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Don’t let cancer hold you back. Cancer rehab
can help you live with your best life.
Start where you are and do what you can!

Please watch this space for details of Cancer Rehab professionals
and exercise professionals in your area.

BSc Biological and Chemical Sciences (UCC)
BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy (UEA Norwich)
MISCP CORU Reg:PT 041428


Meet Amy Walsh

Amy is our PINC certified cancer rehabilitation Physiotherapist and is teaming up with Max Physio to provide cancer rehab services in West Cork , Cork City and on line. She completed her training with PINC and STEEL international, a world renowned Cancer rehabilitation program that helps people with cancer restore their physical and emotional wellbeing.

Amy is a member of CORU and a Chartered Physiotherapist. Prior to this she graduated with a BSc in Biological and Chemical sciences from UCC before graduating with a BSc in Physiotherapy from the University of East Anglia in Norwich. She took up a rotational post in North Tyneside general Hospital in Newcastle on Tyne, progressing to a Senior Physiotherapy post in Medicine, Surgery and ITU.

Amy returned to Ireland in 2002 to work as a Senior Community Physiotherapist in West Cork. Amy worked with the HSE in Bantry, Skibbereen and Clonakilty. She has undertaken a wide range of postgraduate training in falls prevention, bone health, exercise prescription and elderly rehabilitation. Amy is a STOTT trained mat and reformer instructor. Amy has additional training in Special Populations: antenatal/postnatal, fibromyalgia, back pain and sports rehabilitation.
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Shifting focus from illness to wellness.

Cancer survival rates have dramatically increased in the last 40 years as a result of improved prevention, detection and treatment. However for many, surviving cancer is often the first challenge.

Occasionally people emerge from their treatment facing struggles far beyond their illness. People can live with the effects of treatment up to 10 years later. Some people have minimal pain and disability but others may suffer with pain, fatigue, physical limitations and emotional distress.

Group classes have been shown to impact the physical and emotional wellbeing of participants.

Programs are run from initial diagnosis, through treatment and onto survivorship. The door to rehab is always open, years even after treatment ends.

We have a wide range of classes for both men and women.

A one to one consultation may be necessary prior to the class to ensure exercises can be targeted to you and your personal recovery needs.

Following completion of the initial 8-week Pilates program you will have the option to continue on to the “NEXT STEPS” 8 week program which combines Yoga, Pilates and Strengthening or you may choose to repeat the PINC Pilates program.

Join our classes today!

Contact us to find out more about the different classes we have available or to just speak to us about the best options for you.