Suzanne’s training covered all aspects of women’s, men’s and children’s pelvic health and continence.
Suzanne Carney (BSc, MSc Hons Physio, MISCP) is a Clinical Specialist in Women’s, Men’s and Pelvic Health Physiotherapy. She is the founder and director of Anatomy Physiotherapy based in Claremorris, Co. Mayo. Suzanne is a wealth of knowledge and holds a Masters degree of Clinical Physiotherapy in Continence and Women’s Health from the prestigious Curtin University, Australia. This postgraduate training covered all aspects of women’s, men’s and children’s pelvic health and continence. She also has a degree in Biomedical Science & IT from NUI Galway where her major subject was Human Anatomy and she completed her undergraduate physiotherapy degree in 2009 from Manchester Metropolitan University in the UK.
Suzanne has worked both publicly and privately in the UK, Australia and Ireland both as an inpatient and outpatient physiotherapist. She completed her basic rotations within the NHS and the Australian Medicare system to solidify her knowledge prior to specialisation. Suzanne has worked with and been mentored by pelvic health industry leaders and set-up the women’s health department in a brand-new hospital in Australia in 2015. She was also the Chairperson of the Australian Physiotherapy Association Western Australia branch for Women’s, Men’s and Pelvic Health Physiotherapy for many years advocating for her patients and the profession as a whole. This exposure to a wide variety of physiotherapy methods and systems internationally has allowed her to grow and develop Anatomy Physiotherapy as a centre of clinical excellence for all things pelvic and/or women’s health here in Ireland.
The goal of Anatomy Physiotherapy is to offer clients a clinically superior service and to regain their health, function and well-being.
Suzanne is passionate about her job, her patients and providing a high-quality service in a caring, compassionate and understanding manner. She combines her expert knowledge and experience to provide an evidenced based and patient-centred treatment plan. The goal of Anatomy Physiotherapy is to offer clients a clinically superior service and to regain their health, function and well-being. Suzanne is a registered Mummy MOT practitioner and a Certified Pre and Postnatal Coach. She is also a specialist in treating breastfeeding conditions such as mastitis and blocked ducts. Being a mother herself, to two small children and having gone through a lot of the issues her patients bring to her, she is able to empathise and understand the need for care and treatment in a relaxing, warm environment.
Suzanne is also an advocate for free pelvic health education to all, via her own social media channels, radio and print media and the Get Mayo Moving campaign. She regularly lectures and speaks at conferences. She also teaches courses to other physiotherapists in advanced practices. She is an avid researcher and keeps her continuing professional development up to date. Suzanne works closely with Arthritis Ireland to provide Aquatic Therapy classes in her locality too.