Helen O'Neill

Helen O'Neill

Clinic Director, Physiotherapist at Fix

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Location:
199 Richmond Road, London, Greater London, United Kingdom
Company:
Fix
HQ Phone:
+44 20 8986 5551

General Information

Experience

Accounts Assistant - Property Management Accounts  - Lambert Smith Hampton Limited

Mgr-Finance and Accounting  - Marriott

Property Management Accounts  - Lambert Smith Hampton

Accountant  - Marriott

Co Founder  - Physiyoga Global

Team Physiotherapist  - Canada Snowboard

Canadian Snowboardcross  - Canadian Snowboardcross

Canadian Snowboard Team  - Canadian Snowboard Team

Physiotherapist  - Holistic Health

Clinical Physiotherapist  - Six Physio

Physiotherapist  - Whistler Physiotherapy

Education

Bachelors degree  - Human Movement Science , Liverpool University

First Class honours degree  - Physiotherapy , Salford University

Affiliations

Retail Business Advisor  - Vodafone Ltd

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Helen O'Neill
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Helen O'Neill
Clinic Director | Physiotherapist | Yoga teacher Helen is a specialist physiotherapist in movement analysis and dysfunction. She has always been a keen athlete and determined competitor. She grew up on her mothers yoga mat and knew from a young age she would work in the arena of sport, movement and health. Helen completed a Bachelors degree in Human Movement Science from Liverpool University in 2000 and received a First Class honours degree in Physiotherapy from Salford University in 2004. Then, a passion for adventure and a love of mountain sports led her to the Canadian mountain town of Whistler, where for 6 years she lived, skied, worked and learnt from some of the best therapists in the country. She completed a Post-Graduate Diploma in Manual and Manipulative Therapy in 2007. In addition to treating the professional athletes that live and train in Whistler, Helen was also a key practitioner at the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympic Games. Helen has also worked with the Canadian Snowboard Team and the Canadian National Triathlon team. Helen has a wealth of experience in diagnosis and treatment, working with everyone from Ironmen to world-class skiers, through to recreational runners and swimmers. She uses manual and manipulative therapy techniques, IMS-style dry needling, neuromuscular re-programming and functional rehabilitation in her treatment regimes. Helen founded Fix in late 2012 after returning from working with at international level with a team of specialised healthcare professionals including trainers, nutritionists, osteopaths, psychologists, physios, coaches, surgeons and more. It was this incredible teamwork and inter-referring communication leading towards a common goal that inspired Helen to set up Fix, in order to provide a network of dedicated inter-referring specialists that work together to provide EXACTLY what an athlete needs to maintain optimum health and performance.

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Helen O'Neill
PHYSIOTHERAPIST Location: Arthaus, 199 Richmond Road, London E8 3NJ Tweets by Helen O'Neill Helen O'Neill PHYSIOTHERAPIST FIX LONDON Helen is a specialist physiotherapist in movement analysis and dysfunction. She has always been a keen athlete and determined competitor. She grew up on her mothers yoga mat and knew from a young age she would work in the arena of sport, movement and health. Helen completed a Bachelors degree in Human Movement Science from Liverpool University in 2000 and received a First Class honours degree in Physiotherapy from Salford University in 2004. In addition to treating the professional athletes that live and train in Whistler, Helen was also a key practitioner at the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympic Games. Helen is currently physio for the Canadian Snowboard Team and the Canadian National Triathlon team. Session description: Helen has a wealth of experience in diagnosis and treatment, working with everyone from Ironmen to world-class skiers, through to recreational runners and swimmers. She uses manual and manipulative therapy techniques, IMS-style dry needling, neuromuscular re-programming and functional rehabilitation in her treatment regimes. Tweets by Helen O'Neill

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