Emily Mazilu MISCP
Chartered Physiotherapist

Emily graduated from UCC with a Masters degree in Physiotherapy. Prior to this Emily graduated from DCU with an honour’s degree in Athletic Therapy & Training. Emily is a fully licensed Chartered Physiotherapist and is a member of the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists as well as being CORU approved.

Emily has a keen interest in the area of musculoskeletal physiotherapy with a specific interest in the rehabilitation of shoulder, hip and knee injuries. Emily also covers the areas of neurology and gerontology and is passionate about exercise therapy in older adults. Emily is proud to have delivered exercise classes to people living with osteoarthritis to provide education on exercise, physical activity and self-management of these conditions.

From her bachelor’s degree she has a keen interest in Sports Medicine and completed a semester abroad at Purdue University in the US where she worked with Division 1 athletes in Football, Soccer, and Volleyball. Combining this with her Powerlifting experience, Emily has a strong strength and conditioning background which facilitates injury prevention and rehabilitation.  Emily recognises the importance of continued professional development and staying up to date in current evidence based practice. She is currently undertaking a course in Women’s health Physiotherapy with the aim of upskilling in this area.

Contact us today to book an appointment at our Old Bawn Physiotherapy Clinicemail us at info@somertonphysio.ie or call us on 01 9069566.

Testimonial from Emily's Patient
Niamh Goan
Testimonial
Cannot recommend them enough
I have attended Old Bawn Clinic for numerous issues, over a number of years and worked with many of the therapists on the team. Each and every interaction has been nothing but positive. The staff has taken the time to get to know me and worked with me to tailor my treatment to my lifestyle and needs. The staff has gone above and beyond to ensure I get the best treatment possible. I wouldn't go anywhere else for physiotherapy and I could not recommend them enough.
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