BSc (Hons) Pod. MChSI
Orla graduated from NUI Galway with a BSc (Hons) Podiatric Medicine. She is CORU registered, HSE approved and a member of the Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists of Ireland (but more importantly, she is from Cork!).
Orla has experience working in all aspects of podiatry including: lower limb biomechanics, gait analysis, chiropody care and diabetic care. Orla gained her experience in Ireland and abroad. In 2019, Orla carried out work placement in the New York College of Podiatric Medicine and the New York Metropolitan Hospital. She has also worked in a busy podiatry practice in Blackrock, Dublin and has experience working in hospital settings in Galway. Orla is the second generation of her family to continue in the profession. Orla’s mother Nora Frawley, had a practice in Ballinlough for over 30 years.
In 2020, during the Covid-19 pandemic, Orla opened Bishopstown Podiatry Clinic. Since opening the doors in 2020, the clinic has helped hundreds of people to move without pain.
She maintains her continual professional development by staying up to date with current literature, attending conferences and attending courses to ensure the very best care for her patients.
BSc (Hons) Pod. MChSI
Aine graduated from Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh with a BSc (Hons) in Podiatric Medicine, she is a member of the Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists of Ireland. Aine has experience in different aspects of podiatry including chiropody care, lower limb biomechanical examinations, gait analysis and diabetic care. Aine has gained her podiatry experience both in Ireland and abroad. Aine gained vast experience when carrying out work for the NHS in Scotland both in a hospital and community care settings. She has also worked in a busy podiatry clinic in Wexford and Cork.
Aine competed as an Irish Dancer for many years, traveling to and competing in different competitions including Munster and World Championships. Dancing has given Aine a deep understanding of the importance of healthy feet. Aine has first-hand experience of painful feet and how it can impact your entire body and affect your quality of life. She also continues to develop her knowledge by attending courses and conferences, reading the current literature to ensure that each patient obtains the best quality care. Aine believes that everyone deserves to live an active, pain-free life and is committed to helping her patients to achieve that.”