Meet The Team

Dynamic Chiropractic Team

Dynamic Chiropractic Team

Dynamic Chiropractic was established in 2003 by John Dineen D.C. and Toby Hall D.C. following their training together at the Welsh Institute of Chiropractic. John and Toby identified an opening for a chiropractic clinic in the South East with a speciality in biomechanics, focusing not only on symptom resolution but also on correction of the body as a functional unit.

Following its set-up in Lismore Park, Waterford City in August 2003, Dynamic Chiropractic rapidly grew and moved to its own clinic in Catherine Street early in 2004. After Toby’s departure for New Zealand, Michelle Chai joined the team in 2005. Our dear Michelle passed away after a short illness in 2013. Our tribute to Michelle is located here.

In January 2007, a state of the art purpose built clinic was opened at Manor Village on the Cork Road where we still are today. Anastasia Cash joined our team in 2013, bringing another level of expertise and experience. Kimberley Lewis joined for a while in 2016, having graduated in 2001 from Palmer College of Chiropractic USA, bringing a wealth of experience and knowledge. Erin joined the team in 2017 and is a huge asset to our practice especially with her expertise with infants and neonates.

Over the years, the clinic has provided care to its ‘home’ hurling team of Mount Sion, several county hurling teams and many local and national athletes and sports persons. Many of our patients however are not famous for their sporting endeavours, but work rest and play a lot easier thanks to our healing powers.

Dr John Dineen B.Sc. D.C.
John is originally from Cork. He commenced his training in Ireland qualifying in Applied Physiology and Health Science. He went on to qualify as a Doctor of Chiropractic at the Welsh Institute of Chiropractic. His academic achievements were recognised by the receipt of two prestigious awards, the AIB Achievement Award following his physiology training and a British Chiropractic Award following his training in Wales.

He set about establishing a centre of excellence for Chiropractic in Waterford in 2003.

John has a treatment approach that involves establishing the root cause of pain, symptoms and injury, leading to long term resolution. He also specialises in gait correction and orthotic prescription, enabling optimum biomechanics to assist in the achievement of optimum results. He utilises all aspects of chiropractic care, along with acupuncture to achieve results. He is also actively involved in the treatment of many sports professionals and teams.

Erin Dalzell-MorganDr Erin Dalzell-Morgan B.Sc. D.C.
Erin moved from Melbourne Australia to Dublin in 2017 for work and soon found herself caring for the lovely community of Waterford and its surrounds.

Erin has been involved in Chiropractic since the age of 14, first working as a CA and then going onto study Chiropractic at RMIT, where she graduated in 2016. She has a keen interest in prenatal and paediatric care having completed extra training outside of University. She has a passion for helping people through a variety of Chiropractic modalities, these include manual therapies focusing on a combination of Diversified, Activator and SOT techniques, as well as soft tissue techniques and dry needling to specifically tailor each treatment to every individual, whether it be for pain management or to help people on their journey to optimum health.

Alongside her love of Chiropractic, she also loves tennis, travel and chocolate Labradors.

Rose Deegan
Rose has been with us right from the start and is the face and voice of Monday, Wednesday, and Friday mornings. Outside of the clinic, her hobbies include hiking. You may well see her up the Comeragh Mountains early on a Sunday morning.

Lisa Mullaly
You will meet and hear Lisa on Monday and Tuesday afternoons, and on Thursdays. She may keep you talking about any recent GAA games as she is a huge fan

Susan Deegan
Susan joined our team with many years of corporate experience and is here Tuesday mornings, Wednesday afternoons, and Thursdays.

She’s busy advancing out IT aspects with some exciting changes to come.

Ann O’Neill
Ann was with us from the very beginning in 2003 and retired in 2023. She remains close to us all having been an integral part of all we do for so long. Now that she’s retired she has more time to explore her passion for singing, having achieved bronze, silver and gold medals in voice with the Royal Irish Academy of Music.