Excellence with compassion undergirds all that Janet Altmann does; from the physiotherapist’s initial contact with patients, through to assessment, treatment and retrospective analysis. Employing expert clinical reasoning and assessment, Janet endeavors to address the underlying problems related to the patient’s condition. While utilizing her varied toolbox of quality manual therapy and rehabilitation skills, she address both the patient’s current problem, as well as the prevention of any further sequelae of their condition: the overall effect being an improvement in a patient’s holistic function, quality of life and performance.
As a Chartered physiotherapist, Janet Altmann is well qualified to treat orthopaedic or neuro-musculoskeletal complaints. She has gained extensive experience while working in South Africa, New Zealand, the UK and Ireland. Besides for her academic experience, Janet adds to her practice, an understanding of a variety of sporting and cultural pursuits. Janet has enjoyed competing in road running, cross country, road cycling, and mountain bike racing. While at school and university, she played hockey and pursued ballet training to an advanced level. The Altmann family relocated from Durban, South Africa to Cork, Ireland in November 2019. Janet had the privilege of working within another Cork based physiotherapy practice until August, 2021, when she resumed practice in her own name in Herons wood, Carrigaline, Cork, Ireland!