Danielle Moran – Physiotherapist
Danielle Moran is a passionate and well-rounded Physiotherapist who graduated as a Physiotherapist from Trinity College Dublin. Before joining the clinic she has built a robust knowledge base through her time in Singaporean hospitals by varied in-depth exposures to Musculoskeletal, Spinal, Orthopaedics, Cardiopulmonary and Neurological Physiotherapy.
Her strong background in Orthopaedics has given Danielle a deep understanding and interest in post-op rehabilitation (in particular ACL reconstruction, hip, shoulder and spine). Additionally, Danielle received valuable training whilst working in a sports clinic in the United States, in functional rehabilitation including the treatment of lower back pain and in particular, knee and shoulder injuries. Danielle is passionate about sports and has toured internationally with soccer, netball and outrigger canoeing teams and most recently the Singapore National Rugby team.
Danielle is focused on evidence-based therapy and of using the latest research to give the best standard treatment there is. She is also dedicated to whole body health having a strong belief in personal nutrition and fitness. Danielle uses a variety of treatment techniques such as dry needling, trigger point muscle release, focused stretching and strengthening and others depending on the individual. She believes in giving her patients the tools not only to treat their current injury but to ensure future injury prevention and well-being!
Danielle is a certified Stott Pilates teacher. She teaches one to one sessions of clinical Pilates to utilize the many benefits of Pilates to help her patients through a range of injuries in a safe and effective way. She also believes in incorporating elements of yoga to enhance flexibility and well-being.
Danielle has a special interest in gait analysis and the rehabilitation/prevention of running injuries. She has run several half-marathons and 10K’s, both in Singapore and abroad. Besides long-distance running, Danielle likes to be as active as possible and can be found cycling, playing tennis, touch rugby, canoeing, hiking and strength training.