Hilary Stoddart – BSc MCSP HCPC
Hilary studied at University of Ulster and qualified with a BSc in Physiotherapy. Initially she gained a broad based rotational experience within the NHS. She worked for 2 years in paediatrics in Fleming Fulton working with children with varying levels of disability. After a further 8 years working in the NHS in various musculoskeletal roles Hilary opened Moira Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic in 1986, which was the first clinic of its kind in the Moira area. The clinic has been going from strength to strength ever since. Hilary has worked closely with the Sports Institute in the University of Ulster providing physiotherapy cover for regional and national representative hockey teams. More recently Hilary spent a period of time working abroad in Bermuda gaining valuable experience in Musculoskeletal and Orthopaedics. Hilary has a special interest in triathlons and distance running and has experience in video analysis for both running and cycling and has recently become a certified clinical bike fit specialist.
Hilary is a proud mother of 4 children and enjoys taking part in triathlons in her spare time.
Duncan Stoddart – MSc MCSP HCPC
Duncan is Hilary’s son and has an MSc in Physiotherapy from Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen. He also has a BSc in Sport and Exercise Science. Duncan has a keen interest in all sports and represented Scotland Universities football team at the British University Games in 2006. As a result he has a particular interest in sports injuries. Duncan prides himself on providing current, individualised, evidence based rehabilitation for every patient he treats. He also has experience in cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation, paediatrics, brain injury rehabilitation and elderly rehabilitation. Duncan has just returned from the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow where he worked alongside elite athletes who were competing at the games.