Physiotherapy Clinic

Shirlene Dill, BSc. Physiotherapist

Shirlene Dill is a physiotherapist who has owned and operated her own clinic HANDS-ON-THERAPY since 1998. She obtained her physiotherapy degree at Temple University in Philadelphia over 30 years ago.  She has worked at various Hospitals/Clinics in the US, at King Edward VII Memorial Hospital and at Bermuda Health Care Services. Shirlene has been practicing John F. Barnes Myofascial Release since 1992 and is a full instructor.  She has taken all courses offered by John F. Barnes, and has assisted with teaching at seminars in the US and Bermuda and has done skill enhancements at the Myofascial Release Treatment Centres alongside John F. Barnes.  She also is an Associate Pilates Instructor, trained in Rehab for Pilates and has done some Personal Training, worked with Sports Teams and has been a Bermuda College lecturer. Shirlene's education is ongoing and she continues to take various courses annually in order to provide her patients with quality care. Shirlene is trained in other manual therapy techniques and  kiniesiotaping. In addition to Myofasical Release Shirlene  specializes in treating all aspects of  Women's Health and TMJ. 

Shirlene has contributed significantly to the profession of physiotherapy in Bermuda by sitting on The Boards and Associations, including representative for The Allied Health Council on the Bermuda Health Council and past Chairman of the Board of Physiotherapists and The Bermuda Physiotherapy Association. Shirlene has helped many others along their path to studying physiotherapy and many students seek out her help and advice.  Additionally Shirlene works with various sports teams including the Bermuda Women's National Football team and Carifta Track and Field team.  She has given educational lectures on Sports, Injury Prevention and Treatment, Ergonomics, Back Care Education, and Women’s Health.  


Support Staff

Jermecca Lightbourne-Administrative Assistant

Jermecca brings over eight years of managerial experience to Hands-On-Therapy. Her professionalism, warm friendly demeanor, and attentiveness to the patients needs make her a valued member of the team.