VERONICA LEE

Physiotherapist

Graduated from Kings College London in 2002. She has worked over 15 years in the public and private sector gaining experience in a wide variety of conditions including sports injuries, musculoskeletal and neurological problems. She has worked in London, Scotland and Northern Ireland where her last post specialised in Neuro-rehabilitation in the Regional Acquired Brain Injury Unit and the Regional Spinal Cord Injury Unit in Musgrave Park Hospital.

Since 2013 she has been the senior Physiotherapist at My Therapy and is doing some exciting work with Mountaineering Ireland in pioneering an injury prevention program for the Irish Climbing Team.

Veronica is a APPI Pilates instructor and has found it extremely beneficial  not only in the management of back pain but uses it regularly as a conditioning exercise in sport. She is dedicated to life-long learning and has completed many postgraduate qualifications such as Acupuncture, McKenzie Method and Bobath.

Veronica played hockey up to Scottish Senior Ladies, Division 1, and was selected for the Ulster U16 development squad for badminton. She discovered rock climbing later in her youth and has been climbing for over 10 years, winning the Irish Climbing Championship in 2010. Her passion and experience in many sports provides empirical understanding of mechanisms of injury. 

Her passion for climbing has not stopped since she discovered it. She has many personal climbing goals which she continues to train for, avidly!

ROB HUNTER

Performance Coach  |  Sports Massage Practitioner

Rob has a number of accolades, he is a sports massage practitioner, a personal trainer and an elite climbing coach specialising in movement analysis and strength and conditioning. He is passionate about sport and is current Head Coach of the Irish Youth Climbing Team. With over 30 years experience in training and climbing Rob is a highly accomplished rock climber winning many Irish Climbing Championships, competing on the World Cup circuit and has been at the forefront of development of bouldering in Ireland for many years.

Rob has extensive experience in a wide variety of environments ranging from management of sports injuries in clinic, to preparation of athletes for Rugby World Cup (All Blacks 2017).

 

He fuses his clinical skills with advanced fitness knowledge and experience to provide effective and individualised sessions and training programming. He has a unique perception for how the body works, and a flair for working closely with clients to achieve their goals. His success has made him a favourite for training and treatment amongst Irelands rock climbing community.

As an affiliated member of the Lattice Training team and with his specialisation in strength and conditioning it allows Rob to provide the complete package from performance analysis, coaching sport specific skillsto rehabilitation of sport injuries.