Chiropractor - B.A.(Mod),M.Sc,B.Sc.(chiro),Dip ITEC
Garrett trained originally in Trinity College Dublin as a geologist. He was one of the co founders of the Independent Pizza Company in Drumcondra Dublin and he also spent some time working as a yacht builder. He subsequently went on to graduate from the McTimoney College of Chiropractic (MCC) near Oxford.
McTimoney Chiropractic is a gentle, low force, high speed chiropractic technique which can be used to treat all typical biomechanical / structural problems. Garrett is also an experienced international athlete who has represented Ireland at three Olympic Games, in the sport of sailing, as competitor, coach and manager. He turned to chiropractic as a career following his positive experience of it while competing – in his own words,
‘Owen Dennis kept me going over the course of my Olympic career. Without chiropractic I could never have continued and achieved what I did. I wanted to be able to do the same for others.’
Garrett is also qualified in a variety of sports specific soft tissue techniques.
He was born and raised in Dublin and currently lives close by the practice in Clontarf with his partner and three children. He sails a little, runs an occasional half marathon and plays tennis for exercise.
John Sheeran is originally from Raheny in Dublin. As a keen sports enthusiast, he had been in the care of Chiropractors since his mid teens, and decided that Chiropractic was a career he would enjoy. After leaving school he moved to Bournemouth in the UK to study Chiropractic at the Anglo European College of Chiropractic (AECC).
Graduating from AECC in 2001 with a BSc in Human Sciences and a MSc in Chiropractic, he moved back to Dublin, where he started working with Owen Dennis in his clinics in the Dublin area. John is married with four children and lives locally in Donaghmede.
Dr Owen Dennis
Dr Owen Dennis, from Clontarf in Dublin took over the current clinic in 1987 from it founder Peter Teague, and built it up to what it is today. Owen is a graduate of the Sherman College of Chiropractic in Spartanburg, South Carolina.
He is one of the founder members of the CAI (Chiropractic Association of Ireland) and under his guidance over 40, 000 people have been helped by Clontarf Chiropractic during its 35 years of practice.
Caroline and Peta