Molly Coventry

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Molly Coventry – Physiotherapist

My journey into physiotherapy was inspired by my passion for exercise, sport, and movement while I was growing up. I have always loved being active, whether in the gym, team sports, surfing or just going for a hike in the beautiful environment.

I enjoy helping my clients re-engage with physical activity after experiencing pain and empowering them to meet their fitness goals. I have a particular interest in Clinical Pilates and am a firm believer in its benefits for symptom relief and injury prevention. I have personally experienced injuries which have prevented me from running and playing sport, and am very passionate in injury prevention through strength training and Pilates, and have found it game changing in my fitness journey.

Since graduating from The University of Notre Dame, I have worked in private practice setting seeing a wide variety of clients. They have ranged from athletic kids with sporting injuries, through the aches and pains from working a sedentary job, to clients with acute injuries. I have also kept a foot in the research world through working on numerous projects and beginning a PhD in 2024 investigating neural drive to the calf muscle complex.

I particularly enjoy getting to know my clients and their individual goals and needs. I look forward to working with you to help you lead a better, healthier and more pain-free life.

Away from the clinic, you’ll often find me outdoors, going surfing or scuba diving, or in the gym.

My areas of special clinical interest include:

– Low back pain
– Neck pain & headaches
– Acute ankle injuries
– Knee & hip pain
Seniors Exercise classes
Clinical Pilates classes
– Running and sports related injuries

Articles by Molly:

DOMS | Why am I sore after exercise?

DOMS | Why am I sore after exercise?

DOMS, often experienced the day after exercising, is a common occurrence among fitness enthusiasts and athletes alike. It's that achy, tender feeling in your muscles that can make even the simplest movements feel challenging. But what exactly causes it?
Patella Femoral Pain Syndrome

Patella Femoral Pain Syndrome

Pain around or behind the patella that is aggravated by activities loading the knee joint
Why is posture so important? (and how physio can help)

Why is posture so important? (and how physio can help)

A good posture is just as essential to your overall health as a healthy diet and adequate amounts of sleep. Our posture is the position our body is in while we are working, sleeping and moving.
The Importance of Maintenance for Chronic Neck and Back Pain: A Guide to Long-Term Relief

The Importance of Maintenance for Chronic Neck and Back Pain: A Guide to Long-Term Relief

Chronic neck and back pain can be debilitating, but it doesn't have to define your life. By incorporating regular maintenance sessions into your healthcare routine, you can experience long-term relief, improve your functional abilities, and enhance your quality of li