Reiltin Treacy set up Newbridge physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic in 1998. She is a member of the Irish Society of Chartered physiotherapists. Reiltin graduated from University College Dublin in 1994.
Reiltin has worked in:
• Naas General Hospital
• Limerick Regional Hospital
• Pincreast Rehabilitation Hospital in Florida
• Crumlin Children’s Hospital
• Beaumont Hospital
• Private practices in Kildare and Dublin
Lesley qualified from University of Ulster Jordanstown in 2013 with a Bsc in Physiotherapy and is a member of The Irish Chartered Society of Physiotherapy. She has a keen interest in all sports particularly running,hockey and pilates.
Prior to working in Newbridge Physiotherapy Clinic she worked mainly in private practice. She has worked with several teams such as Peamount United Sr ladies, Lexlip hurlers and footballers and several rugby teams.
She has a keen interest in Pilates and is a qualified APPI instructor for all levels from beginner to advanced. She has completed courses in dry needling, biomechanics and pilates. Her main clinical interests sports injury prevention, rehabilitation, strength and conditioning and pilates.
Reiltin works closely with several GAA, soccer, rugby and underage teams and was physiotherapist to Kildare Ladies GAA and Cork senior camogie team
She plays camogie at club and county level and has had great success at both levels over the last 20 years. Reiltin is also involved in training underage teams and has been secretary to Kildare Camogie County board.