Ballinrobe Physio Angela Hartnett with visiting South African Rugby Players

ANGIE HARTNETT (MSc in Sports and Exercise Physiotherapy)

South African born , Angie began her working career as a school teacher before moving to Ireland. A keen sportswoman Angie studied with the Institute of Physical Therapy and Science in Stillorgan, Dublin, qualifying as Physical Therapist (BSc in Applied Health Science). Angie ran a successful clinic in Kilmaine 2008, before opening the clinic in Ballinrobe in 2010. Angie  has worked with various Mayo county teams at all levels and has international experience with rugby union teams since 2017.

In 2010 Angie undertook a Masters Degree in sports Physiotherapy in Cardiff, Wales. She is currently undertaking a PhD with the Dublin Institute of Technology, whilst continuing to develop the clinic.


Tapings for and injured ankle to assist in return to play

Mayo Minor GAA Physio Leona Ryder strapping and injured ankle

LEONA RYDER (BSc Athletic Rehabilitation Therapy)

Leona, a Mayo native, is a graduate of Dublin City University with a degree in Athletic Therapy and Training. Since graduating in 2016, Leona has worked with Liam Moffett in the Mayo Sports Clinic and as an athletic therapist with Mayo Gaels senior men’s team as well as with the Mayo Ladies minor team. She has been with Hartnett Physical Therapy since 2017. A keen handball player Leona is a gold medallist from the World Handball Championships and she is also currently a member of the Mayo Senior Women’s Football panel.