Welcome to Hartnett Physical Therapy
A CORU registered physiotherapist, Angie has been working from her clinic in since 2010. As the longest serving physiotherapist in Ballinrobe, Angie has worked with a number of sports teams, from local football clubs to international rugby teams, most notably the Springboks and All Blacks. She was also the physiotherapist for the Mayo Ladies Senior team from 2011-2016.
She has an MSc in Sports Physiotherapy from Cardiff University and is currently studying for her PhD in Active Leisure and Sports Participation in a rural, older Irish population. Her extensive local senior clientele have encouraged her interest in the study of healthy and active aging. She is currently working to ensure that she can continue to support an ageing population with best practice and knowledge.Our Treatments
I started seeing Angie in 2012 when she started working with the Mayo Ladies Senior Football Team. Since then, Angie has taken care of my injuries on a routine basis throughout my amateur and professional career and has ensured my continued involvement in sport.Cora Staunton GAA All Star, AFLW player and RTE commentator
I originally went to Angie with severe neck and shoulder pain 3 years ago. Now I go for routine maintenance sessions for my chronic back and hip pain to maintain my mobility and ensure I can continue to work effectively and pain free and enjoy my active lifestyle to the full.Tony McHale Driver (McHale’s Engineering) and farmer
I started seeing Angie in 2015 for knee pain on the recommendation of a friend. She was able to diagnose that this was in fact caused by my hip and I have since undergone hip replacement surgery. I return whenever discomfort prevents me from performing at my best. I am always treated professionally but with a familiarity that is reassuring from a personal perspective.Michael Moran Michael Moran Coach Hire
When a horse-riding accident more than 20 years ago resulted in a long-term back injury, I thought that I was destined to remain stiff, sore and lucky just to be able to walk again. I started seeing Angie in 2012 and she has enabled greater mobility and flexibility in my legs and feet which has been paramount in enhancing my quality of life. Now in my 70’s, I continue to attend regularly as her therapeutic massage impacts hugely on my lifestyle and I am back working and training with horses again. I am testament to the fact that it is never too late to do something about a long term problem and is always worth doing something to ease it!Anita Cahill Computer tutor and horse trainer