Niamh Brady qualified as a physiotherapist from Trinity College Dublin in 2009. She spent a number of years in hospital based Musculoskeletal, Neurological and Respiratory settings. She then worked in Private Practice and with Gaelic Football teams focusing on musculoskeletal and sports medicine. She trained as a Pilates Instructor and began teaching classes and using some of the Pilates principles in her rehabilitation.
In 2013, she travelled to Australia to complete a Masters in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy at the University of Queensland. Here she further specialised in spinal pain management and conducted research in the area. Following this she moved to London and worked at multidisciplinary clinics Pure Sports Medicine and Physio Remedies. During this time she also lectured on the Physiotherapy programme at Brunel University.
In 2016 Niamh co-founded Evolve Health and currently splits her time between working clinically and lecturing at The University of Limerick. Her special interest is in the management of back pain, neck pain and pelvic girdle conditions associated with pregnancy.
Niamh loves her sport. She played Camogie at club and county level in Cavan and with Trinity College while she studied there. Therefore she appreciates the passion and discipline that comes with participating in sport and the frustration experienced when play is hampered by injury. She also enjoys keeping fit through running, Pilates and Yoga.