Originally from County Kildare, Treasa commenced her training in Ireland qualifying with Distinction in Applied Physiology and Health Science at Carlow Institute of Technology. In 2009, Treasa graduated from the Welsh Institute of Chiropractic in Wales (University of South Wales). This was after four years of study, giving her the title Master of Chiropractic. Treasa now practices as an Osteomyologist.
Since 2009 Treasa has worked in various clinics around the country in associate roles. This past experience has given her both a varied understanding of different clinical approaches and patient demographics. It also allowed her to practise under the guidance of numerous clinicians. All of whom had a great level of experience and knowledge.
For two years Treasa practised in Donegal in a rural town chiropractic clinic. This allowed her to treat a range of patients; from expectant mothers to members of local football teams. After this she relocated to Dublin. Here she was an associate in a busy suburban chiropractic clinic for over two years. Treasa’s patients over the years have varied from babies as young as six weeks old to the more mature members of the community at 90 years young!
As a professional, Treasa is committed to excellence and believes in continued education. She travels to the UK and sometimes further afield to attend conferences three to four times a year. Aside from this, she attends seminars within Ireland and also completes online certified study with international webinars and courses.
Throughout my younger years and teens I always felt a vocation in life to work in health care. I was drawn to search for a profession that continued with the patient from start to finish. Treating the complaint with a natural, non-invasive, gentle approach was also vital for me.
Natural Back Health is my own endeavour to enter into private health care practice. My approach to back health is a natural safe gentle method. I see myself as facilitating the body’s own natural ability to heal. Thus restoring it to its full potential. I have chosen osteomyology as the main principle used at NBH. Osteomyology brings together a variety of techniques to bring about restored health and balance in the individual.
Outside of my busy practice I put importance on taking time to do the things I love. Music is my way to unwind and I play in a Dublin-based percussion band. As a natural health care practitioner, I practice what I preach; good food (time in the kitchen cooking from scratch), time in the garden (growing veggies from scratch) are how some of my days are spent. And for physical exercise, I am a yoga and pilates lover, practicing most days. Getting outdoors is also high on my list, so you might meet me out on a long cycle or hike on the weekends!
Appointment times are flexible with late evening availability at the Cork street clinic. The last consultation time for new clients is 19.30. The last regular care appointment is 20.00.