Sinead Tracey graduated from University of East London with a BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy in 1997. She continued to work in UK to consolidate a wide variety of experience both as a Junior Physiotherapist at Lewisham Hospital and Senior Physiotherapist at Sevenoaks and Orpington Hospitals treating a wide variety of orthopaedic, musculoskeletal conditions. On returning to Ireland in 2003 Sinead worked in private practice in Cork city and also as a locum in SIVH working in Intensive care/ medical/surgical wards maintaining her medical and respiratory skills before taking up a specialist post in palliative care at Marymount hospice in 2004.
Sinead became interested in the area of Women's Health Physiotherapy after having her own children and has since completed extensive post-graduate training in this area. Through her specialization in pelvic floor rehabilitation Sinead uses all her skills to provide a holistic top to toe approach to her clients at any age at any stage to ensure the lingering causes of low back pain, pelvic pain, bladder issues and separation of abdomen(tummy gap/diastasis rectus) are corrected for optimum physical function and to prevent problems occurring down the line.
Sinead has a special interest in the area of fertility, pelvic pain and endometriosis and recently completed Fertility Massage Therapy™ course with Clare Blake from Fertility Massage UK and is currently listed as a Certified Fertility Massage Therapy™ student practitioner. Sinead studied with The Integrative Women's Health Institute and graduated in 2015 in Women's Health Nutrition and Health Coaching.
Sinead is certified and specifically trained to complete the ‘Mummy MOT’ developed by specialist physiotherapist Maria Elliot in UK. The Mummy MOT is a postnatal 6-week check that tests the muscles of the tummy and pelvic floor, it is recommended for all women after having a baby. The Mummy MOT is essential to optimise your postnatal recovery and ensure a safe return to your pre-pregnancy health fitness and professional career enabling you to bounce back after birth.
The 4th trimester is such an important time for both mothers and babies and Sinead is also a Certified Infant Massage Instructor with International Association of Infant Massage (IAIM) and runs Dreamtime Baby Massage classes on demand. She is also available for Tummy SOS sessions where she teaches a specific routine to help with wind, colic and constipation .