John Butler

John brings a wealth of experience from the past 20 years treating general and Sports specific Musculosketal injuries. John graduated from Limerick Institute and established his practice in January 2001. Having worked with Sports teams throughout Galway in all codes including Hurling, Gaelic Football, Soccer, Rugby, Boxing, Martial Arts and Golf.

Since 2012 John and the team have worked with The Irish Horse Racing Board  (IHRB) solely providing on course treatments for all of the flat and jump jockeys throughout Ireland.  John also works with Horse trainer Aidan O’Brien in his world-famous racing yard in Ballydoyle/Coolmore providing advice and treatment for his team of riders and staff.

John believes that working with some fantastic colleagues over the past 20 years in the practice and the close working relationship with G.P.’s and consultants to get the best for our clients is the main ingredient for the success of the practice.


Courtney Feike
Chartered Physiotherapist

Originally from Tennessee, Courtney is a graduate of the University of Tennessee with a Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology and a Master’s of Science in Kinesiology.

Courtney holds a Doctorate in Physiotherapy from South College. She completed an Orthopedic Residency in North Carolina, and is a Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist. Courtney is also a Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapists, an advanced certification that less than 1% of American Physiotherapists hold.

Courtney had taught at the South College Doctor of Physiotherapy Program, and is employed as a part-time instructor of physiotherapy students at the University of Limerick. She has also recently became involved in the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists, serving as Chair of the annual conference.

Oshin Amberkar
Chartered Physiotherapist

Oshin is a fully licensed Chartered Physiotherapist and a current member of both CORU (Regulating Health and Social Care Professionals) and the ISCP (Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists).

She obtained her B.P.Th from Maharashtra University of Health Sciences, India during which she had a long exposure of O.P.D as well as  hospital based (Neuro, Cardio, Respiratory, Pediatric & Geriatric) patients.

Having completed her Masters in Sports from MGM Institute of Health Sciences, India, she has a special interest in Sports and Musculoskeletal injuries as well as Rehabilitation of Chronic cases; with a zeal for sports clinical rehabilitation. During her masters, Oshin worked along side a number of Sports teams including football, swimming, weightlifting, Boxing, Athletics etc. at State, National as well as International Level. Empowered with the ability to employ the highest quality of evidence-based practice with basic knowledge of Strength & Conditioning, Animal flow, Dry needling, Manual therapy along with a holistic approach in planning the treatment.

She has an experience of more than 5 years in clinical, hospital as well as on field sports centres. Her dissertation project helped her to get an opportunity to serve paraplympic athletes.

Her recent accomplishment was being a part of the Indian Women's Olympic Boxing Preparatory Squad 2020 as a Sports Physiotherapist.
She is a Certified taping, Dry needling therapist. She also holds a Level 2 Certificate in Strength and Conditioning by World Rugby and a Medical Diploma by FIFA. She specializes in Functional Excercise Rehabilitaion and personally loves swimming and hitting the gym.

Mary Butler
Operations Manager

Mary, a graduate in Front Office & Hospitality from GMIT worked extensively in the hospitality Industry in some of Galway’s leading hotels for over a decade before diversifying into Property Management.  There some of her duties included Liaising with tenants, owners, contractors and developers before being promoted to Credit Controller within the company.


Due to the expansion of the business Mary joined John in the practice in 2011 where she took over the running of the day to day administrative duties of the business.