Masters in Clinical Physiotherapy, Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy
Pain limits movement and function, and often impacts an individual’s ability to get to sleep, sleep through the night, or get good quality rest. Good rest is essential to assist in managing painful conditions and aid in recovery.
There can be many physical reasons one cannot get good quality sleep – physical pain, recovering from an injury or surgery, poor breathing habits, compromised airway, poor sleep hygiene, medical conditions, sleep apnea, snoring, and even medications.
Tierney’s sessions are designed for those that struggle with sleep – getting to sleep, staying asleep and getting good quality sleep, especially when there’s an influence from the musculoskeletal system (posture, breathing, physical tension, pain, etc).
Tierney obtained additional training in: The Bradcliff Method, Buteyko, Right Sleep and Orofacial Myofunctional Therapy.
“Sleep is the golden chain that ties health and our bodies together.”
– Thomas Dekker