular. This program is a unique as it caters for adults looking to keep fit for general health reasons & adults with long term health problems. Lee has also recently supported Leinster rugby underage teams within a physiotherapy capacity.

Eva graduated with a Masters in Physiotherapy in University College Cork in 2022. She previously completed a Bachelor of Science in Health & Society in Dublin City University in 2017.

Eva is an ex-gymnast and current sprinter and hurdler with Donore Harriers AC, captaining the women’s track and field team. She draws on her lifelong participation in high level sport to influence her physiotherapy practice. Eva has a strong passion for prevention of injuries and sport rehabilitation following injuries. Eva values the importance of rapid recognition and diagnosis of injuries. This ensures that an appropriate pathway of rehabilitation and management can commence for optimal recovery and timely return to sport.

Eva Mc Partlan (Chartered Physiotherapist)

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