About Us

Dominic Treanor Bsc Ost Med, Mld, Cdt, H.Dip Nmt

Registered Osteopath

Dominic came to Osteopathic medicine through studying Neuromuscular Therapy (NMT) which was then accredited by university of Westminster UK and national training centre Dublin. He was a fitness instructor and personal trainer for 6 years previously and then proceeded in studying neuromuscular therapy receiving both certificate and higher diploma. He also studied sports massage and remedial therapy having obtained these qualifications in 2004. He had also qualified in post graduate studies in trigger point dry needling, reiki, Indian head massage and extensive studies in sports INJURY rehabilitation.


Osteopathy’s holistic approach to the body resonated strongly with him and he graduated with a B.Sc. (Hons) Osteopathic Medicine degree from the Irish College of Osteopathic Medicine, Ireland in 2016. He is one of only eight osteopaths to study and graduate from an Irish College of Osteopathic Medicine.

Since graduating, he has been in private practice treating both adults and children. He enjoys treating people of all ages from the newborn to the elderly and has a keen interest in lymphedema (chronic swelling), cranial osteopathy and children. He has undertaken several postgraduate courses in Paediatrics (children), Vodder Manual Lymphatic Drainage (MLD) and Cranial and Visceral osteopathy. He continues to expand his skills in these and other areas with regular postgraduate courses. He has specialities in Paediatrics, Vodder Manual Lymphatic Drainage, Cranial Osteopathy, Dry needling, Visceral osteopathy, Sport injuries and rehabilitation and holds qualification in Sports first aid.


His holistic approach to treatment is based on a structural and cranial model, which aims to treat the whole person not just the specific symptoms and site of pain. This maximizes each person health potential so they can express their health to its fullest and get on with the important aspects of enjoying life.


Tuesday – 9am to 9pm

Wednesday – 9am to 7pm

Thursday – 9am to 9pm

Friday – 9am to 7pm

Saturday – 10am to 5pm

Closed Mondays