Graduated from RMIT University in 2000 with a Bachelor of Applied Science in Human Movement where she first became interested and exposed to the field of Osteopathy. Alicia then, completed the 3-year Undergraduate and 2-year Postgraduate Osteopathy qualifications at RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia in 2006.
Worked for two years as a remedial massage therapist, gaining valuable clinical and hands-on experience in massage therapy. Alicia is fully registered with Australian Health Practitioners Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and a member of the Australian Osteopathic Association (AOA) and Massage Association Australia (MAA).
After working in Melbourne for a few years, Alicia then moved to Ireland (2008) and worked within multiple clinics located on the east coast of Ireland. Living in Ireland enabled Alicia to travel all around Europe and further developed her skills in osteopathy.
Alicia has interest in all types of conditions, in particular patients who have been suffering from neck and low back pain, shoulder, headaches, foot and ankle injuries, repetitive strain injuries and arthritic conditions.
Her history as a state and national athlete in volleyball, also gives her first hand appreciation of sports injuries. Alicia employs a wide range of techniques, including soft tissue massage, trigger point therapy, dry needling, mobilisation and exercise advice (Pilates), with each treatment specifically tailored to your individual needs.