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    Siobhan O’ Reilly Bracken MISCP MPA MSc-Sports CLT has over 30 years of experience in physical rehabilitation.

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    Siobhan founded The O’ Reilly Centre for Lymphedema, Cancer Rehab and Sports in 2006. She graduated from University College Dublin in 1982 with a Diploma in Physiotherapy, in 1998 from New York University’s Wagner School of Public Administration and in 2011 from University College Dublin with a MSc in Sports Physiotherapy. Siobhan is a Certified Pink Ribbon Program Instructor and A Certified Lymphedema Therapist.

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MISCP PT MPA MSc-Sports CLT, Founder Siobhan O'Reilly Bracken

Siobhan O'Reilly Bracken, MISCP PT MPA MSc-Sports CLT, Founder, has over 30 years of clinical experience in North America and in Ireland. She has been designing and teaching undergraduates and postgraduates in breast cancer-related issues since 2006.



Dr Emer Guinan

Assistant Professor in Cancer Survivorship Faculty of Health Sciences, Trinity College Dublin

The e-Academy in CPD for Breast Cancer Rehab by Siobhan O'Reilly is a highly comprehensive resource with up-to-date clinical and rehabilitation information for physiotherapists working in this area. With increasing numbers of patients living with and beyond cancer in Ireland, there is an urgent need for this e-Academy to build knowledge, skills and capacity amongst physiotherapist working in breast cancer rehab in Ireland.

Deb Doherty, PT, PhD (she/her/hers)

Associate Professor Oakland University Physical Therapy Program

This program is very comprehensive and provides a wealth of information and resources that will prepare Physiotherapists to treat persons diagnosed with breast cancer. The website is easy to navigate and aesthetically pleasing. Pictures are very helpful and the quizzes are very helpful in determining understanding of the information. I appreciate the evidence based information and easy access to all the resources.

Brona Fullen

PhD, MSc, BSc Associate Professor University College Dublin (UCD) School of Public Health, Physiotherapy and Sports Science Director, MSc Advanced Physiotherapy Studies programme Belfield Campus, Dublin

“For more than 10 years chartered physiotherapist Siobhan O'Reilly Bracken has contributed to the University College Dublin (UCD) Physiotherapy curriculum on her specialist area of breast cancer related lymphoedema and manual lymphatic drainage. Siobhan is a natural lecturer with feedback on her lectures and practical classes consistently excellent. Students gain a comprehensive understanding of the pathology and holistic evidence-based practical management approach.”

Jill Binkley

PT, MSc, FAAOMPT, CLT Founder and Program Director TurningPoint Breast Cancer Rehabilitation Atlanta, Georgia

“Siobhan O’Reilly Bracken is a leading expert in the field of breast cancer rehabilitation and lymphedema. She has extensive patient care experience in the evaluation and management of the side effects of breast cancer treatment. She is a respected educator in our field with an approach to patient care and teaching that is evidence-based. Siobhan is passionate about serving the often unmet physical and emotional needs of breast cancer survivors in Ireland and globally. I am thrilled about the launch of Siobhan’s online education system for physiotherapists interested in breast cancer rehabilitation, through this many more patients who need this specialized care will be served!”